Palm Beach County identity crisis: Withdraw from the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council?

Palm Beach County commissioners are considering switching to a growth management collaboration with Broward and counties to the south, instead of sticking with a partnership with neighbors to the north. (Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel)

 

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports on a Palm Beach County identity crisis that has local officials debating just how “South Florida” they want to be.

Is the county that stretches all the way from Jupiter to Boca Raton more like Stuart and the small-to-medium-town neighbors to the north? Or is Palm Beach County’s future more in line with Fort Lauderdale, Miami and the hustle and bustle to the south?

The debate stems from the Palm Beach County Commission proposing to withdraw from the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council and instead join the South Florida Regional Planning Council.

For the complete story: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/palm-beach-politics-blog/sfl-palm-beach-county-south-florida-switch-20141010-story.html

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