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PALM BEACH COUNTY — On behalf of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) is administering a Community Development Block … more
WEST PALM BEACH — At the July 7, 2020, Board of County Commissioners meeting, the board took the following actions: COVID-19 — received an update from Dr. Alina Alonso, director of the … more
OKEECHOBEE — The possibility of having the city provide its own EMS service was on the agenda at the city council meeting Tuesday night, July 7. City Administrator Marcos Montes de Oca went over … more
TALLAHASSEE — In light of preliminary bridge inspection findings on the Roosevelt Bridge in Stuart, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Secretary Kevin J. Thibault has called for a … more
In light of the decisions by Dade and Broward counties to close their public beaches for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, and in keeping with Collier County’s ongoing effort to continue to … more
PAHOKEE — City Manager Chandler Williamson retained his job — for now — with a 3-2 vote by city commissioners in a special meeting Tuesday, June 30. It was called to consider the third Palm … more
LABELLE - Hendry County Road & Bridge Department’s asphalt contractor, Ajax Paving Industries, Inc., will be opening Helms Road Extension at 10am Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Motorists … more
PAHOKEE — City commissioners voted 4-1 during their meeting June 23, to not go forward with a revised sublease under which the city marina, lakefront campground and restaurant building would be … more
LABELLE - At the LPA meeting a Public Hearing was held regarding proposed Ordinance 2020-10: Bryan W. Paul Family LLLP, represented by Dan DeLisi, AICP, requested approval of a Planned Unit … more
OKEECHOBEE — Members of the fire merge “task force” have been working diligently to not only come up with an agreement for the county to perform fire services for the city, but also to ensure … more
OKEECHOBEE — Okeechobee County residents will pay a little more for garbage collection at the start of the new fiscal year. At the June 25 meeting of the Okeechobee Board of County … more
OKEECHOBEE — At their June 25 meeting, Okeechobee County commissioners passed resolutions to place liens on properties to cover the expense of demolishing unsafe, condemned structures on those … more
By Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections PALM BEACH COUNTY — The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office needs poll workers for the upcoming August 18 and November 3, 2020, … more
Halsey Beshears, Florida's Secretary of Department of Business & Professional Regulation, announced that effective immediately his department is suspending on premises consumption of alcohol at … more
Around the nation, protective face masks have become mandatory in different states. But not for Florida, with positive cases of COVID-19 increasing in record numbers over the past 10 days. … more
MOORE HAVEN — COVID-19 has prevented political candidates from personally calling on you. Informed voters make better choices! The “Meet your Candidates” event this summer will be held … more
PAHOKEE — After the Palm Beach County Office of the Inspector General released its third report within the past two years on Tuesday, citing financial and managerial improprieties by Pahokee … more
PALM BEACH COUNTY — Palm Beach County Emergency Order 2020-012 has been issued requiring face coverings in Palm Beach County. This order applies in all incorporated and unincorporated areas of … more
OKEECHOBEE — Sheriff Noel E. Stephen, Police Chief Bob Peterson, Okeechobee County Commission Chairman Terry Burroughs and Mayor Dowling Watford hosted a town hall meeting in Douglas Brown Park at … more
WEST PALM BEACH — At the June 16 Board of County Commissioners meeting, the board took the following action: COVID-19 — The board received an update from Dr. Alina Alonso, director of the … more
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