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.
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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 are up for election on March 8.
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Palm Beach Gardens argues in five-day trial that plans for more density require alternatives to the automobile.
In a five-day trial that drilled deep into concerns over how governments charge developers for the impacts of their projects, lawyers for Palm Beach Gardens and Palm Beach County hashed out what could be the future of growth management countywide.
At issue in the first stage of a lawsuit the county filed against the city on May 18 is whether a county system in place since the late 1980s can withstand pressure from cities looking to allow more dense developments and to free residents from reliance on cars.
Continue reading “Inside the courtroom: How to pay for roads to keep up with growth”
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.
Developer 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.
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Developer seeks permission to add 2 acres, 26 condos to now-vacant site along the Intracoastal Waterway at PGA Boulevard.
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.
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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.
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After shutdown, Campus Drive construction will continue for six months as part of $1.3 million project.
A roundabout designed to calm traffic outside Palm Beach State College’s Palm Beach Gardens Campus will force the closure of Campus Drive starting Friday July 23, and continuing until Aug. 6.
Work on the half-mile length of road, which links PGA Boulevard to RCA Boulevard, will continue for six months after the closure.
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