April 26, 2019 Edition - The News Palm Beachers Need to Know 
Civic Association Marks End of Anniversary Year with Reception
Palm Beach Civic Association annual meeting 2019
The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum was the setting for a reception marking the end of the Palm Beach Civic Association's 75th year.
The event took place April 15 in the Great Hall, following the close of the association's annual meeting.
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Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr. Legacy Society
The Establishment of The Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr. Legacy Society has allowed the Civic Association to fund educational programs for our citizens in perpetuity. We are pleased the Rumbough Legacy Society continues to grow with additional funds and bequests. Please consider the Civic Association in your Estate Plans and help us provide for future generations!
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Carolyn Stone Selected as Town's Director  of Business Development 
and Operations
Carolyn Stone
Carolyn Stone
Carolyn Stone was recently selected to serve as the Town of Palm Beach's new Director of Business Development and Operations, with management responsibilities for the Town Docks, Par 3 Golf Course, Recreation Center, as well as the Seaview Park and Phipps Ocean Park Tennis Facilities.
Gun Rights Activist Defends Presence on Bridge at Palm Beach Meeting
Tim Stepien
Photographer: Tim Stepien /
Tuesday's Town Council meeting began on a tense note when a Port St. Lucie gun rights activist hit back at town officials who earlier criticized the pro-gun group Florida Carry. "Myself and others educate, not intimidate," Michael Taylor, who is a member of Florida Carry, told Mayor Gail Coniglio, council members and Town Manager Kirk Blouin.
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Dramatic Images of West Palm's 
$300 Million Future Twin Towers
 550 Quadrille Blvd

Groundbreaking ceremony for One West Palm, a $300 million, two-tower office/hotel/apartment/retail project at 550 Quadrille Blvd., April 17 in West Palm Beach.

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Road Closures in Downtown 
West Palm Beach Begin in
Preparation of SunFest
Sunfest 2019
We are about one week away from music, fireworks and fun in downtown West Palm Beach. But heads up for drivers: roads are closing in that area started at 9 a.m. on Wednesday in preparation for SunFest. The organizers need several days to be able to set up tents, an arts district, stages and other facilities on the site.
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2019 Regional  Medical Care
Guide Released
Medical Care Guide
The latest 2019 edition of the Regional Medical Care Guide has just been published by town resident Dr. Michael Dennis.  A copy is being mailed to every residential household in the Town of Palm Beach.
"The medical leaders in our community have worked tirelessly to create new and improved existing medical programs for your benefit," said Dr. Dennis.
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Tuesday, April 30, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2019 Hurricane Preparedness Seminar
Town Council Chambers
Wednesday, May 1, 10:00 AM
Recreation Advisory Commission Meeting
Town Council Chambers
Thursday, May 2, 9:30 AM
Ordinances, Rules & Standards Committee Meeting
Town Council Chambers
Friday, May 3, 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Cup of Joe with Bo:
South Undergrounding Utilities 
Community Update Meeting
South Fire Rescue: Meeting Room
Monday, May 6, 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Coffee with The Crew:
North Undergrounding Utilities Update Meeting
Palmo Way Park: Near the Pump Station
May 7, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Underground Utilities Task Force Meeting
Town Council Chambers
Thursday, May 9, 9:30 AM
Public Works Committee Meeting
Town Council Chambers
2019 Hurricane Preparedness Seminar
Hurricane Preparedness
Town of Palm Beach officials will offer tips on how to prepare for the upcoming storm season during their 2019 Hurricane Seminar. The event will take place on April 30, 2019 in the Town of Palm Beach Council Chambers,  from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
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South Florida Water Management District Preparing for Hurricane Season
Hurricane Freddy
Hurricane Freddy is the name given to a simulated storm in a drill designed by the South Florida Water Management District to present a multitude of challenges that operators will be expected to handle with precision during the upcoming hurricane season.
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Florida Knew Hurricane Michael Was Bad. Now, Scientists Reveal Just How Strong It Was.
hurricane michael
With just a little over a month to the start of hurricane season, scientists have upgraded last year's beast - Hurricane Michael - from a Category 4 to a rare Category 5.
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This Week in Palm Beach 2-22-2019
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Florida Supreme Court Asked to Reject Everglades Oil Drilling Plan
Opponents of an oil drilling proposal for the Everglades have taken their case to the Florida Supreme Court.
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Friends of
Palm Beach
Keeping Our Beaches Clean
beach clean-up
beach clean-up

Date:   Saturday, April 27th
Time:   9:00 am - 11:00 am
Location:    Dolphin Rd.
All supplies will be there. Iced water and snacks too.
Diane Buhler
Summer Yard Trash
Collection Schedule
Town of Palm Beach logo
Beginning May 1, 2019 thru October 31, 2019, yard trash may be placed in the right-of-way (adjacent to the property from which it came) not more than 3 days prior to the scheduled date of collection.
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Virgin Trains Finally Set to Launch Construction of West Palm Beach-to-Orlando Link
Brightline Virgin
Virgin announced Friday it is finally set to build its West Palm Beach-to-Orlando link, thanks to the successful sale of $1.75 billion in bonds.
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