After a 5–0 City Council consensus….the Beach and Park district will proceed forward to an eventually acquisition and preservation of a 200 acre green space!
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 [...]
A tribute to those who caused ‘overdevelopment’ in Boca Raton….patting themselves on the back with accolades while we, the residents, have to put up with the ‘intended’ consequences!
After IRMA….Residents would love these umbrellas too, i.e. Emergency Recovery funds? Image created by Jessica Gray
Save the date: next Boca Raton Beach Clean-up is 9/23 at 9 AM Image created by Jessica Gray
Developers get VIP entrance to City Hall with the red carpet rolled out and Residents get the side door. Image created by Jessica Gray
Citizen concerns vs public appearances Image created by Jessica Gray.
PUBLISHER’S COMMENT: Thank you to Jessica Gray for continuing to identify examples of what ‘creative’ minds can vision with unblemished waterfront properties. In response to the request of EDSA’S project manager, Kona Gray (no relation), Jessica continues to come up with brilliant ‘suggestive ‘projects for ideas to add into the planning of Boca Raton’s publically [...]
Incredible….This type of discharge requires a NPDES discharge permit, however Cloister del Mar does not have such a permit; confirmed by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. On July 29, 2017, a disturbing find was brought to my attention by independent research videographer and diver Michael Culotta. Michael is the founder of the volunteer based [...]
With a seat at the table…RESIDENTS RAISE THEIR VOICE AND ARE HEARD! Image created by Jessica Gray