Boca Raton – A City with Continued Low Taxes and Safe Neighborhoods; A Vision Ahead

While the message in much of the country is of higher taxes, deficit spending, and spiraling crime rates, we are fortunate to have the opposite of all these in the City of Boca Raton. In September, we approved our city budget for the coming fiscal year from October 2022 to September 2023. I am pleased […]

Strategic Planning Recap

Dear Neighbors, in my recent updates, you read about some of the key business initiatives that we are pursuing to continue to ensure a healthy economy, as well as ongoing enhancements to our infrastructure. This month’s update has more about our city budget and low taxes, our strategic planning, and news on exciting openings. Budget […]

Boca Raton – Home of Real Solutions – Real Results

Last month, I discussed some of the goals that came out of strategic planning sessions for maintaining a healthy economy in Boca Raton. This issue will focus on recent improvements to our delivering real results for residents for the roadways, schools, and utility systems we count on every day.  The City of Boca Raton is […]

Making Boca Raton the Best Place to Do Business

Like many strong organizations, the City of Boca Raton regularly reviews and sets long-term goals as part of a strategic planning process. Last month, the City held its 2022 planning sessions where the Mayor and City Council, senior management, department heads, and the public all weighed in on key goal areas. One common theme that […]

Ten Things to Love About Boca Raton

1. (Image credit/ TripAdvisor) Mizner Park – From luxury brand shopping to dining at some of the area’s most popular eateries, Mizner Park is perfect for a night out with the family or date night. Throughout the year, you can catch several fun-filled events like Summer Solstice Yoga, Shakespeare in the Park, and countless concerts […]

Top Ten Tips for Hurricane Prep

While living in the sunshine state of Florida has its perks, like being closely compared to a never-ending vacation, we must always be mindful that our geographical location has a  high propensity for natural disasters. No matter the intensity, hurricanes not only disrupt everyday life but, for many, can mean serious loss. This loss can […]

Council Member Scott Singer goes on “offensive” to actively preserve jobs in Boca Raton

February 15, 2015 – WPTV: BOCA RATON, Fla. – The city of Boca Raton is fighting to keep one of its biggest employers in town. Staples announced Wednesday it has a deal in place to buy Boca-based Office Depot. Neither company is releasing details on what it means for employees in south Palm Beach County. […]