BocaWatch commentator Jack McWalter talks about the problems with the sales tax increase that went into affect this year in Palm Beach County. He gives you the facts to let you draw your own conclusions about the 1 cent increase.
Jack McWalter is back to discuss a major issue within Boca Raton - the Midtown rezoning project. Crocker developers are asking to rezone the area, which includes Paradise Palms, Boca Bath and Tennis and Boca Verde, to allow 2,500 more housing units. Recently the developers held a presentation that included input from the residents. With most [...]
Jack McWalter is back to discuss BocaWatch's plans for 2017. We want to increase our viewership by adding more value to BocaWatch, working closely with the city, keeping readers abreast of Downtown Boca projects and tracking our tax dollars. Stay tuned - we have a lot more coming your way!
Though BocaWatch commentator Jack McWalter is relived the election is behind us, he does have a few predictions for 2017-2018. Despite a tough race, he feels Boca Raton residents are lucky to have a pretty solid line-up of City Council members, especially when compared to other cities.
There are lot of things going on in Boca Raton that residents need to be aware of. BocaWatch commentator Jack McWalter is here to uncover "The Big Con" in Boca by lifting the curtain on the downstream consequences of a city government that goes against the will of the people. He then calls out the [...]
This is THE "must see" commentary of the election season. Jack calls out the PACs on last week's false and disgusting campaign mailers. He also brought his easel out again and explains the coming impact of Boca's building binge on our schools.
Our BocaWatch commentator Jack McWalter is back to address more issues facing the residents of Boca Raton. In this video, he will touch on three important points. These include Haynie's Law, as well as the overwhelming traffic and parking problems impacting our city.
Bocawatch commentator Jack McWalter is back to recap the candidates forum hosted last week by the Federation of Boca Raton Homeowners Associations. The event gave residents an opportunity to hear from the city council and mayoral candidates regarding why they are running & their visions for our city.
Jack McWalter reports on last week's Midtown meeting and lifts the curtain on the developer's intimidation tactics and efforts to get deviations above established limits.
Special interests try to disrupt democratic process