Most homeowners won’t be paying the city more when their tax bills show up in the fall.
The rapid rise in the value of homes in Palm Beach Gardens created a happy quandary for city officials: Take in more money than spelled out in a 10-year forecast or trim the tax rate?
Staff recommended trimming the rate and on Thursday night City Council members agreed.
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$20 million loan to pay for work at Burns Road and widening bridge near new FPL campus, as well as 12 pickleball courts.
The 40-year-old Burns Road Community Center is in line for a $30 million renovation, one of four projects that will benefit from a loan approved by the Palm Beach Gardens City Council Thursday night.
The council agreed to a proposal from City Manager Ron Ferris to borrow $20 million without raising taxes to pay for the improvements.
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