What’s new for this vacant day care spot on Alt. A1A in Jupiter?

The two-acre Bell’s mobile home park, with prime waterway access to the Jupiter Inlet, has been purchased for about $1.8 million by Bjarne Borg, co-founder of the Stockholm-based Index International AB, an international entrepreneurial company which has an office in Jupiter. The native of Sweden also owns two adjacent acres to Bell’s.

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Few closings on Treasure Coast after government shut down

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While the government shutdown, which took affect early Saturday morning, may be wreaking havoc in other parts of the U.S., the Treasure Coast is largely unaffected.

Many agencies run by the federal government in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties will continue to run despite the shutdown. 

According to USA TODAY, federal workers deemed “essential” will continue working, while other agencies will use residual funding to stay up an running as long as possible.

Law Enforcement

Law enforcement entities have been deemed essential by the national government, and will stay open regardless of a timeline for passing a new spending bill. That includes the U.S. Coast Guard’s Fort Pierce station, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s office in Port St. Lucie and the F.B.I.’s Fort Pierce office.

The U.S. District Court in Fort Pierce will stay open until Feb. 9, according to a statement from the U.S. Court System.. 

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Vero Beach, though, would close its office.

What’s open/closed: Federal government shutdown on Treasure Coast: What would close? What would stay open?

More: Government enters partial shutdown mode after Congress fails to agree on spending bill

Parks and Refuges

Saturday morning, the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge remained open, though a spokesperson said that may change.

The Pelican Island Wildlife Sanctuary was also open Saturday morning.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area is expected to stay open through the duration of the shutdown.

Other services

The U.S. Postal Service will continue to deliver mail throughout the shut down.

Social security checks will also continue to make their way out to recipients. Medicare and Medicaid services will not stop either.

Those seeking care at a veterans’ hospital will still be able to get it.

Air traffic controllers will still be on the job during the shutdown to keep airports up and running, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

The Army Corps of Engineers will keep navigations facilities in St. Lucie and Port Mayaca locks up and running.

Bohatch is a breaking news reporter at TCPalm. Contact Bohatch at 772-692-8998 or emily.bohatch@tcpalm.com. Twitter: @emilybohatch

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Girls soccer: Lake Worth Christian improves to 17-1

Jupiter 3, Stuart-South Fork 0: Isabella Benevente, Makenzie Blaser and Brielle Pierce each scored a goal and Julia Cain earned the shutout as the Warriors (13-4) stopped the Bulldogs in Jupiter.

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Here’s What To Expect At This Year’s Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival

Here’s What To Expect At This Year’s Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival

Three cheers for good beer! The 12th annual Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival is coming to town Jan. 27 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Roger Dean Stadium. 

Enjoy the ever-growing world of craft brewing by sampling beer from some of South Florida’s top breweries, as well as from national brands. Guests will have access to unlimited samples of the drinks, as well as live music performed by local entertainment. 

Around 50 brewers will be in attendance with over 175 craft beers, including ales, lagers, lights to darks and everything in between. Brewers participating in the event include local favorites Civil Society Brewing, Copperpoint Brewing, Dixie Grill and Bar, Funky Buddha, Inlet Brewing Company and Tequesta Brewing Company.

Guests will also be able to participate in a silent disco, in which people dance to music listened to on individual, wireless headphones. Rather than using a speaker system, music is broadcast via radio transmitter with the signal being picked up by the headphones.

Advance tickets can be bought online for $33 and are $35 at the door (cash only). A portion of the proceeds from Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival will be donated to the Autism Project of Palm Beach County. 

To find out more about the Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival, or to purchase tickets, visit jupitercraftbrewersfestival.com.

4751 Main St., Jupiter; jupitercraftbrewersfestival.com

Photo via Facebook/Jupiter Brewfest

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Palm Beach County Welcomes Baseball Fans With Spring Training And Culture

LAKE WORTH, Fla., Jan. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – Palm Beach County, the Spring Training home of four major league baseball teams including the World Series champions Houston Astros, invites visitors to ‘come for the baseball and stay for the arts’ by rolling out the red carpet for fans and their families with outdoor festivals, art, performances, nature adventures and, of course, the region’s famous giant sea turtles.

The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach is Spring Training home to the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals.  Further north in Jupiter, Roger Dean Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins.  Both venues are located near Palm Beach County parks, nature trails, arts venues and cultural institutions that are planning special family-friendly activities this spring.

Here are some of the experiences awaiting Astros and Nationals fans near the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach:

Be an astronaut for the day at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach. During this exhibit, which runs through April 22, find out what it takes to be a space explorer as you get hands-on experiences in 26 exhibits that reveal the physical and psychological effects of living in space.

Stop by the Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society in West Palm Beach and get up close and personal with some of your favorite animals – from sloths and koalas to pink flamingoes. You can also help ring in the Chinese New Year at the annual celebration of Dragonfest. Held on February 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the festival will include a DJ, crafts, face painting, Dragon and Lion Dances by John Wai Kung Fu Academy, and a martial arts demonstration.

Experience Festival of the Arts BOCA — The Festival’s 12th year kicks off February 24 and will run through March 4 at Mizner Park in Downtown Boca Raton. Among this year’s performers are Kathleen Battle, Itzhak Perlman and Bill Murray.

At the world-famous Lake Worth Street Painting Festival on February 24-25, artists transform the streets of Downtown Lake Worth into works of art.  There will be more than 600 artists on the pavement, music on the mainstage, restaurants, shops, and much more for art lovers of all ages to enjoy.  

Learn about the giant sea turtles that emerge from the ocean every year to nest on Palm Beach County beaches, at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton.  On February 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the Sea Turtle Day Festival will be a family day of environmental education, live animal presentations, face painting, aquarium feedings, children’s theater, guided boardwalk tours, kids’ crafts and more.

Visitors should not miss the large-scale CANVASTM Outdoor Museum murals by street artists from around the world, in the West Palm Beach Arts Entertainment District and nearby Downtown Lake Worth.

Farther north, here are some of the experiences and art activities near Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter:

From March 6-25, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter presents Rogers and Hammerstein’s Tony Award winning musical, South Pacific.

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in North Palm Beach hosts daily nature walks, kayak rentals, and live bluegrass music on the second and third Sunday of each month.  On March 3 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., the community outdoor festival Naturescaping features native plant vendors, food trucks, a kayaking obstacle course, paddle boarding, live music and more.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is on the National Register of Historic Places, one of only three Designated Outstanding National Areas in the U.S. and the only unit of the National Conservation Lands east of the Mississippi River.  The site will host Sea Fest for Kids on February 24, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. — a family day on the waterfront with sea-inspired education and adventures for kids to celebrate Jupiter’s coastal heritage and history. The fun-filled fest will include live music, story-telling, crafts, demonstrations, Lighthouse tours, kid-friendly food trucks and more.

Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta will host its annual Plein Air Festival March 3-11. Observe artists painting at locations in Palm Beach and Martin Counties. After viewing, festival attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the paintings at the ArtCenter Gallery. There will be artists’ demonstrations and workshops, as well as a special ticketed VIP Collectors’ Reception.

Artfest by the Sea in Juno Beach takes place March 10-11, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This annual springtime gathering for Juno Beach locals and art lovers features more than 300 exhibitors displaying a variety of works from sculpture to jewelry and photography.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a major sea turtle rehabilitation and educational facility in Juno Beach. The oceanside facility will host its 15th Annual TurtleFest on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event features up-close interactions with threatened and endangered sea turtles, as well as music, art, shopping, educational presentations and games.

For more information on these and other outstanding cultural events in The Palm Beaches, visit palmbeachculture.com/events for a complete calendar of cultural experiences.  

About Florida’s Cultural Capital®   
The Palm Beaches is a collection of 39 cities and towns stretching from Boca Raton to Jupiter and Tequesta, with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches and sophisticated art and culture. The destination has more than 200 cultural organizations that produce 42,000 events, exhibitions and performances annually.

The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is the official support agency for arts and culture in The Palm Beaches, Florida’s Cultural Capital®. Headquartered in the historic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building in Downtown Lake Worth, the Council presents exhibitions and performances featuring artists who live or work in Palm Beach County. The building also serves as a VISIT FLORIDA-designated Florida Certified Tourism Information Center, a helpful resource for visitors. The Council’s complimentary Cultural Concierge program provides visitors with expert recommendations, custom itineraries and enhanced access to local events and venues. Call 833-PBC-ARTS or visit palmbeachculture.com/concierge.

CONTACT
Judith Czelusniak
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(561) 471-1602

 

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Palm Beach County Welcomes Baseball Fans With Spring Training And Culture

The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach is Spring Training home to the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals.  Further north in Jupiter, Roger Dean Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins.  Both venues are located near Palm Beach County parks, nature trails, arts venues and cultural institutions that are planning special family-friendly activities this spring.

Here are some of the experiences awaiting Astros and Nationals fans near the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach:

Be an astronaut for the day at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach. During this exhibit, which runs through April 22, find out what it takes to be a space explorer as you get hands-on experiences in 26 exhibits that reveal the physical and psychological effects of living in space.

Stop by the Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society in West Palm Beach and get up close and personal with some of your favorite animals – from sloths and koalas to pink flamingoes. You can also help ring in the Chinese New Year at the annual celebration of Dragonfest. Held on February 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the festival will include a DJ, crafts, face painting, Dragon and Lion Dances by John Wai Kung Fu Academy, and a martial arts demonstration.

Experience Festival of the Arts BOCA — The Festival’s 12th year kicks off February 24 and will run through March 4 at Mizner Park in Downtown Boca Raton. Among this year’s performers are Kathleen Battle, Itzhak Perlman and Bill Murray.

At the world-famous Lake Worth Street Painting Festival on February 24-25, artists transform the streets of Downtown Lake Worth into works of art.  There will be more than 600 artists on the pavement, music on the mainstage, restaurants, shops, and much more for art lovers of all ages to enjoy.  

Learn about the giant sea turtles that emerge from the ocean every year to nest on Palm Beach County beaches, at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton.  On February 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the Sea Turtle Day Festival will be a family day of environmental education, live animal presentations, face painting, aquarium feedings, children’s theater, guided boardwalk tours, kids’ crafts and more.

Visitors should not miss the large-scale CANVASTM Outdoor Museum murals by street artists from around the world, in the West Palm Beach Arts Entertainment District and nearby Downtown Lake Worth.

Farther north, here are some of the experiences and art activities near Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter:

From March 6-25, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter presents Rogers and Hammerstein’s Tony Award winning musical, South Pacific.

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in North Palm Beach hosts daily nature walks, kayak rentals, and live bluegrass music on the second and third Sunday of each month.  On March 3 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., the community outdoor festival Naturescaping features native plant vendors, food trucks, a kayaking obstacle course, paddle boarding, live music and more.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is on the National Register of Historic Places, one of only three Designated Outstanding National Areas in the U.S. and the only unit of the National Conservation Lands east of the Mississippi River.  The site will host Sea Fest for Kids on February 24, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. — a family day on the waterfront with sea-inspired education and adventures for kids to celebrate Jupiter’s coastal heritage and history. The fun-filled fest will include live music, story-telling, crafts, demonstrations, Lighthouse tours, kid-friendly food trucks and more.

Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta will host its annual Plein Air Festival March 3-11. Observe artists painting at locations in Palm Beach and Martin Counties. After viewing, festival attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the paintings at the ArtCenter Gallery. There will be artists’ demonstrations and workshops, as well as a special ticketed VIP Collectors’ Reception.

Artfest by the Sea in Juno Beach takes place March 10-11, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This annual springtime gathering for Juno Beach locals and art lovers features more than 300 exhibitors displaying a variety of works from sculpture to jewelry and photography.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a major sea turtle rehabilitation and educational facility in Juno Beach. The oceanside facility will host its 15th Annual TurtleFest on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event features up-close interactions with threatened and endangered sea turtles, as well as music, art, shopping, educational presentations and games.

For more information on these and other outstanding cultural events in The Palm Beaches, visit palmbeachculture.com/events for a complete calendar of cultural experiences.  

About Florida’s Cultural Capital®   
The Palm Beaches is a collection of 39 cities and towns stretching from Boca Raton to Jupiter and Tequesta, with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches and sophisticated art and culture. The destination has more than 200 cultural organizations that produce 42,000 events, exhibitions and performances annually.

The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is the official support agency for arts and culture in The Palm Beaches, Florida’s Cultural Capital®. Headquartered in the historic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building in Downtown Lake Worth, the Council presents exhibitions and performances featuring artists who live or work in Palm Beach County. The building also serves as a VISIT FLORIDA-designated Florida Certified Tourism Information Center, a helpful resource for visitors. The Council’s complimentary Cultural Concierge program provides visitors with expert recommendations, custom itineraries and enhanced access to local events and venues. Call 833-PBC-ARTS or visit palmbeachculture.com/concierge.

CONTACT
Judith Czelusniak
Judith@palmbeachculture.com 
(561) 471-1602

 

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NEW: What’s in store for this vacant day care spot on A1A in Jupiter?

The two-acre Bell’s mobile home park, with prime waterway access to the Jupiter Inlet, has been purchased for about $1.8 million by Bjarne Borg, co-founder of the Stockholm-based Index International AB, an international entrepreneurial company which has an office in Jupiter. The native of Sweden also owns two adjacent acres to Bell’s.

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Lake Okeechobee not lone cause of Treasure Coast algae

Lake Okeechobee is not the lone culprit in the recurring algae blooms that plague Treasure Coast waterways, but an accomplice aided by thousands of nitrogen-spewing septic tanks, according to a recently published FAU study.

A peer-reviewed Florida Atlantic University paper that appeared in December’s issue of the journal Harmful Algae, says that algae in freshwater lake discharges grows exponentially when it reaches the St. Lucie River because of heavy nitrogen levels specific to septic tanks.

The fresh lake water weakens the brackish water ecosystem then the algae feeds on the reactive forms of nitrogen, such as ammonium and nitrate, that come from the tanks, according to the report.

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Brian LaPointe, lead author of the study and a research professor at FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, said the study was able to trace the nitrogen’s source not to fertilizer  — long blamed for the growth  — but to human sources.

Algae flows out of Lake Okeechobee on Friday, July 8. Photo by Palm Beach Post photographer Joe Forzano

“This is compelling evidence that the problem we are seeing with the algae blooms, even though they can originate in the lake and be carried into the estuary, is exacerbated by elevated nitrogen that is locally sourced from septic tanks,” LaPointe said. “Not to say there aren’t fertilizers there, but our work shows the wastewater signal is a major contributor supporting the bloom.”

Sucralose, an artificial sweetener, that was found in water samples was a key clue in identifying septic tanks as contributing factor. Sucralose is not broken down by the body, and “not used by cattle.”

LaPointe presented the research, which he said was paid for by the Martin County Utilities Department, at the National Harmful Algae Bloom conference in November.

Related: Would deep-water injection wells solve the Treasure Coast algae problem?

“Everyone wants to blame this on the farms and there is a lot of denial about the wastewater problem,” LaPointe said. “People overlook the role of population growth on the Indian River Lagoon, and a lot of that growth has relied on septic tanks.”

A 2015 study by LaPointe found there are more than 300,000 septic tanks in a five-county area between the Jupiter Inlet and the Ponce Inlet in Volusia County. But LaPointe said Monday it could be closer to 600,000 because decades-old septic tanks may not be recorded in county records.

“It’s too many people, and too much poop,” said Bill Louda, an FAU research professor who studies phosphorus and nitrogen amounts in Florida’s waterways. “Once the bloom is in the lake and it makes it into the estuaries it gets more nutrients from the septic tanks and that perpetuates it and lets it grow to tremendous proportions.”

LaPointe’s study of water quality in the St. Lucie Estuary has been ongoing, but the septic tank component came under fire in 2016 when a widespread algae bloom grew in the estuary after the Army Corps of Engineers began releasing Lake Okeechobee water to lessen pressure on the aging Herbert Hoover Dike.

The blame for the bloom was put squarely on Lake Okeechobee discharges, triggering legislation that fast-tracked the building of a new reservoir south of the lake to hold overflow instead of sending it east to the St. Lucie and west to the Caloosahatchee Estuary.

“It has long been thought that the algal blooms found in Lake Okeechobee, which are caused by pollution such as runoffs from farms, were solely responsible for driving the blooms and their toxins in the St. Lucie Estuary,” LaPointe said.

Treasure Coast environmentalists are skeptical of LaPointe’s findings, arguing the amount of nitrogen from septic tanks is miniscule compared to what’s coming from agriculture.

“It isn’t all about septic tanks,” said Mark Perry, executive director of the Florida Oceanographic Society in Stuart. “I don’t want to discount that they could be a problem if they are located in a bad area, but let’s not lose focus on the big problem and that is Lake Okeechobee discharges and agricultural runoff.”

But LaPointe argues it’s flawed to look at total nitrogen output because it’s only specific forms called “reactive nitrogen” that feed algae growth.

“The harmful blooms aren’t just in the St. Lucie Estuary, we are seeing problems up and down the Indian River Lagoon,” he said.

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UPDATE: Woman rescued from Atlantic near Jupiter’s Carlin Park

A woman was rescued from the Atlantic on Thursday morning off Carlin Park in Jupiter, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue said.

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Police find body at Jupiter Beach Park


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A body was found at the Jupiter Inlet on Saturday morning. Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death.




JUPITER, Fla. — Police are investigating the death of a person found at Jupiter Beach Park at the Jupiter Inlet.

Jupiter Police say they received a report about a person sleeping in the park. Upon investigation, officers learned the person was deceased.

This is a developing story. More information will be added as it becomes available.

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