Jessica Gray

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About Jessica Gray

Originally from Nebraska, Jessica Gray has resided in east Boca Raton since 2004, living on the barrier island. Graduating Florida Atlantic University in 2009, Jessica has a degree in Business Marketing, and is a Managing Member at a software sales company. As a founder of Boca Save our Beaches, Jessica’s passions are animals and nature. She is adept in sustainability and looks to the future of Boca Raton.
13 Nov 2017

BocaWatch Satire: You Want to do What With our PARKS?” – Not Even Maybe!

By | November 13th, 2017|Categories: Cartoons|2 Comments

Publisher’s Comment: Development in our parks is unacceptable. The more people are learning of efforts to divert parkland, the more residents are organizing to have their concern and dismay heard. To elected officials that seem incapable to give the simple yes/no answer, hear this….Just say NO….No to the Chamber, No to the Developers, No to [...]

23 Oct 2017

BocaWatch Satire: Boca Residents’ Proverbial Doorway….Kick the Bum(s) Out!

By | October 23rd, 2017|Categories: Cartoons|0 Comments

Publisher’s Comment: In last week’s City Council meeting, incumbent Councilmembers Rodgers and Weinroth both invoked the BocaWatch coined phrase “resident friendly”.   Both are candidates for re-election in the March 2018 municipal elections and both are welcome to present their platforms supporting this invocation.  Invitations have been extended to both Rodgers and Weinroth to publish articles [...]

16 Oct 2017

Boca Beaches New Dune Line

By | October 16th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|2 Comments

PUBLISHER’S COMMENT; Residents have been up in arms about over-development in Boca Raton.  One of the most outrageous issue over the last year is the possible beach development at 2500 and 2600 N. Ocean (A1A)…..Hurricane IRMA has unequivocally demonstrated the folly of allowing development on Boca Raton’s beach.  Jessica Gray’s article below clearly shows how [...]

25 Sep 2017

Doing What We Do Best

By | September 25th, 2017|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|0 Comments

408 pounds of trash was removed from South Beach Park in Boca Raton on Saturday, September 23rd during International Coastal Cleanup Day. Boca Save our Beaches partnered with 4Ocean and World of Scuba, pulling together over 85 people to help clean our beaches. Plus, we were able to beat our prior record of 377 pounds [...]

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