BOCA RATON, Fla. - A Boca Raton tennis program is receiving national attention. The Patch Reef Park wheelchair tennis program received the grassroots program of 2017 from the United States Tennis Association. The award comes with great pride from the 20-year-old program. “I think people are surprised at the quality of the play,” said Boca Raton Tennis Center Administrator Jim Tierney. The players don’t let their wheelchairs slow them down and like to stay competitive.
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - The city of Boynton Beach has given the final OK for the $118 million Town Square project. The project is set to redevelop the area around the current city hall. Plans include new city buildings, new residential units, a parking garage, and the remolded historic high school. The project will be funded by the city's CRA and a bond. Construction for the project is set to begin in July.City hall and Boynton Beach police will relocate during construction.
BOCA RATON, Fla.-- The Greater Boca Raton Beach and Parks District wants to open a public golf course in the city. With a $24 million investment, the city and the Beach and Parks district have bought the Ocean Breeze Golf Course. The city is helping finance the project with a $20 million bond that the district will pay back annually. The district will hear from 17 architecture firms on plans for the public golf course; they will also have a public input meeting next Monday.
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