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  • April Newsletter 2017
    TMS
    April 26,2017

    JOHNSON DAVIS

    We are excited about building a relationship with Johnson-Davis Inc. as we provide public involvement services for their Boynton Beach North and South Roads stormwater system repairs. Johnson-Davis Inc. has worked on underground utility projects since 1977, including storm drainage, water main, sanitary sewer, and force main, sheeting, and dewatering. The Boynton Harbor Estates Neighborhood experiences periodic roadway flooding, which has affected the residential property owners in the vicinity of North and South Roads. To improve the quality and reliability of the neighborhood utilities, the City of Boynton Beach will provide a new stormwater system that will collect the stormwater and discharge through shallow outfalls located along the north edge of North Road and at the southeast corner of the neighborhood. The project should be completed by late October 2017.

    For more information visit: www.johnsondavis.com


    MILLER PERMITTING

    Our latest collaboration with Miller Permitting is the proposed Allegro Inspired Senior Living Facility. Miller Permitting and Land Development, led by company President, Rebecca Miller, is a full-service land development and permitting company based in Florida's Treasure Coast with clients throughout South Florida. They provide overview, project management, permitting, public representation, and site plan submittals. We look forward to many more opportunities to deliver first rate results.


    POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE BALLROOM BLITZ: MAY 12, 2017

    We encourage you all to have fun and while helping the Police Athletic League (PAL) keep our kids safe. PAL is hosting a new Ballroom Blitz fundraiser Friday, May 12, 2017 to help fund the center. Put on your dancing shoes, and join the West Palm Beach PAL for a night of drinks and dancing at the Kravis Center. Six dancing couples (one amateur and one professional) will be competing in the ballroom dancing to become the top STARS. Cocktails:are served at 6:00 pm, Dinner and Dancing at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $150 each. PAL is a youth crime prevention program that relies heavily upon academics and recreational activities to create and maintain the bond between police officers and the kids of West Palm Beach. It's aim is to build self-esteem and resiliency in youth, and to provide positive alternatives to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, delinquency, violence, gang activity, and other negative behaviors. PAL reaches over 400 youth annually through our many different programs such as: football, cheer, youth leadership, basketball, baseball, wrestling, and various after school program.

    For more information visit: www.westpalmbeachpal.com


    SAFETY FIRST WITH CDM SMITH

    The Merchant Strategy is pleased to be working with our partners CDM Smith and Palm Beach County Utility Department on a new project to improve the long-term operability and reliability of the wastewater pipes in South Western Palm Beach County. During this project, the contractor will be inspecting the wastewater pipes and manholes with CCTV and cleaning them. We are excited to work with CDM Smith again as they have been great project partners for us for many years. We are using door hangers to make sure the residents are aware of the project progress and benefits.


    TMS PRESENTS CHECK TO KIDSANCTUARY CAMPUS

    TMS Vice President Laura South presented a check for $6,340.26 to the President and Founder of KidSanctuary Campus, Inc. Connie M. Frankino and Executive Director Marlo Massey. The check was from the silent auction proceeds collected at the 3rd Annual All About You conference for women. TMS and Dixie Visions Inc. raise money each year for local women and children's organizations. KidSanctuary Campus is building the fourth new cottage for boys on their property.

    For more information visit: www.kidsanctuarycampus.org


    BUCK'S CORNER: How I Spent My Spring Break Vacation: By Buck Merchant

    Hi, it's me, Buck. Mom says I should tell you all about my awesome vacation in Carolina Beach. We got to go for a whole week! No work at all! My Aunt Lisa and Uncle Chris drove me and my friend Tink up (ok, her real name is Tinkerbell Holland, but I call her Tink). It took all day long, so I just took a major power nap. Mom says I am a highly skilled napper. Whatever. I met new friends there and got to run on the beach every day - so cool. The water kept chasing me, but I got away. The coolest thing of all is that I got to go to a real bar! Mom and Aunt Lisa made friends with Miss Loretta - she owns the bar. Miss Loretta is kinda old, but she loooovves dogs, so I got to sit in the bar - Tink did too. It was cold there so I got to wear my super cool FSU jacket. Loved it! Hope we get to go back next year.


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