It’s actually not MORE officers. But it’s officers that are more visible than before.
Did CBS 12 intentionally ignore the facts?
Only $70,000 and getting 100 jobs and a high profile financial corporate headquarters!
June 4, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – We’ve got two new department heads in City Hall…although neither is really new. This week Mayor Jeri Muoio officially picked Leah Rockwell as the city’s new Director of Parks and Recreation. Leah, who has been with the city for 17 years, was […]
ENERGY SAVINGS GOAL FOR THE YEAR 2020 IS REACHED FIVE YEARS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE! June 4, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – There are only two…that’s right two…cities in the country that managed to reach their energy savings goals FIVE years ahead of schedule. And West Palm Beach is one of them! As […]
Complaint doesn’t have a legal leg to stand on.
CRA & property owners far apart on price.
THIS STORY WAS AN EXCLUSIVE IN THIS PAST WEEKEND’S INSIDER NEWSLETTER. CLICK THE “I WANT TO BE AN INSIDER” TAB ON THE RIGHT TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITY’S EMAIL-ONLY NEWSLETTER. GET CITY NEWS BEFORE ANYONE ELSE. May 26, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – The Sail Club may soon be knocked down to make way […]
City administration demands changes to bridge traffic patterns.
Zoning Board give it the OK
Construction began today on the Pioneer traffic circle on Olive Avenue behind the Norton Museum.
What will your neighborhood park look like?
Construction closes FEC tracks
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A .PDF OF THE PARK
Multi City Young Adult Job Fair (ages 16-25)
City gets road & properties without laying out public dollars.
The City of West Palm Beach is about as drought-proof as you can get.
Kudos to Our New Partners
Here is a schedule of the road closures:
Help protect our precious resource: Water
They look like a throwback but they are the cutting edge in “green” technology.
The judges have spoken, and the winner is as clear as its water!
THIS STORY FIRST APPEARED IN THE WEEKLY WPB INSIDER NEWSLETTER
How should the city’s housing department best serve our city?
“I am proud that our city was among the very first to take a stand against the law.” – Mayor Jeri Muoio
“Until the Act is repealed, travel to Indiana will not be approved for reimbursement,” wrote Mayor Muoio.
Mayor Muoio is heading to Tallahassee.
How can you make your home healthier?
March 19, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – A just-completed environmental study found plans to build a baseball spring training facility poses no risk to the city’s water supply. CLICK HERE TO LINK TO THE PB POST OR READ THE STORY BY PB POST REPORTER JOE CAPOZZI BELOW. (Thanks to the Palm Beach Post […]
Nothing is more important than keeping the pressure on to fight SR 7.