Palm Beach County is governed by some long-serving and well-liked administrators. One such public servant, retiring county administrator Robert Weisman, is being honored in a few different ways for his twenty-plus years of leadership. In addition to a retirement party, he was later told that a street near the fairgrounds and a picnic table would be named in his honor. On top of that, the County Governmental Center in downtown West Palm Beach will also be named after him as the Palm Beach County Robert Weisman Governmental Center. In response, Weisman has been quoted as saying, "I have been overwhelmed. I love working for the county. ... I like doing good things for people.” Weisman had been at the job since 1991 and was responsible for managing the county's $4 billion budget and 6,000 employees. He considered his job to be a "bridge" between the county commission and the thousands of staff he managed. Read the full article here: Palm Beach County renames building in Weisman's honor

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