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Lake Charleston residents are advised to stay alert and report any suspicious vehicle or
person immediately by calling 911 or the non-emergency number at 561-688-3400. In, addition please be advised you should have your children stay
in groups while walking from school or the bus stops.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office REMINDS the parents to talk to their children.
· Teach your children to take action, such as; point out places to go to for help when walking to and from school,
the park, etc
· Remind your children to travel with a buddy or group
· Warn your children about accepting rides or changing
plans without your permission
· Teach them the tricks would-be abductors
use, such as; offering money or asking for help
· Encourage your children to tell a trusted
adult whenever anything or anyone makes them uncomfortable
Anyone with information is urged to
contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS or you can remain ANONYMOUS by downloading our new app “CONNECT & PROTECT”, “See Something Say
BOARD OF DIRECTORS STAY CALM AND SAFE!
Click here to download Telecommunication Committee Final Report
Bulk Services Agreement for Lake Charleston
At the Board of Directors Meeting held on Wednesday, September 21st,
the Board voted 4-0 with one abstention in favor of the following:
- Proceed into final contract negotiations with
Comcast as the vendor for bulk telecommunication services to Lake Charleston
- Include internet as a bulk telecommunication
- Adopt the 10-year proposal
- Include the option to install a new Fiber to the Home infrastructure as
an item that can be activated in the second year of the contract (costs do not change)
- Return proposed vendor door
fee to homeowners as a subsidy in the first year of the contract
The exact timing of implementation
is to be determined based on the final negotiation of the contract but a goal is to begin as close to the beginning of 2017
If you currently receive television and internet services from a vendor other than Comcast
and plan to take advantage of what will be offered as part of the community’s new bulk services agreement, please carefully
consider any extensions you may be considering with your current vendor.
The full report of the telecommunication
committee with more detailed information on its work, considerations and recommendations to the board is available at the
BEACH COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER
The PBC Property Appraiser is a constitutional officer and is by law required to annually value all real property,
including recent construction, within the County's boundaries. Under section 193.023(2) and (3), Florida States,
the Property Appriaser is required to inspect all real property in order to fulfill this duty in deriving the market and assessed
values of your property. Your cooperation in allowing our deputies to inspect the exterior of your property
assists the Property Appraiser's Office in seeing that all real property is assessed at no more than its fair market value.
Please allow the Property Appraiser's deputy onto your property. Thank you.