Saturday, November 10, 2018

Notice of General Election: Town of Lake Clarke Shores, Precincts 2127 and 3014.


PUBLIC NOTICE published in The Lake Worth Herald, datelined Thursday, November 1st:


The Town of Lake Clarke Shores, 1701 Barbados Road, Lake Clarke Shores, Florida, 33406, will hold a General Election on March 12, 2019 for the purpose of electing Council Members from Groups 1 & 2 for a term of two (2) years.

The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. If a Runoff Election is necessary, it will be held on March 26, 2019, utilizing the same times and precincts identified below.

Candidates for Council Member must reside in the Town of Lake Clarke Shores. Candidate qualifying is from NOON November 20, 2018 to NOON December 4, 2018. [emphasis added] Voter registration book closing is February 11, 2019 for the General Election. No person will be permitted to vote unless he or she is registered in Palm Beach County and residing in the Town of Lake Clarke Shores.


Both precincts 2127 and 3014 vote at the Town Hall in the Town of Lake Clarke Shores: The address is 1701 Barbados Rd., located on the north side of Barbados Rd. between Florida Mango Rd. and West Lake Drive.


For those of you wondering, “Where exactly is
the Town of Lake Clarke Shores?”

Click on map to enlarge:

This town is west of the City of Lake Worth and east of the Village of Palm Springs. For “Lake Clarke Shores Town History” click on this link.


Groups 1 and 2 up for election on March 12th, 2019 are incumbents Mayor Gregory Freebold (Group 1) and Vice Mayor Pro Tem Paul R. Shalhoub (Group 2). For the entire Town Council in our neighboring municipality of Lake Clarke Shores click on this link.

If you have any questions or want more information contact the Town Clerk in the Town of Lake Clarke Shores. About Mary Pinkerman, CMC:
  • Employed by the Town of Lake Clarke Shores since June 2001.
  • Obtained Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) status from International Institute of Municipal Clerks in September 2005.
  • Appointed Town Clerk in January 2010.

And it is also worth noting a rumor two years ago that the Town of Lake Clarke Shores was planning a naval invasion of the City of Lake Worth is completely unfounded.

The rumor was the citizenry of Lake Clarke Shores was forming a flotilla of pirates and marauders to navigate the C-51 Canal in the dark of night, bypassing the S-155 Spillway structure in Lake Worth’s College Park neighborhood and then taking by force the boat docks and properties along the canal.

An invasion of Lake Worth by Lake Clarke Shores never did happen and never could happen. Palm Beach County forbids one municipality from invading another municipality. And besides, why would Lake Clarke Shores want the headaches.