Short but critical: BCC Agenda

From Ginny Sherlock, renowned local attorney, civic activist, and former Associated Press editor: “Tuesday’s Board of County Commissioners Agenda is short but contains critically important items that deserve careful consideration. There are only three agenda items to be taken up, including a shade session on the continuing litigation filed against the County by the owners of the Lake Point rockpit … Click here to read more

Alert: Bad deals for taxpayers on Tuesday’s Board of County Commissioners’ Agenda

Local attorney and civic activist Virginia Sherlock provides alerts on Tuesday’s BOCC Agenda: “…Customs supporters have engaged in intense lobbying efforts to persuade commissioners that there is broad community support for the facility. Let commissioners know there are many opponents who do not want our tax dollars used for this project …The Pitchford’s Landing update is as illusory as the customs proposal.” … Click here to read more

Palm Beach Post: Maggy’s Hammock Park comes along at just the right time

From The Post’s award-winning Sally Swartz: “The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board recommended the name change based on Ms. Hurchalla’s public service…It comes just after she became the target of a Lake Point rock mine developer’s Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation that seeks to silence Ms. Hurchalla and other residents … Click here to read more