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Tequesta, Florida is located in Palm Beach County. Zip codes in Tequesta, FL include 33469. The median home price in Tequesta is $339,000 which is roughly $180/per square foot. More Tequesta information.

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Yesterday | Palm Beach Post

Congressional candidate says he doesn't recall voting for $3 million stimulus project

So it was odd to see the Palm Beach County Tea Party endorse Republican Calvin Turnquest 's congressional bid last week and mention that Turnquest, one of the group's board members, was "instrumental" in bringing $3 million in stimulus money to Tequesta in 2009 for a bridge project.

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Mon Jul 14, 2014

WPBF

Tequesta officials want propane tank removed

Tequesta officials are sharing concern over a 30 thousand gallon propane tank that is sandwiched between railroad tracks and homes.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

WPTV Local News

Boil water advisory for village of Tequesta

The village of Tequesta is under a boil water advisory starting Saturday morning for the next 24-48 hours, due to a loss of water pressure.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Palm Beach Post

Tequesta to consider property tax increase

A property tax increase of about $60 would be paid by the owner of a house assessed at $300,000 under the proposed plan to be considered at the Thursday, July 10, 6 p.m. village council meeting.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Palm Beach Post

Opponents to All Aboard Florida want Jupiter council's support to be stronger

The Jupiter town council's proposed resolution critical of All Aboard Florida isn't tough enough, says the founder of Florida NOT All Aboard "The council seems hesitant to take a strong stand.

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Sat Jun 28, 2014

The Island Packet

Mooring field costs rise, number of buoys falls

American Underwater Contractors of Tequesta, Fla., began installing the anchors in April, but as the work moves closer to the center of the Beaufort River, the company is finding that there is not enough mud in some areas to provide a solid base.

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

TCPalm

Tequesta mayor concerned emergencies like propane leak could halt...

The leak of a 30,000-gallon propane tank that began Thursday afternoon triggered evacuations and shut down the Florida East Coast Railway between Miami and Jacksonville, officials said Friday.

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WPBF

Overnight propane gas leak capped in Tequesta

A Tequesta neighborhood is back to normal following an overnight propane gas leak that forced thousands of people in two counties to evacuate.

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Palm Beach Post

Snorkeling tours available at Coral Cove Park in Tequesta

Bill DiPaolo is a native of Boston. Since 1980, he has covered police, politics, trends and just about everything else for Florida newspapers in Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Pensacola and West Palm Beach.

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Thu Jun 26, 2014

WPTV Local News

Tequesta propane leak forces evacuations

A propane leak in Tequesta forced police to evacuate thousands of people Thursday afternoon.

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CBS Local

Gas Leak Forces Evacuations In Treasure Coast City

Police said the LP tank began to leak Thursday while workers were filling it up at 901 Old Dixie Highway, a quarter mile south of County Line Road in Tequesta.

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WPTV Local News

Gas leak forces evacuation in Tequesta

He said a 30,000 gallon LP tank is leaking near railroad tracks at 950 Old Dixie Highway in Tequesta.

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TCPalm

Good News for local pet lovers ...

PROVIDED PHOTO/FURRY FRIENDS "Angel" was rescued, pictured, and saved by the Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic.

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Tue Jun 24, 2014

Miami New Times

Roman Ruins in Downtown Miami Hoax Debunked

The story flooded Facebook feeds all over South Florida last week. Topped with a photo of a construction site filled with tall, dusty pillars, it boasted of a remarkable discovery: ancient Roman ruins discovered right in downtown Miami.

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Palm Beach Post

Rooney's restaurant closed in Jupiter's Abacoa

Rooney's Public House is closed after 14 years as one of the most popular restaurants in Jupiter's Abacoa.

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Mon Jun 23, 2014

CBS Local

Glow Sticks Illuminate Native American Village In Miami

Archaeologist Bob Carr led a handful of students in placing 400 glow sticks in the postholes that form one of roughly 10 circular features in a vacant lot spanning half a city block destined to become a hotel and entertainment complex.

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Miami New Times

Sorry Miami, That Story About 'Roman Ruins' Discovered Downtown Is A Lie

The story flooded Facebook feeds all over South Florida last week . Topped with a photo of a construction site filled with tall, dusty pillars, it boasted of a remarkable discovery: ancient Roman ruins discovered right in downtown Miami.

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