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CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH GOLF COURSE TO CLOSE DURING RENOVATIONS

The renovation will create a world-class sustainable golf course and transform the facility into a revenue generating destination from leases paid to the city.

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WPB INNOVATIVE INFORMATION SHARING WEB APPLICATION, CREATORS RECOGNIZED BY STATE ASSOCIATION

The award is given to governmental organizations that utilize technology to improve services provided to the public.

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Flood Safety
  • Do not walk through flowing water. Drowning is the number one cause of flood deaths, mostly during flash floods. Current can be deceptive; six inches of moving water can knock you off your feet. If you walk in standing water, use a pole or stick to ensure that the ground is still there.
  • Don’t drive through a flooded area.
    More people drown in their cars than anywhere else. Do not drive around road barriers; the road or bridge may be washed out.
  • Stay away from power lines and electrical wires.
    The number two flood killer after drowning is electrocution. Electrical current can travel through water. Report downed power lines to Florida Power & Light (FPL) or the City of West Palm Beach Police Department.
  • Have your electricity turned off by FPL
    Some appliances, such as television sets, keep electrical charges even after they are unplugged. Do not use appliances or motors that have gotten wet unless they have been taken apart, cleaned, and dried.
  • Look out for animals, especially snakes
    Small animals that have been flooded out of their homes may seek shelter in yours. Use a pole or stick to poke and turn things over and scare away small animals.
  • Look before you step
    After a flood, the ground and floor are covered with debris including broken bottles and nails. Floors and stairs that have been covered with mud can be very slippery.
  • Be alert for gas leaks
    Use a flashlight to inspect for damage. Do not smoke or use candles, lanterns, or open flames unless you know the gas has been turned off and the area has been ventilated.