2005 — Delray Beach begins planning for installation of reclaimed-water lines on the barrier island as part of a settlement reached with state and federal regulators to stop sending raw sewage into the ocean. The city hires contractors to do the work
Jan. 3 David Harden retires after 22 years as city manager. Douglas Smith, assistant city manager, becomes interim city manager.
Outgoing mayor Woodie McDuffie resigns after running unsuccessfully for county Supervisor of Elections. Vice Mayor T
St. Lucy timeline
Oct. 3, 1968: St. Lucy Church is officia
By Dan Moffett
Faced with a staggering cost increase and continued delays, Gulf Stream commissioners are scrambling to get their much-troubled and long-awaited underground utilities project back on track.
Danny Brannon, Gulf Stream’s engineerin
Photo courtesy of the Boca Raton Resort & Club
1925: Palm Beach architect Addison Mizner arrives
More than one snafu marred the straw poll on Gulf Stream’s underground utility project and the proposed referendum on annexing the county pocket.
A couple dozen straw ballots, including the one to Gulf Stream Civic Association Preside
By Steve Plunkett
Mail carriers here will be extra-busy this month delivering straw ballots on burying Gulf Stream’s power lines, first-class notices on possibly annexing part of the county pocket and fliers from the Civic Association on both issu
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