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Beats-N-Bites is Saturday,
Jan. 15th at Anchorage Park
Live Classic rock at Anchorage Park. Get your chairs and blankets and picnic dinners and come to Anchorage Park for a fun night of Beats-N-Bites on Saturday, January 15th. Music will start around 5:30 p.m., plus food from Chick-Fil-A and treats from Kona Ice will be available for purchase. Call (561) 841-3386 for more info. No RSVPs required. See you there!
Kids from Independence Middle School visit Village Hall
Special thanks to the 45 kids and their escorts from the Pre-Law Academy at Independence Middle School for stopping by the Village last Monday to learn about local government. They visited various Village facilities, asked a lot of great questions and got some good answers about how municipalities function. Councilmember Deborah Searcy talked about how public money is spent and why it's important for people to get involved and take an interest in their community. Always an uplifting experience to host our young people.
Summary of January 13
Council meeting
At their January 13th meeting, the Village Council approved on 2nd reading an ordinance defining and regulating "fractional home ownership" in the Village, approved a final plat for Prosperity Village, and took other actions.
Brightline trains becoming active on Monday
Starting Monday, January 17th, Brightline trains will begin testing and crew training runs between Orlando and West Palm Beach. The trains will NOT carry passengers.
Be cautious at all railroad crossings and remember to always stay off the tracks!
Time to plan for annual
Resident Art Exhibit
It's time to start planning your creation for the 2022 Resident Art Exhibit. This annual contest is open to all NPB residents with prizes awarded to winners in several categories! Artwork must be dropped off between March 22-24.
Reef Institute rep to speak at January environmental talk
A representative from The Reef Institute will speak at the next Environmental Committee monthly awareness talk. The topic will be about the work the Institute is doing locally to rebuild reefs. The event is set for Saturday, January 22, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Country Club's banquet room. Open to the public.
SUA job opening for Computer Support Technician
Seacoast Utility Authority, which provides water and sewer services to Village residents and businesses has a job opening for a Computer Support Technician. This position is responsible for planning, installing, maintaining and troubleshooting desktop workstations and related
hardware and software.
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North Palm Beach Village Hall
501 U.S. Highway 1
(561) 841-3380