Saturday, July 21, 2018

Tonight's Sky 7-21-18

"Are you f*****g kidding me Hillary Clinton?!!!"

Hillary Attacks Trump For ‘Not Defending’ US Ambassador – One Benghazi Survivor Drops the F Bomb On Her

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Quote of the Day - Rand Paul

“Instead of making this about 'everything’s about Trump' and accusing Trump of collusion with the Russians and all this craziness that’s not true, we should try to protect the integrity of our elections… And I think that what is lost in this is that I think there’s a bit of Trump derangement syndrome.”

~ Sen. Rand Paul

Trump Team 2020 Event at Abacoa Golf Club

Few buyers have pulled the trigger


Capitalizing on the pain and suffering of others, David Hogg has a book out.  Did anyone know that? I guess most of America was not informed as only 3,741 copies have sold of this paper-back.

Read about Hogg and his attempt at capitalism... This kid's 15 minutes of fame is over. Maybe now he will have time to read and comprehend the 2nd Amendment.

Liberals continue to suppress Freedom

Three young African-American interns were denied an Uber ride to a Trump support gathering

America has suffered a difficult history that struggled to overcome slavery, promote civil rights and insist that every citizen be treated with fairness and respect. Unfortunately, we are living in an age in which the same party that supported slavery — Democrats — now pushes discrimination based on your beliefs. [Patriotic viral News]

Uber driver kicks out Republicans

Early Morning Sky 7-21-18

Lake Worth to get new Recycling bins on October 1

PRESS RELEASE
FOR RELEASE UPON RECEIPT

CITY OF LAKE WORTH, PARKING DIVISION
10 SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD
LAKE WORTH, FL 33460
LAKEWORTH.ORG

July 20, 2018

Contact:          Ben Kerr, Public Information Officer
Phone:             561.586.1631
Email:              bkerr@lakeworth.org

WHAT:           CITY OF LAKE WORTH CHANGES TO TWO BIN RECYCLING
WHEN:           OCTOBER 1, 2018
WHO:              ALL RESIDENTS AND VISITORS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:      

Lake Worth, Florida – Starting Oct. 1, residents and businesses in the City of Lake Worth will have two recycling bins instead of one, as the City restarts its partnership with the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County (SWA).

The new partnership will have a big impact on making recycling in the City of Lake Worth more sustainable. Lake Worth’s single stream recycling partner had raised the cost of recycling by $90 per ton and regular assessments of single stream recycling showed that over a third of loads were contaminated and unable to be cleanly recycled. By re-partnering with the SWA, the City of Lake Worth will see economic savings as well as benefit from the SWA’s Recycling Revenue Share Program.

Recycling efforts through the SWA go back into the local community as a Revenue Share. Since 2010, local municipalities have shared almost $9.3 million in recycling revenue. Lake Worth will now be a part of this program, and benefit from the sale of recyclables.

The SWA has operated a two-bin recycling system since the late 1980s, keeping paper separated from dirty food and drink containers. This ensures that the paper that is recovered is very clean and has a higher value, while wasting as little as possible.

The City of Lake Worth remains committed to environmentally conscious living. An effective recycling program is an important part of that commitment along with our progressive projects such as our Municipal Solar Energy Field, Low Impact LED lighting, and our continued work with the Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center on capturing the energy of the Gulf Stream current. We look forward to partnering with the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County to provide a more efficient and lower cost recycling program to all residents.

Located in central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with an individualistic style.  People are drawn to the city by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.

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Mexican Drug Cartels Using Unaccompanied Children to carry drugs across the border


Border Patrol agents in South Texas arrested three unaccompanied minors being used by Mexican cartels to smuggle marijuana across the Rio Grande River. The actions are indicative of the types of abuses put upon Central American juveniles who are being put through the human smuggling process.

Read about it...

BUILD THE WALL, and one they can't climb over!

Friday, July 20, 2018

Sunset 7-20-18

Parking rate at Lake Worth goes up on August 1

Wow--the city couldn't even wait for the next budget year. The parking rate is going up in 12 days! Great going Commissioners. The press release says that the city is always exploring new ways to better serve the people.  Are you kidding me?

July 20, 2018

Contact:          Larry D.  Lightfoot, Parking Enforcement Manager
Phone:             561.533.7383
Email:              llightfoot@lakeworth.org  

WHAT:           CITY OF LAKE WORTH FEE PARKING/PAY BY PLATE PARKING RATE INCREASE
WHEN:           AUGUST 1, 2018
WHERE:         LAKE WORTH BEACH PARKING              
WHO:              ALL RESIDENTS AND VISITORS
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:      

Lake Worth, Florida – Effective August 1, 2018 the City of Lake Worth hourly rate for parking in all beach lots will increase from $2.00 to $3.00 per hour.

To provide a more user friendly and simplified parking experience, the City of Lake Worth has also implemented a pay-by-plate parking management system in all beach and boat ramp lots. This system allows customers to pay for parking spaces by using their plate numbers at meters rather than having to note their space number. Customers may also add time and pay for parking on their phones by using the Parkmobile app which provides the convenience of not having to return to feed the meter.

The City of Lake Worth continues to explore new ways to better serve residents and visitors to ensure the Lake Worth Beach and the Lake Worth Casino Complex remain some of Palm Beach County’s best public beach locations.

Located in central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with an individualistic style.  People are drawn to the city by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.

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Sacred Heart School's Organic Garden

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sacred Heart School
410 North M Street
Lake Worth, FL  33460
 561-582-2242

The William B. Finneran Montessori Academy of Sacred Heart School’s Organic Garden, from seed to table!

Lake Worth, Florida, USA – Friday, July 18, 2018 – School gardens are gaining popularity across the country. This is no different at the William B. Finneran Montessori Academy of Sacred Heart School in Lake Worth, Florida where most of the students take ownership of their From Seed to Table Organic Garden Program. In conjunction with the garden, the school introduced its FREE organic breakfast and lunch program last year.

In 2017, a group of parents and alumni designed and now manage the whimsical storybook themed garden. The garden gives a nod to books such as Dr. Seuss, Jack in the Beanstalk, The Ugly Duckling, and more. The school uses the garden in conjunction with their S.T.R.E.A.M. curriculum. “The garden offers an opportunity for the children to experience what they learned in class. That is why the children call it their outdoor science lab”, detailed Principal Tamposi. The children consume what they grow or take it home in the hope of introducing their parents to healthy eating.

“I believe that eating healthy is a learned behavior, and. Sacred Heart School introduced our organic garden in conjunction with our free or reduced organic breakfast and lunch program and it has been a total success”, stated Principal Candace Tamposi.

Principal Tamposi admits that the process of getting FREE organic breakfast and lunch programs in place was involved but well worth it.

Changing their palate to healthy eating needed to start with what we offered at school. Therefore, Principal Tamposi took the snack machines out and banned processed foods. The children were skeptical at first but halfway through the first year, the children started to use terms like natural sugar foods and low-fat foods.

The children are growing Strawberries, papayas, banana, blue berries, breadfruit, avocado, sweet potato, cabbage, several kinds of tomatoes, lettuce, several kinds of beans, cilantro, basil, rosemary, mint, red & yellow bell peppers, lemongrass, garlic chives radishes, and chickpeas.

“You cannot expect a child to learn on an empty stomach.” Principal Tampo

Child amazed at size of cabbage--

Tattoo Parlors in Lake Worth

Lake Worth says no more tattoo shops, ponders downtown’s future

Mayor, you can't really believe what you said? I'm with you commissioner Maxwell. NO more tattoo parlors especially in the downtown. This never should have been allowed. People are really disgusted about what is happening in the downtown and many are staying away or moving out. And if you don't believe me, talk to some of the merchants.

Read the article...

Housing Projects coming to Lake Worth

"There are currently five other housing projects underway or near completion in Lake Worth other than Lake Cove community, a 59 single-family home subdivision being built on a 12-acre site on 19th Avenue North, just north of Vernon Heights..
  • The One, a 14-unit, four-story condo on South Palmway and Lake Avenue that is 60 percent sold and due to be completed in August.
  • Banyan Court Apartments, a 3-story complex on North A Street that will include 85 1- and 2-bedroom units.
  • Adopt-A-Family is building a 14-unit housing development at North A Street and 3rd Avenue North by 2020.
  • The MID, a 230-unit project at 1601 N. Dixie Highway received an economic development incentive from the city in May, with staff still awaiting for submission of the major site plan.
  • Golden Roads, a 189-unit apartment complex on the north side of 10th Avenue, just west of Boutwell Road."
Can you even imagine all the traffic on A Street and 10th Avenue North once some of these developments are built?  Holy Moly.  And who pays for all this infrastructure? As far as the crime addressed in this article, commissioners just ignore those sections of Lake Worth and you never see PBSO until AFTER the fact.

Read about it... at The Palm Beach Post

Border Apprehensions of Ilegals on Rise

Border apprehensions of migrant families have risen substantially so far in 2018

The United States apprehended nearly 49,000 family members at the U.S.-Mexico border between January and June of this year – more than twice as many as during the same time period last year, and the highest number during any January-June period since at least 2012, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Customs and Border Protection data. [Rasmussen]

Family members as a share of all border apprehensions was (24%) over this period compared with the past six years.

Socialists don't know squat

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Sunset 7-19-18

Quote of the Day - Rand Paul

“It makes me wonder whether he should be getting a government pension if he is going to be disrespecting The Commander and Chief, calling the president treasonous. That is as about over the top as you can imagine."

 ~ Sen. Rand Paul
speaking about John Brennan's outrageous and disgusting political comment toward President Trump

A few photos at the Lake Worth Casino today

I bet Kilwins and other merchants at the beach won't be too happy about parking rates going up to $3 an hour in the next budget.

Mulligans has new outside tables with No Smoking signs on them--good!

This is one living thing that won't give a hoot about parking rates.

National Guard arresting Illegals

National Guard Aided Arrest Of 10,000 Deportable Aliens

By 1600 Staff
President Trump’s recent deployment of the National Guard has led to nearly 11,000 arrests.

Read the Washington Examiner