Friday, July 20, 2018

Downtown Boca Will Keep Post Office

It appears that downtown Boca Raton will keep its post office. The United States Postal Service announced Thursday that it has reached agreement on renewal of its...

Notes on Campaign Financing by Seat, Delray Lifeguard Stands and Other News of Note

Vacation’s over for me. Back to work. Campaign financing notes Though they won’t turn down donations, many candidates for office in Boca Raton and Delray Beach...

Boca School Overcrowding Has a Plan, the Delray CRA Agenda and Other Items of...

Every parent, teacher and student surely was happy to see this school year end. With summer break here, schools can talk about security in...

Zucaro Faces Judgment, More Election News and Local Coco Gauff is a Champ

BocaWatch Publisher Al Zucaro, who is running for mayor in the Aug. 28 special election, faces a new effort to enforce a nine-year-old court...

New Delray Commission Alliances Take Shape, Boca Talks Trash and Other News

The Delray Beach City Commission may not know exactly how it wants to run the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), but the commission majority made...

Moms Demand Action, the Delray CRA Faces Some Decisions and More Items of Note

It was all about orange Saturday morning at Boca Raton’s Lake Wyman Park. Orange shirts. Orange snow cones. Orange Gatorade. Orange tablecloths. Moms Demand Action,...

Ocean Breeze Ruffling Financial Feathers and a Rally this Saturday for Gun Control

There are new strains in the relationship between Boca Raton and the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District. At issue now is money for...

New Parking Rules for Delray and More on the County Commission Race

It’s been 10 years in the making, but Delray Beach may be ready to approve new downtown parking rules. The plan got a first hearing...

The Haynie Case Deconstructed—and a New Midtown Lawsuit

Bruce Zimet, the lawyer for suspended Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie, sums up his client’s defense this way: “It doesn’t smell like a quid...

More on the Mayoral Race, Steele Leaves Old School Square, Midtown “Visions” and More

Here are a few more thoughts on BocaWatch Publisher Al Zucaro’s announcement that he will run against Scott Singer for mayor of Boca Raton. Not...
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