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By Mary Hladky
The wait for people yearning to live in downtown Boca Raton is finally coming to an end.
The first downtown apartment complex to be built in nearly a decade, the 261-unit Camden Boca Raton at 131 S. Federal Highway, began…
By Mary Thurwachter
When Pamela Higer-Polani approached…
By Cheryl Blackerby
New sand has been pumped on Boca Raton’s south and north beaches, and next year it will be the city’s central beach’s turn to be renourished.
Although the central beach didn’t lose as much sand to Hurricane Sandy as the north and south beaches, a recent survey showed that the central beach needs sand. And it will get it next year.
A beach renourishment project is planned for late 2015, said Jennifer Bistyga, coastal engineer…
Boca Raton officials approved a $136 million general fund budget during a final Sept. 18 budget hearing, setting the property tax rate for 2014-15 at $3.71 per $1,000 of taxable property value.
Property values have increased 5.63 percent in Boca Raton, with 4.71 percent coming from the reassessment of existing property and 0.92 percent coming from new construction.
An increase in overall property values means the city will automatically collect more dollars without raising tax…
By Rich Pollack
The Highland Beach Police Foundation is officially a nonprofit organization, recognized by the Internal Revenue Service.
“Up until now, donations to the foundation were not tax-exempt,” said Highland Beach Police Chief Craig Hartmann. “Now, with the official IRS status, residents can make donations that are tax deductible.”
Formed in 2012, the foundation is designed to make it easier for residents to support the Police…