We’re starting a weekly newsletter. Most people find out about our articles through Facebook, which doesn’t show every article to every person who “Likes” our Facebook page. Some articles do very well, while others don’t reach many people.
We can tell a lot of people miss a lot of our articles. Some complain that all we write about is crime, when that’s at most 20% of what we cover. Others ask questions that we’ve already answered (“What’s going on with the old Walmart?”).
A reader advises to be wary of the Boca Bridal sale on Beracasa Way.
So after waiting they tell everybody with over a hundred fifty people in line that at 8 o’clock they are closing the doors and they will have to come back tomorrow, very rude very unprofessional and no compassion if you can write about and post that to the real dangers it would help a lot of people not waste their time
The County Commission has at least temporarily suspended use of red light cameras. There were cameras in operation at two intersections in West Boca – at Lyons & Glades, and at Palmetto Park & Powerline. The closest other one was in Delray at Atlantic and Jog.
This follows on a court decision from the Fourth District Court of Appeal involving the city of Hollywood (Broward County) which decided that law enforcement cannot be outsourced to private companies. That decision is below: