Vote René Silvin on March 12th

Palm Beach has to continue carefully balancing its historical significance with forward looking, cost-effective modernization. René has successfully done so in his business career and as a Palm Beach Landmarks Preservation Commissioner. Now it’s time to add his talents to the Town Council.

Preserve our Town's Character & Charm...

by balancing iconic architecture and history, with the needs of a modern, forward-looking community

Carefully monitor the already committed large capital projects...

by controlling expenses and minimizing disruptions to our residents.

Address police, first responder and town staff attrition...

by bringing my experience motivating large, loyal staffs at an international company.


René Silvin is the leader Palm Beach needs

  • 5 years serving on Palm Beach’s Landmarks Commission
  • CEO with proven budget and staff management experience
  • Local Palm Beacher known for serving his community
  • 25 years in the investor-owned hospital industry, where he bought and/or built a network of 30 private hospitals in 10 countries (NYSE: AMI).
  • Author/historian who is considered a National authority on Addison Mizner & Mar-a-Lago.

René wants to hear your vision for our town. Contact him to discuss the issues that you care about. By phone: 561-284-3173 or by email:

How you can help.

Contribute to the campaign

Getting the word out is key to a successful campaign - and with your help we can ensure our message is heard throughout our town.

Host a meet & greet

René is looking to meet all members of our community to listen to their needs and share thoughts on Palm Beach's future.

Donate your time

Team René is growing every day. The more volunteers we have, the more citizens we can speak with.


Vote for a better way. Vote René.

René pledges to be a voice for fiscally wise managed change. He will balance Palm Beach’s remarkable history with the demands of contemporary life, while encouraging innovative ideas. His goal is to assist the town’s efforts to modernize, while listening to residents and their concerns.