Robert’s Report – December 1 2017

It’s become a Thanksgiving tradition for many families within our community to volunteer and help serve a thanksgiving meal at the Levis JCC on the campus of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County for those who might not be able to enjoy the holiday.  For...

Robert’s Report – November 24 2017

We continue to “make-up” for events postponed by Hurricane Irma. This week it was the 4th Annual Bartenders Battle for the benefit of Unicorn Children’s Foundation. Adorned in his adorable wig & sunglasses, Gregory Fried, Sharon Alexander, friends and staff...

Robert’s Report – November 17 2017

The Faulk Center for Counseling held its 2017 Community Impact Awards Reception at Broken Sound Club on November 9th. The honorees were Gerald Yass (Caring Heart Award); Rita Thrasher (Mental Health Advocacy Award); and Dr Holly Katz (Education Excellence Award). The...

Robert’s Report – November 10, 2017

The week began with BocaLead. Each month over 300 of your neighbors enjoy a casual lunch and take away a few principles of ethical business relationships to help our professional life grow. Pastor Bill Mitchell, a businessman for 25 years, teaches what it takes to be...

Robert’s Report – November 3, 2017

The FAU Tech Runway held its annual Maverick Reception. As Rhys Williams, FAU Tech Runway Managing Director, explained, Mavericks see unconventional opportunities. The evening was designed to highlight the success of FAU Tech Runway’s amazing entrepreneurs. Williams...

Robert’s Report – October 27, 2017

Mayor Haynie and I attended the Soroptimist Women of Distinction Breakfast at Boca West Country Club on October 18th. The mayor delivered a proclamation celebrating the volunteerism recognized by the Soroptimist International. Soroptimists are philanthropists. Members...

Robert’s Report – October 20, 2017

The Mayor and I joined Governor Scott and Agricultural Commissioner Adam Putnam in Washington DC as he spearheaded our “ask” at a meeting with members of the Florida Congressional Delegation. Thirty elected leaders participated in the Florida League of...

Boca Raton City Budget – October 14

As the saying goes, it never rains, it pours. After a dozen years without a major hurricane making landfall in the United States, the country received a one-two punch with Harvey bringing over 50” of rain to the greater Houston area, followed in short order by Irma...

Boca Raton City Campus

As a result of Aric Chokey’s recent article, published in the Sun Sentinel on September 12, 2017, “Boca could lose Mizner Park Amphitheatre, gain performing arts center,” the City Council has received a barrage of emails and appears to have been the dominant impetuous...