Publisher's Comment: Six plus years ago, BocaWatch arrived on the scene here in Boca Raton. Its objective was to return the residents’ voice to city governance; to halt the assault on Boca Raton’s quality of life; to reign in over-development, excessive traffic, growing congestion, inadequate parking,...

Publisher's Comment: Thank you again to Acting Mayor Scott Singer for advancing the threat of a 10,000 Sq. ft. 4 story building intruding on Boca Raton's pristine beach at 2500 N. Ocean Blvd; at one time an unbuildable land parcel sitting on the Coastal Construction Line....

Publisher's Comment:  With a mere 5 weeks remaining, Boca Raton's Special Election is really heating up; the election process is about to go into real time.  Absentee ballots are being readied for the mail and early voting is just a few short weeks away.  Change...

Publisher's Comment:  Once upon a time in the recent past, Acting Mayor Scott Singer contacted BocaWatch's new Editor, Jason Pelish, to congratulate him on his new role. During that conversation Mr. Singer informed our Editor that some items reported by BocaWatch were factual untruths and distortions...

Following the Money!!! Financial reports reveal the clear picture of Boca Raton politics. Publisher's comment: As more than just a casual observer of campaign financing matters, BocaWatch has been and continues to report the details revealed in the local elections' mandatory financial reports. To date, what is abundantly clear...

  Publisher's Comment:  Developers at best are kids in a candy store, and at worst ‘pigs at the trough’ - they continually work every angle and method available to them, mostly legal - to their benefit, and as best they can, out of the public’s eye...

Publisher's Comment: Like wolves howling at the moon, we, the residents, have changed the course of government in the city of Boca Raton. Residents have actually won! With the election victories of Council members Andrea Levine O'Rourke and Monica Mayotte, the 'resident friendly' voice can no...

Publisher's comment: Over-development in our downtown; over-development on our North-West corridors; over-development in our Mid-town area; and now, thanks to an errant 2015 City Council decision granting a variance to a non-buildable lot at 2500 N. Ocean, over-development may be coming to our beachfront. Residents' clarion call: Stop...