The ancient bones of Palm Beach County's first humans could be buried in land trenched for tilling at Callery-Judge Grove - a farm that could become a sprawling housing development.
Not so fast, says the man who co-owns the land. Co-owner Nat Roberts' archaeologist determined that the site has been farmed too much to win the designation. And as far as the park goes, Roberts' long-standing plan calls for a water-cleansing flow way to be built there.
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Ancient human remains may lie in Callery-Judge soil