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Town Releases Proposed Budget for FY17

2017 Town Budget Cover

The FY17 proposed budget is now available on the Town’s website.  The total proposed FY2017 town-wide budget including all funds is $159,561,950.  The total proposed General Fund operating budget is $75,439,538.

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Civic Association In Memoriam: Suzanne Wright

Suzanne Wright

The Palm Beach Civic Association celebrates the life of Suzanne Wright, devoted mother and grandmother, visionary co-founder of Autism Speaks, and loving wife of our Civic Association Chairman and CEO Bob Wright.

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Zika Forum Provides Facts on Changing Situation

Zika Panel Presenters

The Town of Palm Beach held a Community Forum on the Zika virus today in the Council Chambers at Town Hall. The meeting was well attended by residents, property managers, landscape and pest control service personnel, and the press.

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Florida Announces 10 More Homegrown Zika Cases - Palm Beachers: Attend the Zika Forum Wednesday

Zika Mosquito


Florida has confirmed 10 more homegrown cases of Zika in people infected by local mosquitoes, leading federal health officials to advise women who are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant to avoid the area just north of downtown Miami where Zika is spreading.  Palm Beachers are encouraged to attend a Town of Palm Beach Zika Forum this Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016.  See below:

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Travel Ruled Out in Florida’s 2 Suspected Cases of Local Zika Infection

Zika Virus

Florida epidemiologists have ruled out travel as a possible source for two Zika infections — one in Miami-Dade and one in Broward — suspected of being the nation’s first cases transmitted by local mosquitoes, State Surgeon General Celeste Philip said Tuesday during a meeting with Gov. Rick Scott and health officials.

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North County Road Shade Tree Project Is Approved

N. County Rd. before and after

UPDATE: North County Road will have a new look this fall.  The Town Council accepted a donation from the Palm Beach Civic Association on Tuesday to pay for a project to add more than two dozen shade trees along the street from Royal Poinciana Way to Park Avenue.

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