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What's on the agenda for Thursday's Council meeting?
Want to know what the Village Council will work on at their next meeting? Here's a simple summary with links to the full agenda and backup material.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Library's Annual Book Sale coming Jan. 25-29
The Village Library has another book sale set for January 25-29. On the 25th from 2 to 6 p.m., the sale will open only to our Friends-of-the-Library members, but for a $10 donation, anyone can join the Friends group and shop early. Then the sale opens to the general public January 26th thru the 29th during regular Library hours. Great prices all week, but they drop to just 25 cents a book on the last day for whatever is still left.
County officials recommend COVID at-home test kits
Palm Beach County government says every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days.
Order your tests now so you have them when you need them.
Reminder: Please stay away from golf course crocodile
Village golf course staff asks everyone to stay away from their new resident mascot, and for people not to feed her.
She (yes, she) cannot be moved unless she shows signs of aggressive behavior towards humans.
She is an American Crocodile and is federally protected. Florida Fish and Wildlife officials have been made aware of the croc and have advised the Village accordingly.
Photo Credit: Benji Studt - PBC Environmental Resource Management
Village job opening
for fleet mechanic
Do you know someone who is a good mechanic and might want to work for the Village? Have them take a look at this.
Garden volunteers meet Saturday, Jan. 29
The next meeting for Community Garden volunteers is set for Saturday, January 29th at 9 a.m. in Osborne Park. Anyone interested in gardening is welcome to attend and join the group.

If you would like to be on an email list for Community Garden updates, send an email to:
West side block party planned to share ideas for neighborhood improvement
Come out and meet your west side neighbors and share ideas with the Village's Neighborhood Enhancement Team (NET) about Code issues, the future of Osborne Park, the Community Center and other issues. We need to hear from the people who live on the west side of town, but everyone is welcome.

We’ll have a bounce house for the kids, hot dogs, hamburgers & drinks. Firefighters and a police dog will be there too!

Date: Saturday, February 12
Time: 12 to 2 p.m.
Location: At the north intersection of Buttonwood Road &
Alamanda Drive 
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.
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Super Football Sunday at
NPB Public House Feb. 13th
The newly named North Palm Beach Public House at the Country Club is planning a day of football, food and fun during the Super Bowl.

There will be 12 large-screen TVs & state-of-the-art sound, as well as drink specials and 50% off all starters (Proud to have the best wings in North County - try for yourself!) 🤤
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North Palm Beach Village Hall
501 U.S. Highway 1
(561) 841-3380