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Our weekly eNews briefs for Sept. 17th have been sent, but if you missed the email, you can still get all the info online here.
Here is a summary of the key issues the Village Council will address at their meeting on Thursday, Sept. 23rd, beginning at 7 p.m.:
The North Palm Beach Police Department has again earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. It is the fifth time since 2008 the Department has achieved the CALEA accomplishment.
CALEA accreditation se...
At their meeting Thursday, Sept. 8th, the North Palm Beach Village Council took the following actions:
All Village Council meetings are conducted live in the Council Chambers at Village Hall (unless otherwise noted), and are streamed live using interactive video that allows citizens to participate remotely. The Council Chambers are fully...
Throughout the Village, a network of pipes, gutters and waterways prevents flooding. It requires considerable maintenance and repair, so the Council created a new Stormwater Utility and Fund to better mange long-term plans for financing improvements.
Public Works employee Tara Ramsaroop passed away recently after serving the Village for 16 years. A GoFundMe account has been established in her name, and a fundraising event and raffle is scheduled for Sept. 15 at Frigates to assist her young daughter.
The Florida Dept. of Agriculture says there's a mite that's damaging lychee trees in Palm Beach County. The lychee produces bright pink/red fruits. Please inspect your lychee and if you think it may be affected, notify the Dept. of Agriculture.
UPDATE: AUGUST 30
The facial covering requirement for entering Village-owned buildings remains in place, and the Village continues to recommend that residents follow all CDC guidelines to combat the virus.
UPDATE: August 9
Village Hall is open and facial cov...
Update: August 27At their August 26th meeting, the Village Council selected seven members and three alternates for the Residential Code Revision Committee. Twenty-nine people applied. The selected group is comprised of people representing citizens, as wel...
The Village annual budget is a financial document that accounts for public money coming in and being spent during the fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1 and ends Sept. 30. It shows how money will be allocated for police and fire rescue, sanitation, street m...
FEMA is redefining flood map areas throughout South Florida. This may cause some Village homeowner insurance rates to increase or cause other property owners be required to purchase flood insurance.
The South Florida Water Management District is making improvements to the stormwater drainage system along the Earman River, from alternate A1A to the Intracoastal Waterway.