Publisher’s Comment: Residents won last night….Monica Mayotte’s victory and Kim Do’s credible challenge has now firmly established that the residents of Boca Raton have been heard. The mantra to not let big money ‘buy’ an election has played itself out three times in the last three years. The Boca Raton question preserving the Intracoastal Waterfront [...]
Kim Do is a living testament of the American dream. Her campaign theme is "Work hard - Achieve. Kim Do will Do Great for Boca!". Kim stopped by the BocaWatch studio to discuss how her background motivated her to run for city council against incumbent Deputy Mayor Jeremy Rodgers.
Resident friendly and BocaWatch endorsed candidate for City Council seat D, Monica Mayotte speaks with Katie on the state of affairs in Boca Raton and how she will approach representing voters on the city council. She is running against Armand Grossman and Dr Paul Preste.
Kona Gray PLA, ASLA from EDSA visited the BocaWatch studio to discuss the Boca Waterfront Masterplan status and lift the hood on what it's like doing a project with such a high degree of resident involvement.
For Boca's City Council 2018 elections, the race is on! You can learn a lot about this year's candidates by following the $$$. Check out this interview with Boca Raton resident James Hendrey.
Have you been wondering how Boca Raton ended up with overcrowded schools and congested roads? Katie sat down with Boca resident Joe Graubart to understand how it happened and what can be done about it.
Boca Raton's schools are facing a major problem: overcrowding. Despite the issue, there is no clear plan to deal with the problem of classroom overcrowding for Boca High school students.
School overcrowding is not just an issue for Palm Beach County or Boca Raton. Cities all over the country are struggling to maintain a quality educational environment for their children. Increasing class sizes and overcrowded schools can be traced directly to poorly managed growth. If school expansion and construction of new schools does not keep [...]
What's Boca Saying? We are back with BocaWatch Publisher, Al Zucaro, for our end of the year wrap up of 2017. Al recaps the big wins of 2017 and forecasts BocaWatch in 2018.
John Dwyer is a former Boca Raton Fire Rescue, Police, EMS Dispatcher and photographer extraordinaire. He now focuses on the natural beauty of Boca Raton. Learn more about being a dispatcher and walk through a smattering of his Boca Raton photos with Katie.