A win for Monica Mayotte and Kim Do means the end of special interest controlling our city council. This could be the most important election to date. Your vote is your voice. Vote March 13th
Kim Do is a living testament of the American dream. Her campaign theme is "Work hard - Achieve. Kim Do will Do Great for Boca!". Kim stopped by the BocaWatch studio to discuss how her background motivated her to run for city council against incumbent Deputy Mayor Jeremy Rodgers.
Resident friendly and BocaWatch endorsed candidate for City Council seat D, Monica Mayotte speaks with Katie on the state of affairs in Boca Raton and how she will approach representing voters on the city council. She is running against Armand Grossman and Dr Paul Preste.
Kona Gray PLA, ASLA from EDSA visited the BocaWatch studio to discuss the Boca Waterfront Masterplan status and lift the hood on what it's like doing a project with such a high degree of resident involvement.
For Boca's City Council 2018 elections, the race is on! You can learn a lot about this year's candidates by following the $$$. Check out this interview with Boca Raton resident James Hendrey.
Your action is needed. In this episode of Listen Up Boca!, Al Zucaro explains how the Boca City Council is about to do the largest rezoning in the city's history; why residents who care about the congestion and school overcrowding in the area around the mall need to contact the city council to do the [...]
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.