Gardens taps loan to renovate Burns Road Community Center
$20 million loan to pay for work at Burns Road and widening bridge near new FPL campus, as well as 12 pickleball courts.
Panama Hattie’s transformed: Developer Dan Catalfumo puts on the Ritz
Intracoastal Waterway site to be home to 106 condos priced as high as $7.2 million; and now it sports a Palm Beach Gardens address.
No speedway here: Residents win fight to block eight-laning of Northlake
Palm Beach County drops road widening options for western section of Northlake Boulevard despite anticipated rise in traffic from large new communities.
Denied 4-2: County Commission sides with racing fans over warehouses
After a motion to approve warehouse zoning at the former Palm Beach International Raceway died for lack of a second, Palm Beach County commissioners tossed aside concerns over being sued and voted to deny the plan.
Emails show how county helped racetrack-to-warehouse conversion
County staff moved quickly to help landowner avoid zoning obstacles but never publicly told the commission or the public why.
Call him ‘carpetbagger’ but leave Mayo vs. James to the voters, attorney argues
West Palm Beach mayoral race between Keith James and Rodney Mayo comes down to decision from Circuit Court Judge G. Joseph Curley.
After anonymous text campaign, city manager spending threshold cut in half
City Manager Ron Ferris defends proposal: ‘It isn’t about power. It’s trying to find the most efficient and effective way to deliver our services.’
Long-awaited State Road 7 project will wait five years longer
West Palm Beach’s litigation prompts state to withdraw $80 million scheduled to be spent in 2023 to build connector between Okeechobee Boulevard and Northlake.
Power of the purse: Gardens council to give city manager more control
Final vote upcoming on proposal to raise threshold for Palm Beach Gardens City Council review of contracts to $1.18 million from $65,000.
No Gardens election in March: Reed, two new members handed seats
With uncontested elections of Chelsea Reed, Bert Premuroso and Dana Middleton, Republicans will hold council majority.
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