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Did you know the Scott Singer Mayoral campaign accepted $7,113 from the 2500 N Ocean Blvd “beach builder gang” and that their lawyer threw a fundraiser for Singer? Tired of the traffic? Jack explains why you should vote for Al Zucaro for Mayor and Kathy Cottrell for Boca Raton City Council Seat A. That puts residents with a majority voice in the Boca Raton City Council to handle the coming concrete tsunami that will clog Boca with more traffic and cause busing of our kids to Delray and Boynton schools.
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Also – Jack remind everyone to please attend the Environmental Advisory Board meeting on August 29th at 5:30.
Send City Hall a message. Unacceptable vote by Susan Haynie, Scott Singer et. al. to grant a variance to build on the beach! At least Jeremy Rogers didn’t vote YES this time.
Well done my friend!
Please name the names of the lawyer, political donor and developer. Although interesting and provocative , the article means little without names.
JUST TOTAL DISGUSTING ALL YOUR NEGATIVE CAMPAIGNING,LETS HEAR WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOT WHAT SOMEONE ELSE IS NOT.GO OUT AND REALLY CAMPAIGN,THIS BACK AND FORTH ATTACKS JUST TURN PEOPLE OFF.DO YOU REALLY THINK THIS GETS YOU VOTES,I BELIEVE YOU LOSE MORE THAN YOU GAIN.YOU LOST MINE FOR SURE.LOVE TO SEE IF YOU PRINT THIS AL.
Excellent summary. If Boca votes in a pro-development majority again on our City Council, we can look forward to more concrete canyons and traffic jams. We have seen that play before.
Great summary Mr. McWalter. Voters need to be informed, but many don’t have the time to do the research you provided. Anyone who wants to replicate his research on campaign contributions can do so by reviewing the City’s Campaign Treasurer Reports at: https://www.myboca.us/1507/Scott-Singer. A topic that concerns me is the amount of dark money that Singer has received. I guess you didn’t mention that in your video because it can’t be verified by the Campaign Treasurer Reports. If any readers have information on the dark money figures, please post them. Thx
Scott Singer knowingly, wrongfully, and foolishly voted for the first variance. Had he NOT VOTED IN FAVOR OF THIS VARIANCE, as he selfishly did, this would not even be on the table today. The 2500 beachfront lot is too narrow to build. Why would Singer give a variance to recent buyers who knew at the time of purchase, that lot was unbuildable. Meaning, No Hardship existed? Why did he vote for it then? THEY ARE BIG CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTORS. (watch above video) I hope this won’t be a case of ‘fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me’ – the Governor suspended one self serving Mayor we don’t need Singer to replace her.
Singer has two groups of constituents: First the residents whose votes he needs. Second the developers, their attorneys, lobbyists, and their PAC’s and supporters, who are funding his campaign. He knows, and we know that he will disappoint one of the two groups. Which will it be? We know this answer too. He is using Boca as his ladder, like his mentor the suspended former mayor Haynie, with the hope of higher office; he knows that he will need those big campaign dollars to get elected. His pro overdevelopment votes will only get worse!
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I’m with you Alan Cherry; except I know how to use my shift key and I use the campaign mailer method: Whomever has the fewest negative campaign mailers gets my vote. Right now, 100% of the negative campaign mailers are from Scott Singer and his two dark money PACs from Tallahassee and Tampa. You know, the out of town developer types.