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The Palm Coast Tennis Center is run by Kemper Sports, but it’s been a hotly discussed item by residents and city officials.
Now, city officials want to know how the Tennis Center can make the city money.
Kemper Sports will give a presentation at Tuesday’s City Council workshop. It is the second item on the agenda.
The first item is a presentation by the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce & Affiliates.
The City Council will set the preliminary tax rate as budget discussions ramp up heading into August.
Also at Tuesday’s workshop, the City Council will see a $330,412.50 contract to replace a major structure on Bird of Paradise and will also vote to renew a one-year agreement for the Business Assistance Center.
The meeting gets under way at 9 a.m. Tuesday, at City Offices, 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Suite B-106.
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22 Guided Prayer Vigil
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22 New Jersey Social Club Meeting
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22 Inter-Faith Theology Club Meeting
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The Flagler Palm Coast High School Future Business Leaders of America class donated $580 to Florida Hospital Flagler Foundation’s breast cancer fund, which provides screening mammograms, diagnostic studies and education to local qualified women who are uninsured and seeking assistance.
Florida Hospital Flagler gives $2,000 in scholarships
Florida Hospital Flagler's medical staff donated $2,000 in scholarships to four graduating high school students.
Premier: Rotary of Flagler County gets thumbs up
Also, Club President Rick Staly was recognized with a "Well Done" Award.