What Boca is Saying: Wayne Barton part 1 of 2

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On this episode of What Boca is Saying, Katie sits down to chat with Wayne Barton, retired Boca Raton police office and founder of the Wayne Barton Study Center. An advocate for community policing, Barton took a special interest in Pearl City – Boca Raton’s oldest housing unit and currently one of the city’s most prime pieces of real estate.

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  • Sandi Schwartz
    Posted at 22:37h, 27 September Reply

    This is so inspiring. Wayne, you are such an incredible local hero and I am so grateful for all you do. This interview is spectacular and I hope everyone in Boca watches it.

  • Bobby Thompson
    Posted at 09:11h, 01 October Reply

    I had no idea college scholarships are offered….very nice. Although it seems as though he does great work in the community, I was a little concerned about one of his statements as to the elimination of the Wayne Barton Study Center if the neighborhood completely turns over to developers. Is he worried about becomming obsolete and having to move shop? Or is he genuinely afraid to ‘lose a piece of history’? When comments like that are made, I start to question intent.

  • Dr. Debra Weiss
    Posted at 13:45h, 08 October Reply

    Mr. Wayne Barton,

    You are a mover and shaker who has galvanized the Pearl City community! As a choreographer and dance instructor who has worked with at-risk youth for more than 25 years, I have seen how youth thrive when they are offered programs that provide support and that boost self-esteem. Thank you for all your great work!

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