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
Both panel and public focus on improving the city’s civility code.
Latest Mayor’s roundtable on civility to be held Tuesday night @ 5pm.
You might call it: Extreme Makeover…Website Edition!
City holds two info sessions on Thursday.
Millions of dollars continues to be slashed from department budgets across the city.
Change in land value & new state law prompts decision.
New state law now prohibits voters from deciding the height issue.
Public discussion begins over how to close a budget gap for next year.
The City of West Palm Beach has sent official notice to school officials that it plans on opening its own elementary school.
City leaders have asked an outside lawyer to take a look at what has recently become its controversial civility code.
West Palm Beach Commissioner Shanon Materio has been named the Florida Retail Federation “Retailer of the Year.”
City leaders paid a special visit to kids and families hospitalized at St. Mary’s, and the kids got a rare, up close demonstration by the WPB PD K-9 unit.
City leaders have decided what they want the school to look like, including location and what grades it will include.
For the second time, the court has dismissed the latest lawsuit filed by fired West Palm Beach police officer William McCray.
The first Mayor’s Forum on Public Comment attempted to answer the questions: What should the rules be when speaking at a government meeting? Should there be any rules at all, or does a right to free speech trump all?
Come enjoy a Local Drum-Line, Rapper K-Slim, Family Fitness Activities, Expert Guest Speakers on being healthy before, during, and after pregnancy and be part of a drawing for a variety of prizes.
A 40 foot tall wall now separates neighbors from a plane engine used by a local business.
It’s a battle royale for bragging rights…and to support the Police Athletic League! This Saturday!
Mayor Muoio & Commissioner Robinson help break ground on a unique, new project along the city’s Antique Row.
Monday the City Commission begins the five month process to balance 2013/2014 budget.
New Senior Auditor joins the department.