Some neighbors say Trump can legally live there because it is a members club.Palm Beach officials will formally discuss whether former President Donald Trump is allowed to remain living at his Mar a Lago resort in Florida after some of his neighbors complained that he wasn legally entitled to, because of a decades old agreement.Meeting notes for the Palm Beach town council meeting on February 9 show that officials are due to discuss the matter on Tuesday by video conference after a presentation on the subject from John C. Randolph, a town attorney.They say that a 1993 agreement converting the site from a private residence into a members club prevents the former president or anyone else from living there for more than three times a year for up to a week.Trump has lived at the luxury resort, which he billed his “winter White House,” since leaving office in January. He is a lifelong New Yorker but last year switched his primary residence from Trump Tower in Manhattan to Mar a Lago.

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Attendance at the August 25 Hall Oates concert at Breese Stevens is expected to be similar to that of large concerts earlier this summer. City Parking Enforcement Officers will again be conducting proactive patrol operations in the vicinity of the stadium and in parking ramps such as Festival Foods. Note that the Parking Enforcement Officers will be patrolling, but it is very important to call the non emergency MPD number (608 255 2345) to report blocked driveways and similar infractions.