The Coastal Star has not received any gifts yet
By Mary Hladky
Attorneys are still aiming for suspended Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie to go to trial in October or November on public corruption charges, but no date was set at a July 15 court hearing.
The next hearing on the status of the case will be on Sept. 10.
After the brief hearing, Bruce Zimet, Haynie’s criminal defense attorney, said she is ready for trial.
“She is engaged and anxious to be vindicated,” he said.
Zimet declined to…
By Dan Moffett
The Palm Beach County Zoning Commission unanimously approved a variance request for the developer of the Gulf Stream Views townhouse project on July 3, allowing the construction of 14 small swimming pools on the property.
The approval came over the objections of two dozen residents of Briny Breezes and the County Pocket who attended the hearing — and also the objections of the commission’s own staff.
County planners and plan reviewers had…
Influx may be ‘new normal,’ force beachgoers to adaptContinue
By Ron Hayes
On a cold January afternoon in 1952, a young man named Donald Edge stepped off a curb in downtown Detroit and landed in West Palm Beach.