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.
Domestic partnerships in the City of West Palm Beach are on their way to enjoying a benefit that only two other cities in the nation provide.
Commissioners rejected the idea of freezing all construction activity on industrial properties across the city as a way to address noise complaints surrounding one single industrial business.
Drastic changes to West Palm Beach’s Broadway corridor could be coming if the City can get the go-ahead from Tallahassee.
The City will begin talks to remain in the police radio consortium, as long as a more reliable technology is part of the discussion.
Commissioners Ike Robinson, Keith James & Shanon Materio sworn in.
WATCH THE UNCUT VIDEO: FDOT Secretary faced serious and some skeptical questions from West Palm Beach residents as well as city leaders.
Mayor Jeri Muoio and Commissioners Sylvia Moffett and Ike Robinson among those celebrating.
FDOT Secretary Ananth Prasad will appear before the City Commission on Tuesday, March 19th at 4pm
Muoio: “We are going to continue to work together to get the job done.”
Judge calls portions of lawsuit improper and other portions confusing and irrelevant.
(West Palm Beach, FL) – In a story published by Palm Beach Post reporter Andrew Abramson, the newspaper incorrectly interpreted and misreported state law regarding requirements for open meetings. City of West Palm Beach Attorney Claudia McKenna corrected the record today during the same meeting referenced in the story. We invite you to watch her […]
(West Palm Beach, FL) – After months of ongoing discussions between the City of West Palm Beach and Florida State University, the City on Monday is expected to take the first major steps towards ensuring FSU remains in the City. On Monday, the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is expected to move forward on plans […]
Project expected to create 600 new jobs, and generate $43 million dollars in new tax revenue over 25 years. (West Palm Beach, FL) – A proposed new luxury resort hotel, spa and residential community has been overwhelmingly approved by the City of West Palm Beach Planning Board. The proposed project is for the area […]
Outside Expert: Don’t Use Technology of Local Radio Consortium (West Palm Beach, FL) – The City of West Palm Beach will not be using the police radio technology adopted by a multi-city consortium. Today an outside expert hired by the City of West Palm Beach told Mayor Jeri Muoio and city commissioners he […]
Mayor Muoio Calls For Letting the Voters Decide Mayor Also Unveils New Website for the Public to Review the Proposals (West Palm Beach, FL) – For the first time, today West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio called for a public vote to decide the height restrictions for a new downtown waterfront hotel. “I believe […]
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio calls the hotel deal a win-win for the City, the County and the overall economy. Watch Mayor Jeri Muoio’s news conference here: (West Palm Beach, FL) – By a unanimous vote tonight, the City of West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) approved an agreement that clears […]
There’s a news story out there that Digital Domain has suspended it’s WPB classes. These ARE NOT the classes that are run by FSU. The FSU-accredited program is open, and FSU says they plan on keeping their film school program right here in WPB. Don’t be confused by the news report. It’s the […]
NEW BUDGET MEANS MOST CITY TAXPAYERS WILL SEE NO INCREASE IN THEIR TAX BILL. ———- A SIMPLE LESSON IN TAX RATES 101 September 12, 2012 West Palm Beach – The West Palm Beach City Commission voted last night to approve the tentative budget for the next fiscal year. The budget holds down spending, ensures […]
This just in…. Michael Katzenstein, Chief Restructuring Officer for Digital Domain Media Group, has stated in sworn documents filed with the bankruptcy court today (9/11/12) that the City’s land will revert back to the City if certain conditions are not met by December 31, 2012. The sworn statement also acknowledges that , as of today, […]
If you’ve ever wanted to know what it takes to run one of Florida’s largest cities, here is your answer! The City of West Palm Beach has posted for the public its entire proposed budget for next year! That’s right…all 563 pages! For those who don’t want to review over 500 pages, the City has […]
What: Special City Commission Meeting When: Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. Where: Commission Chambers, City Hall, 401 Clematis St. The City will hold a Special City Commission Meeting on Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commission Chambers to select an appointee to fill the District # 5 seat. The persons […]