A majority of South Bay’s three-member city commission agreed Tuesday to let Palm Beach County take over the failing Glades Utility Authority, but county administrators have questioned whether the vote was legal.
The city commission voted 2-0 in favor of the take-over, a move city leaders say paves the way for the county to assume control of the nearly bankrupt utility. The commission’s newest member, Taranza McKelvin attended the meeting, but left the dais during the vote.
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