The Fix Flagler Initiative and committee appreciate the Palm Beach Post for its unbiased coverage of the Flagler Shore project and its openness to printing so many letters to the [...]
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Does anyone actually monitor the use of the Flagler Drive “experiment” on a day to day, hourly basis? As random examples, we drove its length on a recent Saturday at [...]
The lovely name “Flagler Shore” describes an unlovely collection of plastic barriers, “Road Closed” signs and blinking lights that keep motor traffic from entering the two east lanes of the [...]
I attended the West Palm Beach City Council meeting on Monday evening to listen to the discussion on the Flagler Shore project. After listening for over an hour it was [...]
A local businessman has organized a group to kick sand in the West Palm Beach Flagler Shore project. Robert Garvy, formerly chairman of Intech Investments, has created a non-profit group, [...]
Anyone who lives near downtown West Palm Beach and uses Flagler Dive on a regular basis can tell you this inconvenient eyesore is just like the South Cove Nature walkway [...]
Project Flagler Shore seems to generate a number of well-written and pointed objections to the mayor’s pet project at Palm Beach Post.com. As taxpayers, we appreciate the avenue that The [...]
Instead of blocking a lane on Flagler Drive in order to allow a few pedestrians and bicyclists a safe place to walk and ride (I guess the mayor feels the [...]
Former Mayor Lois Frankel’s beautiful concept for Flagler Drive was an inspired accomplishment for all of West Palm Beach. The wide lakeside walk with stationary seating and gathering areas allows [...]
If the many letters regarding the Flagler Shore project are any indication, the prevailing public opinion appears to be negative. And no one should be surprised. Downtown West Palm Beach [...]