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PALM BEACH COUNTY – Effective immediately, all boat ramps and marinas will be closed to all recreational boating activities to include boat launching, in/out storage activities, and boat rentals in Palm Beach County until further notice.Licensed commercial fishermen who provide food for restaurants and markets, commercial marine operations, and support services are permitted to operate.This order is necessary in response to people gathering in large groups on the sandbars, Intracoastal lands and waterways without observing social distancing to prevent community spread of COVID-19. Marina supply, fueling and service activities necessary to support commercial fishing and commercial marine operations may continue to operate.Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies will be enforcing the closures and monitoring waterways.Closures are being ordered in Palm Beach County and counties to the south to prevent large group gatherings and to protect the health of residents during this emergency. Current guidelines call for gatherings to be limited to groups of 10 or fewer with social distancing of six feet apart. These actions are necessary to slow the community spread of COVID-19.
Matt Loede Related TopicsLebron James Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. While the world awaits the decision of Cavs star LeBron James on if he will stay in Cleveland or not, there has been some changes in his social media profile on Twitter and Instagram.James switched out his avi on Twitter and Instagram a picture of him as a young man. He’s also switched his Twitter header from the Cavs’ championship parade back in 2016 to Akron related photos.Let the speculation begin.Free agency is a week away, and everything that LeBron does is going to be put under a magnifying glass, and this latest move is just yet another reason for folks to be talking about what James is going to do next.LeBron James Has Made Some Big Changes To His Social Media PagesLeBron has made his avi on Twitter and Instagram a picture of him as a young man. He’s also switched his Twitter header from the #Cavs’ championship parade to Akron related photos.The speculation begins #NBA pic.twitter.com/X4nCSiccyo— NBA News Videos (@NBANewsVideos) June 24, 2018
The home side touched down for a second half try, courtesy of hooker Rob Hawkins in a 16-21 defeat.Video courtesy of Premiership Rugby.
Veltman agreed a three-year contract with the Premier League side.The 28-year-old helped Ajax win the Dutch title three times after coming through the club’s vaunted academy.“We’re delighted to welcome Joel to the club,” Brighton boss Graham Potter said.“He has terrific experience from his time with Ajax including the Champions League and, of course, with the Dutch national team.“He’s an excellent defender who can play at right-back and at centre-half, but he’s also comfortable in possession.“He is really looking forward to the challenge of playing in the Premier League and we’re delighted he is now a Brighton player and we’re looking forward to working with him.”Capped 22 times by Holland, Veltman was part of the 2014 World Cup squad and also played in Ajax’s Europa League final defeat to Manchester United in 2017.He becomes the second arrival at the AMEX Stadium this week after England midfielder Adam Lallana joined the Seagulls following his departure from Liverpool.