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By Jane Smith

    The popular Arts Garage venue received reprieves recently from two Delray Beach agencies, but the nonprofit organization can no longer rely just on its programming.
    The organization needs a strategic plan, city commissioners and t

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By Jane Smith
    
    Delray Beach’s long-awaited property value analysis put numbers on what most people in the city already knew: The downtown core area saw the biggest gain in the past 30 years — at $649 million.
7960640294?profile=original    Chris Wallace, president of Mu

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By Jane Smith

    The much-anticipated property value analysis of downtown Delray Beach and its beach side will be presented Feb. 28 at the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency meeting.
    Munilytics, the Davie company analyzing the records, received

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By Jane Smith

    The Arts Garage in Delray Beach must present better financial records before its chief public provider will release any more money, the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency board voted unanimously in late January.
    The CRA had co

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By Jane Smith

    Construction work has started to replace the temporary traffic signals at two East Atlantic intersections in Delray Beach. It will take at least two months to complete, weather permitting, contractors said.
    Florida Department of T

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By Jane Smith

    Drama continues to swirl around the iPic movie theater as it makes its way through the Delray Beach approval process.
    The proposed luxury movie theater just south of the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Federal Highway will ha

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By Jane Smith
    
    Two Boynton Beach residents, recently ousted from the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency board, spoke against creating a citizen advisory board to the CRA. At the Oct. 20 City Commission meeting, James “Buck” Buchanan and form

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By Jane Smith

    The Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency board recently sweetened the deals for two entities to buy its historic homes and turn them into restaurants.
    For the Little House, at 480 E. Ocean Ave., the CRA board agreed to bu

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7960592456?profile=originalThe Little House may reopen as a tapas restaurant.

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By Jane Smith

    Ocean Ridge Commissioner Richard Lucibella wants to buy the Little House in Boynton Beach and turn it into a tapas eatery.
    He and a partner, Barbara Ceuleers, put

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By Jane Smith

    Delray Beach is undergoing a cultural shift where departmental silos are breaking down and city employees are working together in hopes of saving taxpayers money.
    The enthusiasm of city staff was palpable when department heads ta

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By Jane Smith

    The Boynton Woman’s Club will be able to restore most, if not all, of the windows and doors in its historic headquarters on Federal Highway in Boynton Beach. The club recently received a $140,000 state grant from the Florida Divisio

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By Jane Smith

    The Pizza Guy won’t be coming to Boynton Beach.
    But Johnnie Brown’s might take his place.
    Sal Campanile, who wanted to buy the Little House and the Magnuson House, backed out in early July. He sent an email to the Community R

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