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  • About Irela Bagué, president, Bagué Group

    About Irela Bagué, president, Bagué Group
    Ms. Bagué is a bilingual public affairs consultant and President & CEO of Bagué Group a strategic communications and consulting firm with over 20 years of experience in Florida with a broad range of experience in the areas of business development, public infrastructure, water & waste water resources, natural systems restoration, sustainable “green” initiatives, public involvement services, market research and government affairs.
  • County may allow GL Homes to pay to build more in the Ag Reserve

    County may allow GL Homes to pay to build more in the Ag Reserve
    As farmers, environmentalists and neighborhood groups debate the development future of Palm Beach County's Agricultural Reserve, GL Homes may get to pay for the chance to build even more homes than currently allowed there. A proposal going before the...

    Dry season is here, weather service says

    Dry season is here, weather service says
    South Florida's dry season, when afternoons are more filled with sun and blue skies than thunderstorms, has arrived – and almost right on schedule, the National Weather Service said Friday. "I would say the dry season started Thursday [Oct. 16],...

    Deluge turns Broward in 'one vast lake'

    Deluge turns Broward in 'one vast lake'
    The year 1947 was a rainy one, so rainy that Broward County, then mostly agricultural, was virtually drowned. The cause was a September hurricane which brought 155 mph winds and eight inches of rain. Another storm in October deposited 11 more inches...

    Concerns spark new round of canal tests

    Concerns spark new round of canal tests
    Jose Marquez attached a plastic vial to a long pole as a cluster of Deerfield Beach's Cove area residents looked on. Stretching the pole into the water, the staff engineer with South Florida Water Management District's Department of Environmental Resource...