Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Two City press releases. One concerns this Friday. Long-awaited changes for residents, home and business owners.

The latest press release below dated March 7th is from Ben Kerr, the City’s Communications Specialist. For further information or media inquiries contact Mr. Kerr at 561-586-1631; email: bkerr@lakeworth.org

Lake Worth, FL* — Community Sustainability Open House this Friday

On March 10 [Friday] from 8:00 am–4:00 pm the City of Lake Worth Community Sustainability Department will be hosting an Open House at 1900 Second Avenue North.
     This will provide an opportunity for the public to see the results of a nine month overhaul of the Community Sustainability space as part of the ongoing customer service initiative. The department’s aesthetic and organizational changes were designed to foster improved staff efficiency, productivity, effectiveness and morale as well as provide an improvement to the customer experience for all visitors.

“To be able to best serve the community we have undertaken a significant upgrade to a larger and more accessible space as well as an in-depth customer service initiative. Our goal throughout has been the improvement of the customer service experience. With the number of building permits, plan reviews, business license inspections and code compliance cases up dramatically over the past few years it was important to better organize the space so that customers could be seen quickly and efficiently.
—William Waters, City of Lake Worth Director for Community Sustainability.

For the City press release dated March 6th, titled “1st Annual Historic Preservation Awards (nominations now open)”, use this link. An awards ceremony will take place at the Lake Worth Casino Ballroom during National Historic Preservation Month, on Wednesday, May 17th.

*Located in central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with an individualistic style. People are drawn to the City by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.

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