Friday, December 28, 2012

Remains of large Banyan tree removed at Cultural Plaza

South Florida Bloggers Pick Their Favorite Posts of 2012, Part Two - Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach - News - The Daily Pulp

I was asked by New Times to pick my best blog post from 2012.  So, I sent one off to them which I thought worthy as it is a summary of the "bill of goods" we were sold as part of the beach and casino redevelopment project.  See if you agree by clicking the title for a link to the article.  Other blogs are featured also and there is Part 1 that came out yesterday that you can check out.  You might comment about which your favorite post on this blog was below.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Lake Worth working to meet grant deadline for renovate... |

The Lake Worth CRA continues to set the pace.  I am confident that they will meet the deadline for the expenditure of the grant money.  Remember, there were those that wanted to strip the CRA of their independence.  The same people that wanted to have the City Commission takeover the CRA are the ones that didn't want this $23 million in grant money in the first place.  Click title for link to article.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Great charity event...

See any familiar faces?

Austin Brookley - Chairman, Lake Worth Recreation Board 12/28 by High Noon in Lake Worth | Blog Talk Radio

Tune in this Friday (click title for link to show) as we talk about local and national politics with a young Lake Worth resident.  Mr. Brookley is current chairman of the Lake Worth Recreation Board and recent Deputy Regional Field Director for the Obama for President campaign.  You may call in questions during the live show and/or leave questions by clicking on the comment link below.  The archived edition of the show will be available after the show airs by clicking the title to this post.
After the show picture with Austin Brookley

Voters' mistakes doomed thousands of ballots

Not all the blame can be laid at the feet of the Supervisor of Elections in Florida's various counties - voter mistakes and the post office shoulder some of the blame.  Click title for link to article.