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22 Mar 2018

Boca Del Mar’s Whitehall Community and Penn-Florida

By | March 22nd, 2018|Categories: FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|3 Comments

As you know, the Whitehall community lost Balboa Lane due to its Attorney and two previous board members who didn’t feel a board meeting was necessary before moving forward agreeing to the closure of the roadway.  Residents were not well-served by these folks who caused everyone time and money on both sides. Penn-Florida, having the [...]

22 Mar 2018

Invasion of Invasive Plants

By | March 22nd, 2018|Categories: FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|2 Comments

Moss hangs from tree branches, dripping water splashes creating a puddle of thick brown paste mud, sticky clothes from the hot and moist air, muddy water seeping into boots, and dead leave fragments and clumps of mud sticking to wet skin. This is the type of environment wildlife service worker Andrew Eastwick and other workers [...]

22 Mar 2018

March 13, 2018 Boca Raton Municipal Election Precinct-Level Vote Summary

By | March 22nd, 2018|Categories: FrontPageFeatured, FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|3 Comments

This article provides a summary of voting results to the precinct level from the March 13, 2018 Boca Raton Municipal Election. The information used in the summary is provided in spreadsheet format by the Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections Click on the two Boca Raton links in the referenced file to see the detailed [...]

20 Mar 2018


By | March 20th, 2018|Categories: FrontPageHotTopics, Hot Topics, Issues|10 Comments

Ever wonder what happened to all those FORBOCA.ORG communications; communications that did nothing except villainize BocaWatch and some of its contributors? Well…the story can now be told….. The Florida Elections Commission entered into a Consent Final Order finding FORBOCA.Org., INC. in violation of three (3) provisions of Florida’s election laws; the Commission imposed a fine [...]

19 Mar 2018

Heartfelt Congratulations to Councilwoman-Elect Monica Mayotte!

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|0 Comments

March 15, 2018 Dear Friends, THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! Tuesday was a big win - not only for me, but for all the residents of Boca Raton. For the second year in a row, we have once again made our voices heard and told our city leaders we have had enough of traffic [...]

19 Mar 2018

The Postman Never Rings Once!

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|2 Comments

Publisher’s Comment: Another casualty of past City Council failure to reign in ‘overdevelopment’ may be the possible closure of our downtown post office. Tower 155 is the direct cause for this unacceptable possibility. Tower 155, when approved, was in violation of the CRA/City Code; was non-compliant with the ‘Interim Design Guidelines’ and, the then much [...]

19 Mar 2018

Congratulations and Kudos Councilman Rodgers!

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|5 Comments

Dear Deputy Mayor Rodgers, Congratulations on your recent reelection to Boca Raton City Council. Kudos to you for running a ‘clean’ campaign against your opponent. Many of the voters we have spoken with post-election, were surprised by your narrow margin of victory (ten percent) over an opponent that was virtually unknown. Perhaps even you share [...]

15 Mar 2018

An Open Message to the Community-at-Large

By | March 15th, 2018|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|10 Comments

Publisher’s Comment: For years now, BocaWatch and Boca Beautiful have stood side by side advancing the interests of the greater Boca Raton resident in the challenges of overdevelopment. These efforts are now being realized in many ways. In his article below, Boca Beautiful president, John Gore, voices a sigh of relief by suggesting that “…nothing [...]

14 Mar 2018

Victory for the Residents!

By | March 14th, 2018|Categories: Hot Topics, Issues|11 Comments

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 [...]

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