Monday, July 24, 2017

Editor at The Palm Beach Post goofs again. Did you see this ‘news’ in the print edition?

Lake Worth

Grouper workshop scheduled for July 31st

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has scheduled a public workshop to be held July 31 in Lake Worth to gather input on Goliath grouper management, including the possibility of a limited harvest in Florida state waters.

Is this workshop “in Lake Worth”? No.

This workshop will be held at the Lantana Road Branch Library located at 4020 Lantana Rd. in suburban Lake Worth (directions below). The library’s Zip Code is 33462; please refer to the map below.

And besides, Lantana Rd. doesn’t even go through Lake Worth. Click on image to enlarge:
The editor at the Post needs another lesson on Zip Codes. This map is courtesy of Palm Beach County government.

Would you like more information on Goliath grouper management and the upcoming workshop on July 31st?

  • Use this link or contact Amanda Nalley at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission:
  • 850-410-4943
  • Email:

Directions to the Lantana Road Branch Library:

  • By Bus: Palm Tran Route 71 and Route 63.
  • From I-95: Exit at Lantana Road – SR 812 (Exit 61); go west to Lawrence Road and turn left at light. Library is on the southwest corner of the intersection.
  • From Florida’s Turnpike: Exit at Lake Worth Road (Exit 93); go east to Military Trail, turn right (south) to Lantana Road (SR 812); turn left and get in the right lane and turn right into the library parking lot just before the traffic light at the corner of Lawrence Road.