This section is reserved for posting of public notice(s) and/or document(s) for the purposes of education and legal disclosure to the general public concerning the business operations and financial matters of the Town of Mangonia Park, County of Palm Beach, State of Florida.
The Town of Mangonia Park is in receipt of Permit No. 136982-027-DWC, expiration date:3/4/2019 from Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department for Project WUD 13-078 Boardman and Crandon Avenue for the installation of a Sewer Main (Extension) for the provision of sewer services at the following homes in the BRYN-MAWR Subdivision:
Boardman AvenueCrandon Avenue
1605, Gregory Blackshear1604, Carl Knight
1609, Rachel Lampkin1608, Danus LLC
1612, Mary F. Wallace
1613, Jackie Woffard
1617, Addie L. Greene
1616, Lonnie Rawls
1620, Wendolyn A. Lewis
1624, Glenda S. Kirk
1628, Judy Daniels
1700, Josephine R. Moore
1701, Josephine Moore
1704, Harri Volanen
1705, Estella White
1708, Manuel Vazquez
1709, Ann Marie Decker
You are receiving this notice because Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department has contracted to construct a wastewater collection/transmission system consisting of approximately 1,100 LF of 8” gravity sewer and 8 sanitary manholes to service 17 residential lots within the Boardman/Crandon Avenue R-O-W.
Public hearings and/or discussions were held on the following dates:January 29, 2013; February 26, 2013; June 4, 2013; and September 24, 2013.
This notice has been posted on the Town’s website and hand delivered to each of you as a homeowner on Friday, June 13, 2014.Included in this notice is an original building permit for your signature.Dr. Rooter was awarded the contract bid for this project.As discussed at previous meetings, the final cost you will absorb as the homeowner was negotiated at $2,499.99, to be included on your annual tax assessment bill over a period of five (5) years.The Town Council waived and has absorbed all fees and costs for the abandonment of your septic tank was included.If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Town Hall during our normalbusiness hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., @ 561.848-1235, firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax 561.848-6940.Please visit our website for all public notices.
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