This episode of BocaWatch's series "What Boca is Saying" features conversations between Katie Barr and Lenore Wachtel. Mrs. Wachtel shares words of wisdom as a member of the Boca Raton Financial Advisory Board and diligent champion for citizens rights!
Open Letter to the Community: An item on the March 28th agenda for City Council Boards and Committees appointment list is a request by Glenn Gromann to remain on the Planning & Zoning Board (P&Z). His removal from this Board is crucial to residents hoping to have unbiased suggestions and recommendations for development projects going [...]
Across the nation, voters and the media are putting candidates, citizen-initiative campaigns and their consultants on notice: Stop negative, issueless campaigning. This movement is supported not only by voters and the media but ironically by some politicians as well. We think it is time for Boca Raton to take note, and say No to this [...]
Jack and Katie sit down for a fast-moving and concise review of what you need to know before voting March 14th, including a recap of the issues and the candidates on the ballot.
Former city council member and President/CEO of Promise Healthcare, Peter Baronoff, sits down with Katie to share his insights on Boca Raton, as well as his thoughts on candidates Al Zucaro, Andrea O'Rourke, Mayor Haynie and Scott Singer.
Episode 2 of the two part interview with mayoral candidate Al Zucaro. Al discusses the culture of City Hall, how it has caused the congestion/concrete caverns and the threat of Mid-Town to do the same to the Military corridor.
First of a two part interview with Boca Raton mayoral candidate Al Zucaro. In this episode, Al talks about how the culture of Boca Raton's government is upside down and about the recent negative campaign flyers from the pro-Haynie PAC, GoBoca, of Tallahassee.
Beach Activist Jessica Gray talks with Katie with a recap of where things are with the attempt to overdevelop 2500 N Ocean Blvd.
You know those annoying event reminders that pop up on your Facebook page? Well recently I was alerted to a panel discussion of Women in Politics to be held at Florida Atlantic University. The event indicates it is co-hosted by AWCSF and FAU; Association for Women in Communications South Florida, and Florida Atlantic University. Hoping [...]
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