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"Sounds good. Kinda. Does Gibbs have any idea how people are going to get into ever/even greater downtown/East Delray? Because few even try One-lane Atlantic (for a decade), and instead take the ever worse Linton/Federal route. At Rush hour and…"
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Boca Raton: Meeting set to discuss moving downtown post office

By Steve PlunkettThe U.S. Postal Service says its downtown post office is too big and it wants to move into smaller quarters, according to Mayor Susan Haynie. The office at 170 NE Second St. is about 8,000 square feet; Haynie said postal officials told her they want a 4,000-square-foot facility. The first step in relocating the post office is a public meeting, scheduled for 4:30 p.m. March 29. A USPS real estate specialist based in Dallas, Texas, will answer questions and solicit written input…See More
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Rachel O'Hara commented on The Coastal Star's blog post Briny Breezes: Briny pioneers to lead golf cart parade
"Thanks for the update! Bummer it's only for residents! I'd love to see it!"
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Mary Kate Leming commented on The Coastal Star's blog post Briny Breezes: Briny pioneers to lead golf cart parade
"Parade is for Briny residents only, unfortunately. But I believe it will be held March 24... they haven't set a time yet."
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Rachel O'Hara commented on The Coastal Star's blog post Briny Breezes: Briny pioneers to lead golf cart parade
"This is great! When is the actual parade?"
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Delray Beach: Petrolia takes over as mayor in Delray Beach

Posted on April 4, 2018 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Bathurst, Boylston, Frankel also take seats on council

New Mayor Shelly Petrolia brought an…

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Boynton Beach: Commissioners approve ambitious reshaping of downtown

Posted on April 4, 2018 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

By Jane Smith

Boynton Beach will finally get a real downtown.

City commissioners in mid-March unanimously approved spending $118.3 million to redevelop 16.5 acres to create a walkable Town Square where people can live, work and play.

The new…

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Gulf Stream: Consultants detail $10M in water pipe, road fixes

Posted on April 4, 2018 at 3:48pm 0 Comments

By Steve Plunkett

Gulf Stream needs $10 million over the next 10 years — roughly double what it usually budgets — to replace aging water pipes and repair streets, consultants say.

Joe Kenney, an engineer with Mathews Consulting, told town commissioners March 9 that overall the town’s water pipes provide good flow for daily conditions. But as another consulting firm warned Gulf Stream in 2012, the water mains are old and getting older.

“A lot of it is…

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Gulf Stream: Town Hall expansion

Posted on April 4, 2018 at 3:46pm 0 Comments

Builders with Republic Construction work on the roof of the addition to the Gulf Stream Town Hall on March 15. They were expected to punch through the existing building’s wall sometime in April. ‘You may see some temporary placement of individuals here in the commission chambers for…

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