In this Listen Up Boca! episode, Jack takes apart the Hidden Valley Golf course problem and how to solve it.
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.
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.
What's Boca Saying? with Andrea Levine O'Rourke. Elected on a ‘Resident Friendly’ platform, Councilwoman O’Rourke shares her experiences having had a seat on the City Council for 9 months.
Overdevelopment is a common theme throughout Boca Raton. From our schools to our downtown, we are becoming a city that has reached maximum capacity. This will continue to plague Boca, unless we can get Monica Mayotte elected to the City Council. Jack is here with more on the subject.
As Boca Mayor Haynie falters in the Court of Public Opinion, the cloud over her now casts a shadow on Singer, Rodgers and Weinroth as they fail to make the hard decisions. Al Zucaro reveals why.
The entire city of Boca Raton, but especially the downtown area, is being overrun by developers. Jack McWalter takes you through current development projects and the impact they will have on our city.
Tri-Rail stations can be funded by cities or government grants. BocaWatch researcher and commentator at large Jack McWalter highlights some serious problems other cities have had after accepting government grants. Jack also offers some solutions to the related MidTown development problem.