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ROAD & DOCK CLOSURES UPDATE: WEEK OF JANUARY 20 2019

City of West Palm Beach Road and Dock Closure Updates are issued weekly

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WPB OFFERS UTILITY SERVICE HELP TO ELIGIBLE FURLOUGHED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES

Federal employees who fall into this category will be asked to present a copy of their paycheck showing their gross pay was $0.00 for the pay period to qualify.

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WEST PALM BEACH MAYOR JERI MUOIO TO PRESENT "WEST PALM BEACH:A CITY ON THE MOVE" AT BOOK LAUNCH
Copies of the 135-page book will be distributed free to the first 50 guests.
WHO:    West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio, Mandel Public Library Director Christopher Murray, and guests.

WHAT:    West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio will formally present the newly published book, “West Palm Beach: A City on the Move” at a book signing and launch event. Copies of the 135-page book-- which features dynamic color photography and text highlighting our world-class city and everything that makes it unique, special and dynamic—will be distributed free to the first 50 guests. Mayor Muoio will also dedicate five of the books to the permanent collection of the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach where the book may be read and enjoyed by City residents and library patrons. There will also be a Q&A about the book with the Mayor, facilitated by Library Director Christopher Murray.

Additional copies of the book may be distributed for the purposes of marketing, business development, awards and recognition of individuals who make a positive difference in our city and improve the lives of West Palm Beach residents. The City, working with Star Group International, published 2,000 copies and expects to publish more. An online version may be available to the public in the very near future.

WHEN:     June 12, 2018; 2:00 PM

WHERE:     Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach; 411 Clematis Street

CONTACT:     For more information, please call: (561) 822-1200.