Palm Beach County Mayor Berger: ‘State of County’ is ‘thriving”

Palm Beach County is on the move, attracting new business, and ready to get around to some much-needed handyman

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projects, County Mayor Mary Lou Berger said Wednesday at the annual “State of the County” breakfast of the Chamber of the Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

“This truly is, together as a community, a perfect place,” Berger told the gathering at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

In the last year, the county has experienced “record tourism and a robust real estate market,” Berger said.

And, herself hours removed from being reelected Tuesday as District 5 county commissioner, she cheered the passage of the 1-cent county sales tax surcharge for schools, roads and parks.

“We’re going to get that stuff done,” Berger said.

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