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WEST PALM BEACH TO SET FUTURE COURSE OF MINORITY AND WOMEN BUSINESS PROGRAMS

The purpose of the study was to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the City’s current race- and gender-neutral practices and the need for continuation and/or development of new strategies to incorporate minorities and women into these practices.

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WPB EARNS TOP SCORE IN LGBTQ EQUALITY

City Earns Perfect Score on 6th Annual Human Rights Campaign Foundation MEI

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Officer Thomas Morash 2003
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  • Officer Thomas Morash
  • October 17, 2003

On October 17, 2003, Officer Thomas Morash was killed when his motorcycle struck a vehicle as he was responding to a call of a traffic accident. As he was driving south on Dixie Highway, a woman driving a Honda Civic turned into Officer Morash’s path. The impact catapulted Officer Morash from the seat of his 2003, Harley-Davidson Road King onto the pavement. Officer Morash was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center where he died from his injuries. The driver of the Honda was arrested and charged with driving without a valid driver license, causing a death, and violating the right of way. Officer Morash served the West Palm Beach Police Department since 1996, and previously served with the Fort Pierce Police Department. He is survived by his wife and daughter.