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Monday, June 29, 2020

Emergency Order Issued Closing Beaches July 4th Weekend...

All public, municipal, & private beaches, including all beach parks, in Palm Beach County shall be closed from 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 3, 2020 until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, July 5, 2020.


From the City of Lake Worth Beach Utility Department...

The Electric Utility continues to move forward with system upgrades to better withstand high winds associated with storms, reduce outages due to vegetation and animal contacts, and allow for growth without stressing the system.  Areas of concentrated work include:

The western part of our service territory with 129 pole replacements and upgrades of associated hardware, as well as installation of remotely operated devices to more rapidly restore customers after outages.  Evidence of the work completed can be seen along Lake Osborne Drive, Detroit Street, Lake Worth Road, and Engle Street.  Additional aggressive vegetation clearing, and wrapping of poles with animal guards, was performed along the French Avenue canal bank where the large population of iguanas had led to multiple outages when they climb our poles and come in contact with energized wires.

The eastern part of the service territory has seen neighborhood electric system upgrades to include new poles and associated hardware, new transformers, and a conversion to a higher operating voltage to reduce stress on the system and provide capacity for growth.  Over 550 customers spread across the area from Lake Avenue to 16th Ave North on Palmway, Lakeside, and Golfview and from Lake to 3rd Ave North from Federal to Palmway, are now being fed from newly hardened electric infrastructure.

The area of 7th Avenue North leading to Boutwell Road is undergoing upgrades of poles and associated hardware, including some undergrounding of electric lines, in support of improvements to the Park of Commerce roadways and sidewalk infrastructure.

Additionally, vegetation management comprised of tree trimming and mowing of alleys, as well as wrapping of poles to prevent wildlife from climbing up to our wires continues daily across the entire system.

Our dedicated team of IBEW employees, both from our own staff and contractors, are working six day weeks across daytime and evening shifts to bring these much needed improvements to our customers.  Please thank them for their efforts when you see them in your neighborhoods, and of course slow down and be extra careful as you drive by their job sites for their safety as well as your own.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Fight the Virus, Get Tested Tomorrow in Lake Worth Beach! (5/22/20)

 
A walk-up COVID-19 Testing Site will be operated by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue at the Osborne Community Center located at 1699 Wingfield Street on Friday, May 22 from 11am-2:30pm. Those wishing to be tested will not require an appointment and the test will be provided free of charge.

“Lake Worth Beach has a high risk population and from the outset of this pandemic I have believed it was vital that our residents had access to local testing sites. I am grateful to the County for working with my team to make this a reality and I hope many of our residents will be able to make use of this important step on the road to a post-Corona world.”
~Lake Worth Beach Mayor Pam Triolo

Information about additional testing sites in Palm Beach County.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

PBSO District 14 - Lake Worth Beach - Weekly Covid 19 Update - May 20, 2020

We had a great week last week pertaining to crime. Only one violent crime (robbery), no residential burglaries, and only five auto burglaries. Once again a handgun was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle. That’s another gun on the street in the hands of a criminal.

The phase one of reopening has gone well thus far in Lake Worth Beach and the rest of Palm Beach County. Thank you for assisting with this and keeping the social distancing issues to a minimum.

The beach reopening has also gone well. The rainy weather has helped keep the crowds down and made for a perfect soft opening.

Please use good judgement this holiday weekend. The weather is supposed to be good so practice social distancing if you plan to go to the beaches or parks. They will likely be crowded. LW Beach will only have 50% of the parking available which should aid in keeping the crowds to a minimum.

Hurricane season starts June 1st. We have already had a named storm. This is a good time to clean up yards and make other early preparations. If you live in an evacuation zone or need to leave your residence for a storm, try to have a plan to stay with someone you know. Shelter space might be an issue this year with Covid 19. People will have to be spaced apart more than previous years.

Census, census , census! It only takes a few minutes to complete online.

Be safe, things are looking up!

Captain Todd Baer
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Commander – District 14 – City of Lake Worth Beach

Monday, May 18, 2020

TooJay’s Deli Reopens Dining Rooms at All Locations

Takeout, catering, delivery, curbside pickup and Grocery ‘Too’ Go options will remain

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (May 18, 2020) – TooJay’s Deli is excited to welcome guests back into its dining rooms at all locations throughout Florida beginning Monday, May 18.

Famous for serving delicious comfort food, pile-high sandwiches and made-from-scratch desserts, TooJay’s will be following all capacity and distancing requirements from local and state governments. The restaurants will also be adhering to enhanced sanitation procedures including: 
  • Seating options and common areas in compliance with social distancing guidelines;
  • hand sanitizing station at each entrance;
  • all team members required to wear masks and pass a health check prior to each shift;
  • a designated dining room attendant assigned to clean and sanitize all tables, chairs and booths after each use as well as common areas throughout the restaurant;
  • place settings, menus, utensils and condiments to be single-use or sanitized after each use.

Guests are encouraged to visit TooJay’s website to check dining hours as they may vary by location. 

Takeout, catering, delivery, curbside pickup is still available at all locations. Guests can order online through TooJay’s website or Delicious Rewards app. To order online visit www.toojays.com/order-now. *Curbside is available only on pre-paid orders through the app or website.

In addition to dine-in and takeout options, TooJay’s continues its convenient Groceries ‘Too’ Go program, providing fresh meats and paper products while supplies last. Guests can stop by or call to place their orders.

For the latest information on how TooJay’s is navigating the COVID-19 situation, please visit TooJays.com/how-we-are-navigating-covid-19 or sign up for Delicious Rewards through TooJay’s mobile app or at TooJays.com/delicious-rewards and receive push notifications and emails. Guests who sign up for the first time receive a free dessert.

Founded in 1981, TooJay’s currently serves guests in Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area and The Villages.

TooJay’s received three Palm Beach Post 2020 Best of Palm Beach County Awards for Best Sandwich, Best Dessert and Best Caterer; 2020 Best of Orlando Award for Deli; the 2019 South Florida Gay News Golden Spoon Award for Outstanding New Spot in Fort Lauderdale; and the 2019 Restaurant Neighbor Award as a State Winner from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation for its work with Feeding Florida.

For more information about TooJay’s, visit TooJays.com. Follow TooJay’s at twitter.com/therealTooJays and instagram.com/toojaysdeli orvisit the Facebook fan page, which has over 93 thousand fans, and become a fan at facebook.com/TooJaysDeli.

Friday, May 15, 2020

Announcement from Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex - Re-opening

The City of Lake Worth Beach is reopening the Beach, Beach Park, and Pier at sunrise on Monday, May 18. The beach will close and be cleared daily at Sunset, no one will be allowed on the beach after hours.

To facilitate social distancing measures all beach patrons should adhere to the following guidelines:
Listen to the directions of Ocean Rescue staff.

Keep groups to 10 people or less

Stay 6 ft Apart

Swim near guarded areas

Use showers one person at a time

Practice good hygiene and hand washing

Wear a face mask where possible.

The beach parking lot will have 50% of spots reopened (as indicated in image below). Parking meters are active but patrons are encouraged to use ParkMobile to pay for parking instead of the parking meters. All resident parking spaces are reopened and 2019/2020 resident parking passes expiration date has been extended to July 1. For residents wishing to renew their parking pass they can do so online at: https://lakeworthbeachfl.gov/parking/beach-decal-program/

In accordance with Governor DeSantis Executive Order 20-112, all beach tenants may increase their indoor capacity to 50% and are encouraged to continue making use of outdoor seating.

Monday, May 11, 2020

Weekly Update From PBSO - District 14 - Lake Worth Beach

Today is the first day of the phase one re-opening plan. This affects restaurants, retail, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, and elective medical procedures.  Please familiarize yourselves with the details and help us help you by following the restrictions. 

Palm Tran is now requiring all riders to wear masks on their buses. 

This past weekend I noticed that less people were wearing masks, both in Lake Worth Beach and other parts of Palm Beach County. Mask use is still strongly recommended. Entry into phase one of re-opening does not mean the crisis is over. It is likely more important now to be wearing masks since more people will be out. The last thing we want to see is a large spike in cases and deaths. Please continue to wear your masks, if not for yourself, for the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. 

We had a pretty good week regarding crime. Auto burglaries were down 50% from the previous week. We did have a handgun stolen from an unlocked vehicle. The deputies made a great arrest in a carjacking case which occurred at 7th Avenue North and North F Street. 

Tomorrow Feeding South Florida will be back at the CRA – Hatch Center distributing food. 

Census, census, census…

Thank you and be safe,

Captain Todd Baer
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Commander – District 14 – City of Lake Worth Beach

Thursday, May 7, 2020

PBSO D14 - Covid 19 Update - Volunteer Help for the Elderly


Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is here to protect and serve the residents of Palm Beach County.

A volunteer will be able to pick up and deliver your PREPAID order.

If you place an on-line or phone order with a local Grocery store,

Pharmacy or Restaurant and need it delivered a PBSO volunteer is ready to help.

Greetings,

Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has established a new program to assist our Palm Beach County elderly residents who are unable to get out of their homes to go to the grocery store or pharmacy. Our amazing team of Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Volunteers is ready to deliver orders directly to their doors. Seniors in need of assistance should first contact PBSO at the numbers/emails below to get program details beyond this email.

How the program works:

Seniors must contact a qualifying store (retail establishment) to place and pay for their orders.
A PBSO Volunteer will be dispatched to the store to pick-up the orders, which are prepackaged by the retail establishment.

The Volunteer does not shop for or provide payment for any items. All orders must be prepaid.
The Volunteer will deliver the order to the specified residence.
The Volunteer will place the items at the front door and leave.
The Volunteer does not make contact with anyone at the residence.

What is a qualifying store (retail establishment)? To qualify, the store must be able to do the following:

·         Take orders over the phone or online

·         Accept payment over the phone or online

·         Package purchased items and hold for pick-up

Currently the only stores with this capability are Costco, Walmart, and Target. However, when it comes to prescription medications, most pharmacies (CVS, Walgreens, etc.) are able to accommodate.

Please call or email the following numbers for more information:

Between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm please contact:

Krysti Nast - 561- 688-3918  email address NastK@pbso.org or

Nephateri Burrell - 561- 681-7241  email address  BurrellN@pbso.org

After 4:00 pm please contact:

Cpl. Greg Newborn at 561-307-5422

Monday, May 4, 2020

TooJay’s Deli Launches New Family Meal Bundles


Perfect for Mother’s Day - Meal Bundles are available for takeout and curbside beginning Monday, May 4

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (May 4, 2020) – TooJay’s Deli is helping take care of family dinner with its homemade dishes that conquer all cravings! Beginning Monday, May 4, TooJay’s is offering new Family Meal Bundles available for takeout and curbside pick-up at all locations throughout Florida excluding Pembroke Pines, Boca Polo Shoppes and Tampa.

Priced at $49.99, the Family Meal Bundles serves four people and includes delicious comfort food and deli classics that will satisfy every member of the family. Guests can choose from three options: 
  • Deli Bundle: Half pound each of turkey, roast beef and ham; one loaf of rye or wheat bread; half pound each of sliced cheddar and sliced swiss; one pound of cole slaw; one pound of dill pickles; one bottle of TooJay’s Deli mustard; and one box of mini black and white cookies 
  • Turkey Dinner Bundle: a quart of chicken noodle soup OR house or Caesar salad with rye bread slices; turkey; mashed potatoes; stuffing; vegetable; turkey gravy; cranberry sauce; and one box of mini black and white cookies
     
  • Shepherd’s Pie Bundle: a quart of chicken noodle soup OR house or Caesar salad with rye bread slices; shepherd’s pie; and one box of mini black and white cookies

Guests can order online through TooJay’s website or Delicious Rewards app. To order online visit www.toojays.com/order-now. No substitutions. Guests should allow 30 minutes for preparation. *Curbside is available only on pre-paid orders through the app or website.

For the latest information on how TooJay’s is navigating the COVID-19 situation, please visit TooJays.com/how-we-are-navigating-covid-19 or sign up for Delicious Rewards through TooJay’s mobile app or at TooJays.com/delicious-rewards and receive push notifications and emails. Guests who sign up for the first time receive a free dessert.

Founded in 1981, TooJay’s currently serves guests in Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area and The Villages.

TooJay’s received three Palm Beach Post 2020 Best of Palm Beach County Awards for Best Sandwich, Best Dessert and Best Caterer; 2020 Best of Orlando Award for Deli; the 2019 South Florida Gay News Golden Spoon Award for Outstanding New Spot in Fort Lauderdale; and the 2019 Restaurant Neighbor Award as a State Winner from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation for its work with Feeding Florida.

For more information about TooJay’s, visit TooJays.com. Follow TooJay’s at twitter.com/therealTooJays and instagram.com/toojaysdeli orvisit the Facebook fan page, which has over 93 thousand fans, and become a fan at facebook.com/TooJaysDeli.

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex 4/28/20

Although some parks are reopening tomorrow the #LakeWorthBeach Beach Park and Complex is not. The beach complex will only be open to those collecting curbside pick up orders from Benny's (at the weekends) and Killwin's (call ahead).

Please do not endanger Ocean Rescue and other beach staff by attempting to come to the beach unless you are collecting a curbside pick up order.

PBSO District 14 -Covid 19 Update - LWB - Parks Boat Ramps and Golf Course

This is your weekly update regarding District 14 – Lake Worth Beach. I just spoke to the city staff. They will be opening parks, boat ramps and the golf course as follows and per the county order. (A copy of the county order is attached). This is a fluid situation. I will notify you of any changes as I receive them: 

Golf Course – Will be open on Saturday and Sundays , Starting May 2nd. Will follow all county order requirements 

Boat Ramps – Will be open starting tomorrow morning. Will follow all county order requirements 

Parks – Following all requirements of the county order. *** The beach park will not be opening yet**** 

Pier – LWB Pier will not be opening yet. Stay tuned 

LW Beach – Not open yet. Again, stay tuned 

Hopefully many of you saw the county press conference yesterday. The Sheriff delivered a strong message regarding the reopenings.  We all want to be able to enjoy the above facilities after this long period of closure. We do not want people to violate the emergency order. This will likely cause a spike in cases and a return of the closures. This will also generate more calls for service which takes us away from patrolling for burglars, robbers, etc. While our preferred method of handling Covid related calls is to “educate and persuade”, we will make arrests when necessary to avoid a spike in cases and closures of the above facilities. Please help us help you by using good sense and abiding by the current requirements.  The sooner we do so the sooner we get back to something near “normal”. 

In other news, the food giveaway at the CRA went really well today and will continue again next week.

Crime was down a bit this week which is good. 

There are an increasing number of scams out there both online and in person – be careful 

Please fill out your census forms. Our numbers are dismal so far but there is time to turn that around. We will have to live with these numbers for ten years 

My quarterly commission presentation is during the next virtual meeting on May 5th. 

I hope everyone is doing okay. 

Thanks and be safe, 

Captain Todd Baer
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Commander – District 14 – City of Lake Worth Beach