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20 Jul 2017

An Overview: Political ‘FIREWORKS’ in Washington D.C

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PUBLISHER'S COMMENT: When BocaWatch last published a Washington Overview from Mr. Gore, some responders objected saying that BocaWatch is about and should remain concerned with local matters only....Sage advice... I must admit....but, in retrospect, is there anything more local to residents then that which is happening in Washington D.C.. Politicians that obfuscate their responsibility cause [...]

20 Jul 2017

Back to the Future! “BOCA RATON AMENDED DOWNTOWN PLAN” circa 1995

By | July 20th, 2017|Categories: FrontPageFeatured, FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|14 Comments

“Given the demonstrated preference of major offices, corporate headquarters, and individual firms for Boca Raton, Downtown needs to concentrate on capturing a share of this market….As congestion continues to increase in western areas, Downtown must become seen as a viable and desirable location. Additional office development is fundamental to developing the synergy between sites necessary [...]

20 Jul 2017

Boca Raton: ‘The City Within a Park’!

By | July 20th, 2017|Categories: FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|1 Comment

Our brand is how our city is viewed by residents, visitors and nearby communities. Should our brand be: "Boca, we want to look like Fort Lauderdale and Miami"; "Boca -A Sober House Mecca"; How about "Come to Boca and experience dense  neighborhoods, frustrating traffic and no street parking”.  It has been repeatedly said we are a World Class [...]

17 Jul 2017

Is the ‘Mizner 200’ Project Coming to an End? I Think Not!!!!

By | July 17th, 2017|Categories: FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|0 Comments

Publisher’s Comment: After nearly 3 years of argument, the Mizner 200 redevelopment project located on Mizner Blvd between Palmetto Park Road and South Federal Hwy. has arrived at the final decision making destination in Boca Raton government; to wit: The Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA).   However, it appears that a final decision is far from a [...]

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