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HEADLINES:

Final Recommended Port & Inlet Plan by USACE.  [Click picture to see larger image]

Final Recommended Port & Inlet Plan by USACE. [Click picture to see larger image]

Frankel: Inlet project likely to be approved

- Chief of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Signs Lake Worth Inlet Report

- Citizens’ Association Formally Opposes Palm Beach Inlet Dredging Project

> Town Accepting Applications for Planning & Zoning and Landmarks Preservation Commissions

> Testas Aim To Rebuild Property

> TOWN COUNCIL

- Wildrick Defends Zoning Board Dismissals, Cites Risky Advice

- Pucillo, Kleid Clash With Wildrick Over Dismissal Of Board Members

- Council Warns Architectural Commission About Its Attitude

- Landmarks’ Board Changes Could Delay Progress On Memorial Park

- Wildrick Encourages Town To ‘Work Together’ To Oppose Dredging

> COASTAL PROTECTION

- Town Close To Putting Out Bids For Midtown Beach Renourishment

- Engineers To Review Town’s Sand Structures

> DIRECTORS IN THE NEWS

- How James Patterson Sells More Books Than J.K. Rowling Or Stephen King

- Students hear Brinker’s breast cancer story

> PORT OF PALM BEACH

- FPL To Turn On Turbines, Smoke May Be Seen

SIDEBAR:

> Flagler Bridge Closing Plan [UPDATE]

- Town Working To Ease Congestion When Bridge Closes

- Police, Firefighters Preparing For Flagler Memorial Bridge Closure

> Palm Beach County Property Taxes Dwarfed By New York

> Civic Association Season Sponsor

> Palm Beach County Approves Climate Change Plan

> Colorado State Team Calls For Quietest Hurricane Season Since 2009

- Hurricane Survey: Water’s The Threat, But Most Still Fear Wind

> North County Road contractors arrested

> Helpful Information from the PB County Tax Collector's Office

> Spring Celebration - April 19

> Civic Association WEBCAM

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