Is Speeding an Issue in West Palm Beach?

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Do you think that speeding is an issue in WPB? Have you witnessed reckless driving in your neighborhood? Does the recent rash of traffic-related injuries and deaths alarm you? Then talk to Paula Ryan. As Mayor, Paula will create safer streets and foster peaceful neighborhoods by working with

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A Thank-you Letter To All Veterans, Especially My Dad

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On this and every Veterans’ Day, my heart swells with gratitude for all who have served. Having grown up in a large military family, my single father raised me and my siblings. Dad enlisted in the Air Force when he was just 17 years old and participated in the Berlin Airlift at the end of

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Red, White & Bowl! Join Me in Downtown West Palm Beach

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Don’t miss an evening of fun and games at Revolutions at CityPlace in downtown West Palm Beach. Lace up your bowling shoes and join me along with other elected officials as we accept single-frame bowling challenges, play an election-themed round of “Trivia Bowl,” and see who will take home the

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Accountability and Transparency

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I have been asked what my opinion is about the Related Project by many people. I thought I would use this opportunity to write about it in my inaugural blog for my new Campaign Website.  I have many issues I would like to engage in with you, the residents of West Palm Beach, to help […]

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South Dixie Highway Truth or Fiction

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The communities and businesses that abut the South Dixie Corridor in West Palm Beach, FL. have been united over the last 18 years in a common goal. This loose coalition of citizens has given their time, talent and financial resources to improve the S. Dixie Corridor. The number 1 priority has

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