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Why hasn’t the Currie Park area had significant development in years, despite being prime water front real estate? According to the CRA, it is because the zoning rules make it impossible for anyone to build there. Here’s ANOTHER INSIDER EXCLUSIVE… Watch a new video explaining the issues, and the proposed changes to Currie Park.
On Tuesday, the Community Redevelopment Agency will discuss a plan to flood the Broadway corridor with increased police patrols as a drastic way to clean up the area. The INSIDER got an EXCLUSIVE video interview with Jon Ward, the CRA’s Executive Director to explain the proposal.
City will have its own separate system, but will be able to link with the so-called “Open Sky” system if needed.
Here’s the latest map showing what stores are opening, and where they’re going to be.
November 16, 2013 (West Palm Beach, FL) – A Palm Beach County State Senator is calling on All Aboard Florida, the new high speed rail service expected to run from Miami to Orlando to pay for “Quiet Zones” across the city. State Senator Jeff Clemens, attending Mayor Jeri Muoio’s legislative delegation meeting this week at […]
Jeff Green’s thoughts on economic development, challenges and opportunities facing the city.
Undercover operations, increased patrols and zero tolerance policies for repeat offenders is leading to positive results.
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