Henry Flagler, the oil baron who cut a railroad through Florida and brought Gilded Age glitz to Palm Beach, may also find a place at the state Capitol – 100 years after his death.
Legislation filed by two Palm Beach County lawmakers, Rep. Bill Hager, R-Boca Raton, and Sen. Joe Abruzzo, D-Wellington, would clear the way for a privately financed, life-size statue of Flagler in the courtyard between the Capitol building and Historic Capitol.
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