We Need a Resident Majority on City Council to deal with the concrete tsunami coming at Boca Raton. Elect Monica and Kim on March 13th.
Using Board of Education documents, Jack McWalter shows how, for 10 years or more, Boca's City Council passed the buck on school overcrowding and funded dozens of new schools outside of Boca.
Have you met yet? Are you going to publish a meeting schedule ? Have you put together a plan for Addison Mizner, Boca High, Verde, and the other Boca schools? Are you going to expand to a second group of 7 concerned residents to help provide solutions as recommended by Councilman Singer? Are you going [...]
Armand Grossman for dummies. Monica Mayotte is the only choice for Seat D and Jack tells us why.
In this Listen Up Boca! episode, Jack takes apart the Hidden Valley Golf course problem and how to solve it.
Publisher’s Comment: Overdevelopment, the leading issue in last year’s City Council elections, is back again…This time, however, it is complicated by school overcrowding, overcrowding that is a direct result of unbridled growth unabashedly requested by the developer and unequivocally granted by the ‘developer friendly current and past City Councils. City councils comprised of elected officials [...]
Overdevelopment is a common theme throughout Boca Raton. From our schools to our downtown, we are becoming a city that has reached maximum capacity. This will continue to plague Boca, unless we can get Monica Mayotte elected to the City Council. Jack is here with more on the subject.
The entire city of Boca Raton, but especially the downtown area, is being overrun by developers. Jack McWalter takes you through current development projects and the impact they will have on our city.
Tri-Rail stations can be funded by cities or government grants. BocaWatch researcher and commentator at large Jack McWalter highlights some serious problems other cities have had after accepting government grants. Jack also offers some solutions to the related MidTown development problem.
Publisher’s Comment: People are asking basic questions of who, what, where and how regarding the Tri-Rail Station anticipated for Midtown. In his recent commentary, ’Boca is NOT an Urban Experiment, BocaWatch’s commentator-at-large, Jack McWalter, begins to lay bare some possibilities for the Crocker development team’s quest for 2500 units. Part 1 of the series starts [...]