Marcie Tinsley and Carl Woods reelected to the Palm Beach Gardens City Council as qualifying ends with no one opposing them.
Two Palm Beach Gardens City Council members were reelected Tuesday without a fight when no one qualified to run against them.
Continue reading “No campaign, no votes, no problem: Two retain Gardens council seats”
Two-week qualifying period begins Tuesday for Palm Beach Gardens City Council.
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Two of the five seats on the Palm Beach Gardens City Council
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Dan Catalfumo’s PGA Station would revive the former Design Center with a 396-unit apartment building and an eight-story office building.
To revive a dormant retail hub, a 396-unit apartment building and an eight-story office structure won the enthusiastic approval Thursday from the Palm Beach Gardens City Council.
Dan Catalfumo’s PGA Station would transform the former Design Center south of PGA Boulevard between Alternate A1A and Interstate 95 into a hub aimed at taking advantage of commuter rail opportunities on the adjoining Florida East Coast Railway tracks. Continue reading “‘Forward-seeking city:’ Gardens embraces Catalfumo plan for apartments, office building”
Consultant Randy Nielsen promises to keep pressure on Palm Beach Gardens officials over spending policies.
The next city election is five months away. Candidates don’t even formally sign up to run until November.
But attack ads already are in the mail.
An unregistered group called
Protect Gardens Taxpayers is taking shots at city Councilmember Carl Woods. Continue reading “Political consultant sent attack ads over Woods’ tax vote”
Palm Beach Gardens City Council votes 3-2 to keep tax rate flat, raising $2.4 million more from taxpayers.
ShopCore Properties wins city approval for massive changes at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens.
Shopcore Properties proposes tearing down Cheesecake Factory, adding hotel, apartment building at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens.
Plans to remake Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, including the demolition of
The Cheesecake Factory restaurant to make way for a 280-unit apartment building, go before the city council Thursday. Continue reading “No more Cheesecake? Gardens council to vote Thursday”
Residents says they take their lives in their hands at Northlake Boulevard west of Ibis but Palm Beach County says intersection is not dangerous enough for a stoplight.
The hostility building in recent months between Palm Beach Gardens and Palm Beach County officials has reached a boiling point.
The two governments have feuded in the past, from the spat over a regional park to
the ongoing showdown over the city’s mobility fee.
long-simmering dispute over a stoplight on Northlake Boulevard seven miles west of Interstate 95 may blow the lid off the kettle.
On Thursday, the Palm Beach Gardens City Council gave their attorney the authority to take the county to court — not over the county’s refusal to allow the stoplight, although that remains likely, but over the county’s failure to promptly fulfill a city public records request.
Continue reading “‘Abuse of power:’ Gardens ready to sue county over Bay Hill stoplight”
New artwork to rise on Donald Ross Road outside Alton and at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens.
Two artists. Two works of public art. Two attempts at whimsy.
The public sculptures proposed for two major Gardens developments met with the approval of the city council on Thursday but ultimately it will be for residents to judge.
Heading for a prominent spot along Donald Ross Road outside the Alton Town Center is Tekno by
Alexander Krivosheiw, a New York-born artist with a studio in Palm Beach.
In the mall area south of the courtyard at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, six stainless steel dandelions dubbed The Blooms will sprout by
Norwegian-born Chicago artist Dan Shaughnessy IV.
The color-changing dandelion-like stainless steel Blooms would rise in May in the pedestrian shopping strip at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens just south of the courtyard. (Material supplied to the city council) Continue reading “Meet your new neighbors: Council welcomes Tekno and The Blooms”