Beginning October 4, 2016, BocaWatch will broadcast a weekly internet TV show in cooperation with WRPBiTV.com….

In just 3 short years, BocaWatch has become a dependable source for information for residents of the greater Boca Raton/South Palm Beach County area.

Its weekly informational e-blast allows residents a serious platform to voice their concerns about and to local government.  Remarkably, the local elected officials have begun to change.

Changing a government’s culture is no easy task….Getting elected officials to take the resident voice seriously has been and remains the key.  BocaWatch has advanced that change….Through its reach and its ability to get the resident to participate, a difference is being realized….

In furtherance of this effort, BocaWatch will be producing a weekly internet TV show beginning on October 4, 2016.  The show will air every Tuesday evening at 6:30 P.M. EST on www.WRPBiTV.com.  Excerpts of these internet broadcasts will be put up for viewing on the www.BocaWatch.org site for our readership to view.

Below is the underlying reason for moving forward with this new and exciting element in the evolution of the BocaWatch platform….

Fostering…. Responsible Sustainable Growth

“An Informed Citizenry is an asset to a Community….”

Established in 2012, BocaWatch offers residents a meaningful platform to have their voice heard….

BocaWatch has grown from a weekly voice directed at a finite group to now nearly 17,000 followers on the BocaWatch – Official FaceBook page and 11,000 people receiving the BocaWatch.org e-mail blast weekly.

BocaWatch – Video…our newest innovation…. 

A weekly internet broadcast in cooperation with WRPBiTV.com highlighting prominent issues of concern in Boca Raton and featuring topical community matters, hard hitting interviews with the community’s movers and shakers and presenting  ‘call to action’ suggestions that encourage a ‘resident friendly’ government approach in a ‘developer friendly’ government community…..Stay tuned….

“Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed.” – Abraham Lincoln