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BACK FROM NORTH FLORIDA, WPBFR ASST. CHIEF BLOOMFIELD TO SHARE INSIGHTS FROM HURRICANE MICHAEL

The City of West Palm Beach has deployed a total of 31 employees from WPBFR, Public Utilities, and Fleet to North Florida to provide support in the areas of preparedness, rescue and recovery.

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MAYOR MUOIO, CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH TO RECOGNIZE UNITY WEEK

Mayor Muoio will officially declare the week Unity Week with a proclamation at a meeting of the City Commission at City Hall on October 22, 2018 at 5 p.m.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR 41ST STREET ALLEYWAY CLEANUP
Join Us as We Work to Provide a Safe, Clean Path to School for Northmore Students
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (April 18, 2018)— To keep West Palm Beach safe and beautiful, the City of West Palm Beach will hold a volunteer cleanup, and volunteers are invited to pitch in! On Saturday, April 21, 2018, join us, along with other volunteers, as we work to help clear an alleyway that students use to get to and from Northmore Elementary School. We’ll pick up litter and remove overgrown plants and weeds throughout the area in hopes of providing the students with a safer and cleaner path to school. The City of West Palm Beach will provide all necessary tools and supplies which include work gloves, tools and cold water for all volunteers. 

WHAT: 41ST Street Alleyway Cleanup
WHERE: Greenwood Ave. & 41st Street Alleyway (Next to Northmore Elementary School)
WHEN: 4/21/2018 (Saturday); 9:00AM- 12:00PM 
CONTACT: Jeslyn Stanislawski; (561) 804-4938/jstanis@wpb.org