Monday, January 27, 2020

Tallahassee vs. Home Rule Rises Again

The Legislature’s 2020 session begins next Tuesday, and so will Tallahassee’s annual battle with Florida’s cities and counties.

Petrolia’s Election Power Play, Gretsas Gets Started, and More on Boca National

At the end of 2019, Delray Beach’s 2020 election got very interesting. Just before the deadline, Chris Davey...

City Watch 2019 in Review, and Questions for 2020

This will be my last post of 2019. So let’s look back at the big stories from the past year in...

Ongoing BH3 Tweaks in Delray, Election Updates & More

Getting that grocery store for West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach has become challenging. But the developer believes that it’s not...

Breaking Down the Brightline Decision and Will the Boca Raton Bowl Continue?

Discussion about a Brightline station in Boca Raton took nearly six hours Tuesday night, but the outcome was never in doubt.

The Kiffin Effect, Brightline on a Fast Track & Other News

Did Lane Kiffin succeed as Florida Atlantic University’s football coach? That depends on which metric you use. On...
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Boca Not Sold On Pot Dispensaries & More News of Note

Sentiment among elected officials in Boca Raton may have shifted toward support for medical marijuana dispensaries, but the staff remains opposed.
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Boca Raton’s Police Chief Moves On, and Is Mayor Singer Premature on the City’s...

For the first time since mid-2006, the week in Boca Raton began without Dan Alexander as police chief. His departure...

Brightline Boca Advances, Delray Offers Match Point a Settlement, and More

The Boca Raton Planning and Zoning Board recommended last week that the city move ahead with the lease for a Brightline station.

Restaurant Row Seeks Approval, United Returns to Boca Regional and Gretsas Starts Soon

Boca Raton’s next Midtown battle is about to begin. The larger one is in court, over the city council’s...