- Published: Friday, 13 May 2016 14:07
- Posted by R. Michael Brown
Town of Palm Beach Civic Association
Monday, April 4, 2010, 10:00 a.m.
"It is time for Palm Beach to be a leader in the region again."
Mayor-Elect Gail Coniglio
With property values expected to slide again this year, town officials must decide between a tax increase or budget cuts that would diminish town services, Mayor-elect Gail Coniglio said Monday.
Mrs. Coniglio said at a Palm Beach Civic Association symposium that she's reaching out to the community to learn what residents want.
"Will painful cuts be justified, with the resulting degradation of service that makes this community unique?" she asked an audience of about 100 people at the Paramount Building.
Federal and state money for rebuilding beaches is drying up in Palm Beach County, highlighting a national problem of finding new ways to keep oceanfront homes from falling into the sea.
Palm Beach Civic Association
Fall Directors Meeting
Thursday, November 4, 2010
The Civic Association Oil Symposium had a packed conference room as concerned residents, town officials, and State Representatives gathered to discuss the plan to protect the 12 miles of beaches and Intracoastal in Palm Beach.
Town Councilwoman Gail Coniglio presented the overall potential impact and plan for the town and county. Emergency Operations Coordinator Mike Galvin showed the plan details.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist Extends "State of Emergency" for Palm Beach County an Additional 60 Days Through August 28.
Palm Beach County emergency managers said Thursday they won't sit back and wait for BP to clean up oil that makes its way here from the massive spill in the Gulf of Mexico.