At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on Oct. 6, 2015, Commissioner Taylor presented a proclamation declaring Nov. 24, 2015 as “Pie it Forward Day” in Palm Beach County... More
At the Board of County Commissioner meeting on Sept. 1, 2015, Commissioner Taylor presented a proclamation declaring October 2015 as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month”... More
On Saturday, August 15, District 7 Commissioner Priscilla Taylor and Palm Beach County officials joined with Gramercy Park residents to celebrate the grand opening of Gramercy Park with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, community get-together, and barbecue. A local DJ entertained the residents while the children hopped to the beats in a bounce house and enjoyed their new playground. Former District 7 Commissioner Addie Greene, the visionary of the park, was in attendance and the Sheriff's Police Athletic League gave tennis demonstrations to dozens of excited children and adults... More
Commissioner Taylor was recently appointed to serve as chair of the National Association of Counties (NACo) Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee for the 2015/2016 term... More
At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on July 7, 2015, Commissioner Priscilla A. Taylor presented a proclamation declaring August 1 – November 10, 2015 as "MBK Male Mentor Recruitment Period" in Palm Beach County... More
At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on July 7, 2015, Commissioner Priscilla A. Taylor (left) presented a proclamation to Port of Palm Beach Communications and Public/Media Relations representative Tara Monks congratulating the Port of Palm Beach on 100 Years of Community Support and Development... More
On June 24, Commissioner Priscilla Taylor joined officials with Palm Beach County Human Services, the Homeless Coalition and several provider agencies to celebrate three years of success at the Senator Philip D. Lewis Homeless Resource Center in West Palm Beach... More
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