The City’s mission is to provide high-quality drinking water to all customers and to collect, treat and dispose of wastewater in an environmentally sound and cost-effective manner.
To that end, the City of BoyntonBeach Utilities Department is pleased to serve you. Our east water treatment plant, located at the corner of Seacrest Boulevard and Woolbright Road, can produce and distribute over 19 million gallons of water daily to more than 100,000 customers located in our service area.
WHEN: While diving October 21, 2000, I observed bleaching of Maze Coral (Meandrina meandrites) from Gulfstream Reef, north to Lynn's Reef off BoyntonBeach Fl.
WHERE: this reef system is located south of the Lake Worth Pier (Latitude 26° 36´ 42´´ N Longitude 080° 02´ 00´´ W) and approximately one mile south of the Boynton Inlet. The reef lies in 45-65 ft of water.
Located west of Military Trail on Le Chalet Boulevard in central BoyntonBeach between interstate I-95 and Turnpike
Center benefits from newly upgraded facades and landscaping 4,107 residences in gated residential communities within a 1 mile radius
ESL coursework provides students who want to learn English with 4 levels of classes: Beginning Low,
Beginning High, Intermediate Low, and Intermediate High/Advanced. After successful completion of
Intermediate High/Advanced, students are encouraged to enroll in the HiSET Preparation program, or Job Training programs offered at Long Beach School for Adults.
Optimal management of urologic malignancies often requires a multi-disciplinary team approach. Utilization of robotic surgery for management of urologic cancers has increased dramatically due to the myriad of benefits it offers both doctor and patient. Urologic Oncology and Robotic Surgery on the Beach 2015 will showcase the latest perspectives on management of prostate, kidney, bladder, and testicular cancer. In addition to live robotic surgeries, expert faculty will be on hand to present cutting edge information on the management of oncological diseases in conjunction with the latest developments in medical, interventional, and robotic therapeutic options. Attendees will be given ample opportunity to raise questions and engage in discussions related to the challenges they confront daily in the current healthcare environment.
sample statistics of percent sand and gravel and the D50 in order to summarize the overall core statistics.
The Coastal Engineering Design & Analysis System (CEDAS) modeling system (Veri-tech, Inc., 2012) was used to model potential changes to waves due to dredging. It consist of the Nearshore Evolution MOdeling System (NEMOS) and STWAVE. NEMOS is a set of computer codes that operates as a system to simulate the long-term evolution of the planform of the beach in response to wave conditions, coastal structures, and other engineering activity (e.g., beach nourishment). Within NEMOS, grids and spectral wave data are created for STWAVE . STWAVE uses a 2-D finite-difference representation of a simplified form of the spectral balance equation to simulate near-coast,
The way we satisfied the first main requirement of allowing the user to have a complete beach experience, is through the seat lowering mechanism. This subsystem came up through brainstorming ideas on how people enjoy the beach. These ideas included playing in the sand, lounging/sunbathing, and being in the water. Because all these activities involved being close to the ground, a lowered seat was designed. The low seat would allow the user to be close to the sand, lounge, and have a low center of gravity so that floating in the water would be possible. Because the user needs to be able to transfer easily into the device, the height of the seat had to be high and this resulted in a design that could adjust between the high and low positions. The second main requirement was that the device needs to able to be operated fairly independently. The features that we designed into the device to help satisfy this requirement was that it could fit into a minivan, was lightweight, and could be operated without too much difficulty. We were able to design the device to fit in a minivan by having detachable wheels and foldable parts. Lightweight construction was achieved by having a simple frame and selective materials. Operation of a wheelchair through sand is very difficult, so in order to have a device that could be used with only a little effort we decided on a hand crank as the operating mechanism with a gear ratio that made it easier to travel across sand.