New task force ordered to solve alley issues.
Palm Beach Atlantic pharmacy students join Mayor Muoio for declaration.
The latest unveiling and discussion of how to possibly redesign the Pioneer Plaza traffic circle is set for this Wednesday.
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio was the keynote speaker at this year’s Salvation Army Northwest Community Center Luncheon on October 10th, 2013.
An early curfew on teenagers and enforcing strict safety regulations among plans for Oct 26th event.
Mayor Muoio ordered the process televised to ensure public transparency.
Audit confirms the findings of a city investigation two years ago.
Check out this new video from the last Art & Wine Promenade!
Mayor Muoio discussed various development opportunities in the city.
Topics included the Mayor’s commitment to open up the CRA selection process, and the latest on Chapel by the Lake.
Several committee members have reported last-minute schedule conflicts.
“This process will be open, transparent and above reproach,” said Mayor Muoio.
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.
Friday was the deadline to submit an application to the City of West Palm Beach.
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio today found herself face-to-face with some pretty tough critics!
The meeting is part of Mayor Muoio’s commitment to continue her “Open Access” policy.
Developer requested the final vote be delayed until October 15th.
Mayor taps former Government Affairs Director and current Exec. Assistant to tackle economic development.
WPB walked away with more gold medals for its community events than any other municipality in the world.
National Magazine Applauds WPB Fire Rescue for the “outstanding professionalism, the degree of etiquette, and the outstanding interpersonal skills.”
Wednesday the city held an info session for anyone interested in applying to staff the CRA.
“This is a huge step forward.” Chris Roog, Charter School Project Lead
Review of City Building Codes Maintains Top ISO Rating.
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.
Demasi: “I am not going anywhere. I intend to retire here in West Palm Beach.”
During the session, Mayor Muoio discussed several issues, including the CRA and the chief of police.
Mayor Muoio: “On behalf of all four administrations Ed has served, I want to thank him for his dedication, professionalism and leadership.”