A MAYOR MUOIO PROJECT “OPEN ACCESS” EVENT.
Homeowners in the City of West Palm Beach will not face higher city property taxes this year.
West Palm Beach Commissioners OK moving forward, but not before spirited debate.
Mayor Muoio and Commissioner James urged not to move forward with importing trash.
City: Need to discuss general idea of taller buildings before seeing any specific site plans.
Recognized by the League of Cities.
Mayor reveals her preliminary goals for the 2015 budget.
Decision follows the recommendation of specialists hired to look at city operations.
CRA says bad zoning is choking development.
The plan marks the first time city-wide incentives have been part of the economic strategy.
Would annexation make the property more valuable to a potential buyer?
“Every disaster is a local disaster,” said City of WPB emergency officials.
Internal audit finds nineteen areas for improvement.
Newest design includes public access to waterfront behind building.
New plans reduce size of project by 20%.
Watch video from the event.
Newer, safer, more energy-efficient lights part of city’s commitment to sustainability.
Upgraded crossings would cut down on the horn blowing in neighborhoods by the new passenger rail service on FEC tracks.
Commission gives developer until after the new year.
West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Mangonia Park & Riviera Beach come together at Sister Cities Summit Meeting.
Mayor Muoio ordered the process televised to ensure public transparency.
Within hours of submitting revised plans for the Chapel By The Lake property, the developer has asked to postpone the latest city commission vote on the project.
Mayor reveals a new plan is in place to deal with the property.
Developer requested the final vote be delayed until October 15th.
Some Items Are Being Moved To 4:00pm To Allow More Time For Public Comment At 5:00pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PROPERTY REMAINS ON 5:00PM AGENDA September 12, 2013 (West Palm Beach, FL) – Due to what is anticipated to be an unusual number of people attending Monday’s City Commission meeting to participate […]
“This is a huge step forward.” Chris Roog, Charter School Project Lead
City releases this year’s “Budget in Brief” booklet so residents can get an important overview of the city’s proposed budget for next year.
School Board expected to vote on city plan next week.
City is looking for a firm to provide redevelopment, staffing services, management and consulting services in the CRA.
Mayor’s budget proposal will keep tax rate and fire fee the same as last year