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Meeting Minutes <br />City Commission <br />Boynton Beach, Florida May 16, 2017 <br />Motion <br />Commissioner Casello moved to approve the agenda as amended. Commissioner <br />McCray seconded the motion <br />Vote <br />Unanimously passed. <br />2. OTHER <br />A. Informational items by Members of the City Commission <br />Vice Mayor Katz stated that he had no items to disclose <br />Commissioner McCray stated that he had no items to disclose; but he wanted to provide <br />some information to the Commission, Commissioner McCray stated that he was <br />contacted by a group from the St. Paul AME church because they wanted to do a clean- <br />up on MLK Blvd. The group is called Ment2Makelt, and they needed supplies for the <br />cleanup. The Commissioner wanted to thank Code and Mr. Livergood also, wanted to <br />let everyone know that the trash pickup is getting better. The littering is stopping. He <br />stated he did a resolution, along with a letter; regarding Mother Geneva Green Russell <br />was one of the pioneers in this City who lived to be over 100 years old, along with her <br />husband Bishop Russell, and their seven children. Commissioner McCray also stated <br />that he attended the body camera rollout. <br />Commissioner Romelus attended the press conference by Boynton Beach Police <br />Department regarding the roll out of the body cameras; this is a good move to continue <br />efforts in transparency and communications with the public; to continue to have good <br />relationship and to protect both the citizens and the police. She attended a TPS <br />(Temporary Protected Status) rally. This is an effort to raise awareness for the over <br />15,000 residents living in Palm Beach County with temporary protected status live in <br />fear, as the July 22, 2017 deadline looms over their head. Commissioner Romelus <br />attended the Boynton Beach Food, Wine and Brew festival, joined a dedicated group of <br />volunteers and cleaned up Boynton Beach Memorial Park, which is the cemetery on <br />Woodbright and Seacreast and wanted to thank Mr. Livergood for setting that up. She <br />attended the National Coalition for 100 black women at their annual hat and brim <br />luncheon to help bring awareness in every expect of our world, lastly she attended the <br />grand opening of Del Sol Bakery. Happy to see new businesses come to Boynton <br />Beach. <br />
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