A portable traffic light directs traffic through the 4000 block of South Ocean Boulevard in Highland Beach on Sept. 2. A contractor for FDOT is installing drainage pipes as part of a $400,000 project to address chronic flooding. The project is expect
Highland Beach residents meet at a workshop to see proposed improvements along State Road A1A and to provide input. The ambitious plan would cost the town as much as $45 million. Voters must approve the expenditure. Photo provided
By Rich Pollack
to finish a drainage and pump project last year on Coconut Lane,
a street that used to flood on a regular basis. Photographed at peak high tide, the system is working.
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