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21 Sep 2017

Episode 3: “What Boca is Saying” Goes to our Waterfront Parks

By | September 21st, 2017|Categories: Videos|0 Comments

BocaWatch toured the waterside of Boca’s waterfront parks along the Intracoastal and asked the folks for their ideas, concerns and insights as to what should be done. Our videos and your comments have been received by the city’s consultant, EDSA, who did not participate in the voyage but has acknowledged our efforts. This episode covers [...]

18 Sep 2017

City 2017-2018 Budget Hearing Scheduled for Sept. 25!

By | September 18th, 2017|Categories: FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|0 Comments

With the final draft budget only being available for the last few weeks at best and the distraction of a Category 5 hurricane only now over, there was little if any time to digest the entire citywide budget and form probing questions to fully participate.  That is the overall circumstance we often operate under in [...]

18 Sep 2017

More Post-Storm Updates

By | September 18th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|1 Comment

PUBLISHER’S COMMENT: Admittedly, I was one of the evacuees from last week’s weather event. A family wedding in New Jersey took Yvonne and I away and Mother Nature prevented us from returning. Since returning on Friday evening and touring throughout our city, kudo are extended to the City Manager and staff for what is an [...]

14 Sep 2017

Post Storm UPDATE – City of Boca Raton

By | September 14th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|5 Comments

Beginning Tuesday our Sanitation Div. began regularly scheduled pick ups for HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE ONLY. Solid Waste Authority is not able to accept debris and recycling at this time. For safety reasons, we ask that you continue to keep your debris collection out of the streets. • The county-wide and city-wide curfew has been ended. • [...]

13 Sep 2017

Homeowner Association Responsibility

By | September 13th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|7 Comments

PUBLISHER’S COMMENT: I saw a recent post on social media that called attention to the role that HOAs have to the community they represent.  By publishing this comment below, BocaWatch, is hoping to encourage responsible residents to post similar situations in other neighborhoods and Homeowner Associations.  This first identified situation apparently has been an issue for years in [...]

13 Sep 2017

Episode 1: “What Boca is Saying” Goes to our Waterfront Parks

By | September 13th, 2017|Categories: Videos|0 Comments

PUBLISHER’S COMMENT: "The following video is the first in a series of segments profiling Boca Raton's Waterfront Parks.  The BW crew invited several residents and professionals for a boat tour on the Intracoastal to interview them for their insights on the possibilities making up Boca’s waterfront experience.  The parks are currently under a design initiative [...]

6 Sep 2017

God Speed….Be Safe!

By | September 6th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|0 Comments

With Hurricane Irma heading our way our focus is on safety. A hurricane can bring out the worst of Mother Nature and the best of Human Nature. Let your neighbors know your hurricane plans and know their plans as well. If you are evacuating, leave early. Lawn furniture or potted plants need to be stored, [...]

21 Aug 2017

SAVE THE DATE: Boca Raton’s Garden Club: Annual “Holiday House”

By | August 21st, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|0 Comments

Press Release: The Boca Raton Garden Club will present its annual Holiday House fundraiser on Friday , Saturday and Sunday Nov 3 – 5 2017 from 9AM to 3PM, in its clubhouse and gardens at 4281 NW 3rd Ave in Boca . Recently honored “Best Garden Club” in the Deep South Region of National Garden [...]

17 Aug 2017

Second Tri-Rail Station Coming to Boca Raton?

By | August 17th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|1 Comment

Publisher’s Comment: Jack McWalter, in his video commentaries, has been warning about the Midtown Boca developers’ efforts to have a second Tri-Rail station approved to support their efforts to cram 2500 new housing units in a remarkable small land area along the Military Trail corridor west of I-95. Up till now, it was thought that [...]

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