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Zika Now: A Civic Association In-Depth Report

Zika Virus Florida Update

By Michele Dargan, Special for the Civic Association -- Seeing the proactive approach Palm Beach has taken to reduce the mosquito population that transmits the Zika virus, healthcare attorney Judy Goodman wants to share the town’s plan with other communities.

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Water 2070, Mapping Florida’s Future

Statewide 2070 trends

One of the biggest issues facing Florida today is the availability of sufficient water to meet the needs of people, agriculture, and the environment. A growing population makes the historic competition between users even more intense.

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In Memoriam: Richard A. Raffo

Richard A. Raffo

The officers, directors, and staff of the Palm Beach Civic Association acknowledge with deep appreciation the exceptional life of Richard A. Raffo who passed away on June 21, 2017.

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Drought Completely Wiped Out in Florida

Florida Drought 6-22-2017

By: R. Michael Brown -- According to the US Drought Monitor for Florida the drought is over. The US Army Corp of Engineers Lake Okeechobee water levels are in the normal range at 12.23 ft. The normal range for this date is 11 ft. to 17 ft.

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In Memoriam: Harold B. Scott, 1918-2017

Harold B. Scott

The Palm Beach Civic Association celebrates the exceptional life and service of Civic Association Chairman Emeritus Harold B. Scott who passed away on June 2, 2017. He was 99 years old.

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