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January 4, 2011: The Palm Beach County Road and Bridge Division has advised that the George Bush Boulevard Bridge is closed to motorist and pedestrian traffic due to an emergency repair. Please note that this repair is not related to the recently completed bridge rehabilitation project. It is estimated that the bridge will be operational by Monday, January 10th.
Bridge closure signage will be posted. For more information, please call (561) 233-3977.
January 3, 2011: The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has advised that the following road closures will be in effect due to the I-95 resurfacing project:
In addition, two (2) lanes of I-95 northbound, north of Lake Ida Road, will be closed from 8:00 pm until 5:00 am, Monday night, January 3rd, until Friday morning, January 7th, due to the I-95 Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Deployment Project.
December 16, 2010: The Palm Beach County Roadway Production Division has advised that the George Bush Boulevard Bridge has been reopened to motorist and pedestrian traffic.
The bridge had been closed since July 20th for bridge rehabilitation.
For more information, please contact the Palm Beach County Road and Bridge Division at (561) 233-3950.
Boynton Beach Announces Holiday Garbage Schedule
No Pickup Dec. 25 or Jan. 1
Due to the Christmas and New Year holidays, the City’s solid waste pickup schedule will change as follows:
For those whose regular collection is Saturday, there will be NO pickup on either Dec. 25 or Jan. 1, and there will be NO makeup days.
The types of materials and areas affected include:
Trash & Vegetation
Woolbright Rd. to NE-NW 13th Ave.; between I-95 and FEC railroad tracks
Leisureville, from Woolbright Rd. to SW 23rd Ave.
SE 2nd Ave. to north City limits – east of FEC railroad tracks
Woolbright Rd. to NE 13th Ave. between I-95 and FEC railroad tracks
Woolbright Rd. to Gateway Blvd. between I-95 and railroad tracks
SE 2nd Ave. to Potter Rd. east of Federal Hwy.
Old Boynton Rd. and the Island
Recycling drop off facilities will be available at Walmart, 3200 Old Boynton Rd. (cardboard only); Corporate Dr., south of Lowes (cardboard only); and in the Public Works parking lot, 222 NE 9th Ave. (glass, plastic, paper, cardboard).
For more information, call the Public Works Dept., (561) 742-6200, Monday-Thursday, 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
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