Monday, May 27, 2019

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Rising Tides: Are We Up to the Challenge?

Climate change—right here at home Dr. Jayantha Obeysekera spends his workdays finding out how to keep South Florida from having too much water in the...
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Rising waters, the Chapman chapter, FAU budget & Greg Talbott

Getting our feet wet There’s been a wave of gloomy news stories in the last two weeks about climate change, sea level rise and Florida....
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Trouble at the top in Delray and some scary bridge notes elsewhere

Louie, Louie, we gotta go There were not enough votes Tuesday night to fire the Delray Beach city manager, but there were enough votes to...
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Train Crossings, that Delray affair & is justice being served?

All Aboard: For all the worry in South Florida about new passenger trains, the real worry should be new freight trains. Opposition to All Aboard...
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Delray’s trash talks, Boca’s goals and Florida White House Wannabes

Something smells in Delray: Fittingly, the latest controversy in Delray Beach concerns trash carts, because something in the city stinks. On Tuesday, Palm Beach County’s...
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Tallahassee breakdown, J Street blues and more Delray buzz

Tallahassee Games: This is how the Florida Legislature can drive you crazy. A good idea comes along. This year, it was help for cities...
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Is Pension Relief in Sight?

CITY WATCH Is pension relief in sight? For 15 years, Florida cities have begged the Legislature for help on fire and police pensions. Specifically, the...
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Boca’s Council Charts Its Course

CITY WATCH Council agenda: The Boca Raton City Council’s annual goal-setting session this week may sound a lot like last year’s. But based on interviews...
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Cities vs. the Inspector General and other legal woes

Doing right by the voters? Boca Raton has a different mayor and city council than the city had in 2011. Delray Beach has a different...
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Sober houses, District 4 and the Houston’s issue

Sobering news More than a decade ago, Boca Raton lost its fight to isolate “sober houses” in certain parts of the city. Now, Boca is...
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