Public meetings moved in Jupiter during $275,000 town hall renovations


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About $275,000 of work being done at Jupiter Town Hall

Jupiter town hall work to be done in September

July and August meetings of the town council, community redevelopment agency and planning and zoning commission will be held at the Community Center because of renovations in town hall council chambers.

The meetings at the community center are open to the public.

The $275,000 in town hall council chamber upgrades include new projection screens, internet access for council members, upgrades to the sound system, a new surface for the dais and other improvements.

Work is expected to be finished by Delray Beach-based Republic Construction Corp in early September, according to according to jupiter records.

For information, go to jupiter.fl.us.

The following meetings will be at the Jupiter Community Center:

Town Council

July 18 - Council meeting

July 27 - Council budget workshop

Aug. 3 - Council meeting

Aug. 15 - Council meeting

Community Redevelopment Agency

Aug. 9 - CRA meeting

Planning & Zoning

Aug. 8 - Commission meeting



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