Mayor Muoio wants you to have access to the budget
WATCH VIDEO OF THE MAYOR’S COMMENTS
A MAYOR MUOIO PROJECT “OPEN ACCESS” EVENT.
Mayor launches new “Open Town Hall.”
Homeowners in the City of West Palm Beach will not face higher city property taxes this year.
City responds to 2013 housing audit dating back as far as 2002.
Mayor urges restraint, and repeats her budget priorities.
League of Cities sends letter to Governor Scott.
Mayor reveals her preliminary goals for the 2015 budget.
Overall property values in the city up almost double from last year.
The plan marks the first time city-wide incentives have been part of the economic strategy.
City phones no longer issued. Instead some employees will use personal phones.
Mayor Muoio unveiled plans to designate a portion of downtown as a new financial district.
Mayor selects man behind the city’s new five year strategic plan.
Mayor Muoio ordered the process televised to ensure public transparency.
Audit confirms the findings of a city investigation two years ago.
Several committee members have reported last-minute schedule conflicts.
“This process will be open, transparent and above reproach,” said Mayor Muoio.
Friday was the deadline to submit an application to the City of West Palm Beach.
Wednesday the city held an info session for anyone interested in applying to staff the CRA.
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.
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
City holds two info sessions on Thursday.
Millions of dollars continues to be slashed from department budgets across the city.
Public discussion begins over how to close a budget gap for next year.
“An excellent level of transparency.” That’s just one of the comments made by industry experts who judged the City’s budgeting work.
Click below for the Mayor’s letter to residents describing her short and long term plans for economic development including the announcement that she has accepted the resignation of the city’s Economic Development Director.
Monday the City Commission begins the five month process to balance 2013/2014 budget.
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.