Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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Judge Evans Faces Challenge From Attorney Lemoine

Palm Beach County Court Judge Peter Evans (above left) faces a challenge from attorney Kenneth Lemoine (above right) as he looks for re-election to the County Court Group 4 seat next week. Evans was elected to the bench in 1988,...

Groves Could Look To Acreage For Speed Hump Policy

In a 3-2 decision, the Loxahatchee Groves Town Council on Tuesday postponed a proposal to adopt speed hump designs installed in The Acreage as a standard for the town, preferring to let the Intergovernmental Coordination Committee work out a...

ITID Canal Levels Have Some In Acreage Concerned

Several Acreage residents complained about low water levels in area canals at the Indian Trail Improvement District meeting Wednesday. Residents said the water quality in their wells is being affected and that they are concerned about possible failure of their...

Former Judge Garrison, Attorney Sullivan Seek Open Court Seat

Two candidates are on the ballot in the race for the open Palm Beach County Court Group 6 seat in the Aug. 14 election. Former Judge Edward Garrison (above left) and attorney Jane Sullivan (above right) are vying for the...

Residents, County Staff To Discuss Livestock Rules

Residents concerned about Palm Beach County’s proposed livestock ordinance will get a chance to meet with county staff at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 15 at the Vista Center in West Palm Beach, located at 2300 N. Jog Road,...

Hmara Wary Of Using Reserves To Balance Budget

The Royal Palm Beach Village Council next week will continue its discussion about whether to tap into about $400,000 of the village’s unassigned funds to balance next year’s budget. At a meeting last month, Councilman Jeff Hmara asked that the...

Committee: Manure Rules Might Violate ‘Right To Farm’

The Wellington Equestrian Preserve Committee will ask experts in agriculture to weigh in on proposed changes to how Wellington handles its livestock waste. Members of the committee were asked to take another look at the village’s best management practices ordinance...

Dog Park Proposed At New RPB Park

Royal Palm Beach Village Council members next week will consider including a dog park at the new Royal Palm Beach Commons Park. Councilwoman Martha Webster requested that the item be added to the village’s capital improvements budget. The idea will...

Equestrian Committee Begins Master Plan Process

Members of the Wellington Equestrian Preserve Committee had preliminary discussions Wednesday, Aug. 8 regarding the creation of Wellington’s Equestrian Master Plan. Wellington has been in the planning stages of crafting an equestrian master plan for more than a year, and...

Planning A Vacation? Call Cruise Planners Today

With an over-saturation of information on the Internet, planning that perfect vacation getaway can be a tedious task. The time-consuming process of filtering out what fits your needs, especially when it’s for a large group, can sometimes make people...

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Minto Communities Launches Sales For Third Neighborhood In Westlake

Building off the success of its first two neighborhoods, Minto Communities USA, the master developer and lead...

LWV, ACLU To Host Online Forum Featuring Sheriff’s Race

The League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County and the ACLU of Palm Beach County will host a candidate forum for...

Groves Council Approves Road Projects, Including D Road At Big Dog Ranch Rescue

A divided Loxahatchee Groves Town Council approved several change orders for improving drainage on North D Road east of Big Dog Ranch...

County Considering Stiffer Penalties For Bars, Restaurants Violating Virus Rules

As the number of COVID-19 cases rise in Palm Beach County and Florida overall, county officials are considering more strident enforcement regarding...

Yesteryear Village Re-Opens At The Fairgrounds

Yesteryear Village, a 9-acre living history park at the South Florida Fairgrounds, has re-opened for visitors Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in a...