November 10, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – When All Aboard Florida builds its downtown West Palm Beach station, two streets will be permanently closed to make room for the platform. Those closures have the potential to snarl traffic around the station and on nearby downtown streets. Because of that risk, the City […]
City Tears Down IHOP at 8111 South Dixie Highway.
New design lightens the look of the station.
Beginning July 28, 2014 until August 3, 2014
Watch video of Mayor Jeri Muoio’s comments on the station.
Mayor Muoio fulfills pledge to toughen rules for gun ranges.
Mayor Muoio Announces Drop In Building Fees.
City: Need to discuss general idea of taller buildings before seeing any specific site plans.
Mayor calls PB Mall case study of government and private sector seamlessly working together.
CRA plan calls for rezoning area to encourage new development in blighted areas.
CRA says bad zoning is choking development.
Each city street was analyzed and given a grade. How does your neighborhood stack up?
Seven Month Olive Avenue Improvement Project Begins.
Newest design includes public access to waterfront behind building.
The meeting is part of Mayor Muoio’s commitment to continue her “Open Access” policy.
New plans reduce size of project by 20%.
Commission gives developer until after the new year.
The latest unveiling and discussion of how to possibly redesign the Pioneer Plaza traffic circle is set for this Wednesday.
Mayor Muoio discussed various development opportunities in the city.
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.
Developer requested the final vote be delayed until October 15th.
There are several renderings being used by news media that are not part of the official application submitted to the city. Below for viewing and downloading are the latest renderings from the developer that have been submitted to the city.
Review of City Building Codes Maintains Top ISO Rating.
“Clearly the word is out that West Palm Beach remains committed to improving how it does business,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio.
Developers seeking approval for more than 100,000 additional square feet in response to overwhelming demand.
A 40 foot tall wall now separates neighbors from a plane engine used by a local business.
Mayor Muoio & Commissioner Robinson help break ground on a unique, new project along the city’s Antique Row.
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.
West Palm Beach’s New Process To Keep Traffic Flowing In The Face Of The Flagler Bridge Closure
Mayor Jeri Muoio and Commissioners Sylvia Moffett and Ike Robinson among those celebrating.