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ROAD & DOCK CLOSURES UPDATE: JULY 21, 2019

A listing of all road and dock closures in The City of West Palm Beach.

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RIBBON CUTTING, GRAND OPENING CELEBRATE WEST PALM BEACH’S NEWEST FIRE RESCUE STATION

WPBFR Station #8 to serve Ibis, Ironhorse and western communities.

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MAYOR MUOIO URGES WPB VOTERS TO 'GET OUT THE VOTE' IN TUESDAY'S MUNICIPAL RUNOFF ELECTION
All registered West Palm Beach voters can vote in this election. It is the right and privilege of every citizen to participate in the election process.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (March 21, 2019) -- The City of West Palm Beach will hold a uniform municipal runoff election on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 between candidates Christy Fox and Richard Ryles to elect a Commissioner for District 3. The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
 
While City Commissioners represent specific districts within the City West Palm Beach, they are elected citywide. This allows each citizen of our city to vote not only for their own commissioners but also for the other commissioners who serve the City. All registered West Palm Beach voters can vote in this election. It is the right and privilege of every citizen to participate in the election process.
 
“I encourage all voters who are registered in the City of West Palm Beach to turn out on Tuesday, March 26 for this very important runoff election,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio.
 
“Voting for who you want to be your voice as District 3 Commissioner is important to our community. Commissioners help shape our city’s ordinances, policies, and budgets, which affects citizens’ day-to-day lives. If you voted in the municipal election two weeks ago, turn out and vote again. If you didn’t vote, now’s the time! This weekend, call your West Palm Beach friends, and remind them of the election. On Tuesday, bring that friend or a relative or co-worker to the polls. Your vote matters!” 
 
Please visit the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Election web page to learn more about precinct locations: https://www.pbcelections.org/.  
 
For more information, please contact West Palm Beach City Clerk Hazeline Carson at (561) 822-1210 or visit the City Clerk’s Office online at http://wpb.org/Departments/City-Clerk/Office-of-the-City-Clerk
 
 
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