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August 24 August 30, 2018 Number 377 YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR. FOLLOW US ON The Boca Raton Tribune Story on Page 3 Welcome to the 2018 Boca Raton Tribune Special Election Special SPORTS see page 12 Lynn Mens Soccer Picked Third in SSC Preseason Poll The Boca Raton Tribune is proud to once again be able to provide our readers with the best possible election coverage in town for the 8th year running. Since starting our elec tion coverage all the way back in March of 2011, we have been dedicated in bringing unbiased, fact-based stories to our readers and letting the city decide. One of the main rea sons of why we dont endorse a candidate can be found in our core values of bringing unbiased, fact-based stories to our readers and letting the city decide. COMMUNITY see page 4 Lynn Cancer Institute Receives Accreditation from Commission on Cancer VOTE AUGUST 28 of BO C A R A T O N 2180278 Zucaro10x2.pdf 1 7/24/18 1:18 PM 2018 MUNICIPAL ELECTION SPECIAL COMMUNITY see page 5 Boca Garden Club to Host Annual Holiday House Fundraiser Full Story on Page 3 FAUs A.D. Henderson University School Ranked Second in the Country Florida Atlantic Universitys A.D. Henderson University School has been named the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School and the No. 8 Best Public Middle School in America by Niche, the largest website for researching public and private K-12 schools. The rankings were based on a variety of factors, including test scores, studentteacher ratio and reviews from students and parents. Henderson received an A+ in the administration, academics, diversity, college prep, food, and health and safety categories. In addition, Henderson is ranked the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School in Florida and No. 2 Best Public Middle School in Florida.

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www.bocaratontribune.com Quote of the Week: INDEX Community News .....p 3 Editorial .....................p 6 Columnists ................p 7 ..................p 19 Sports ........................p 16 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Graphic Designer Chris Collura Marketing Andre Heizer News Room Photographers Janis Bucher Video Andrew Ramey Interns Mail Subscription Mailing Address General Information Boca Raton City Hall 201 West Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 GENERAL INFORMATION (561) 393-7700 EMERGENCY 9-1-1 POLICE DEPARTMENT (561) 368-6201 FIRE DEPARTMENT (561) 982-4000 CITY MANAGERS OFFICE (561) 393-7703 CITY CLERKS OFFICE (561) 393-7740 UTILITY SERVICES (561) 338-7300 RECYCLING (561) 416-3367 PBC ANIMAL CONTROL (561) 276-1344 PARKS & RECREATION (561) 393-7810 MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE (561) 483-5235 BOCA RATON PUBLIC LIBRARY (561) 393-7852 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY (561) 397-3000 LYNN UNIVERSITY (561) 237-7000 BOCA RATON CITY DIRECTORY COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWO The Boca Raton Tribune Boca Beat By: Pedro Heizer Make sure you go out on August 28 and cast your vote for City Coucil Seat A and Mayor Seat! Dont forget, local gover nemnet is the most important part of government! Boca Raton Regional Hospital has been rec ognized as a top-ranked regional hospital in U.S. News & World Reports 2018 annual review of its Best Hospitals. The Hospital is currently ranked 13th out of ap proximately 300 hospitals in Florida and 3rd in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area Make sure you go out on August 28 and cast your vote for City Coucil Seat A and Mayoral seat! Dont forget, local governem net is the most important part of govern ment! If you are still unsure on who you want to vote for, this special edition Boca Raton Tri bune is all about the election! With features on each candidate as well as a extensive The Boca Raton Tribune is proud to once again be able to provide our readers with the best possible election coverage in town for the 8th year running. Since starting our election coverage all the way back in March of 2011, we have been dedicated in bringing unbiased, fact-based stories to our readers and letting the city decide. We will never let our integrity be compromised by endorsing candidates, and as such, we give every single candidate a fair and honest interview in which they can articulate their views and we publish them. Starting on page eight, you will be able to see the amazing work of our as sociate editor, Michael Demyan, managing editor, Pedro Heizer, and Editor in Cheif, C. Ron. Allen as they interviewed all six candidates and gave them all a fair and honest chance to have their voices heard. Forum was a huge success! With over 50 residents, the forum was a great time for all. This Friday, M ayoral candidates Al Zuccaro, presence for the Mayor Forum on August 24, also at the Boca Raton Community Center. Interim Mayor Scott Singer has yet to respond. Boca Raton Regional Hospital has again been recognized as a top-ranked regional hospital in U.S. News & World Reports 2018 annual review of its Best Hospitals. The Hospital is currently ranked 13th out of approximately 300 hospitals in Florida and 3rd in the Miami-Fort Lau derdale metro area, making it the highest ranked hospital in Palm Beach County. Last year, Boca Regional was ranked 16th in Florida and 6th in the Miami-Fort Lauder dale metro area. Financial Peace University is coming to Boca Raton with two locations. One at Spanish River Church and the other at Vic tory Church. Florida Atlantic Universitys A.D. Hen derson University School has been named the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School and the No. 8 Best Public Middle School in America by Niche, the largest website for researching public and private K-12 schools. Palm Beach County schools will be closed on Tuesday, August 28, after the School Board approved a revision to the 20182019 school calendar. August 28 is Primary Election Day in Florida, and many School District of Palm Beach County schools are used as polling places. The School Board proposed the change following discussions with Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher. The Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Can cer Institute (LCI) at Boca Raton Regional Hospital has once again received a threeyear accreditation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC), a program of the American College of Surgeons. The CoC evaluates cancer care programs on their commitment to provide comprehensive, high-quality and multidisciplinary patient-centered care. The School District of Palm Beach County is an A-rated district, and has the highest number of District-operated A schools when compared with other large urban school districts. According to preliminary school grades released Wednesday by the Florida Department of Education, the District ranks highest in Florida on total number of points earned when compared with other large urban dis tricts.

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www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY The Boca Raton Tribune The Boca Raton Tribune The Boca Raton Tribune is an award winning newspaper with a reach of 50,000 readers a week. With a weekly distribution of 20,000 papers and about 2,000 daily online visits, we are sure to help your business RISE ABOVE THE COMPETITION! CONTACT US FOR YOUR NEXT ADVERTISEMENTat (561) 807-6304 or business@bocaratontribune.comYour Closest NeighborHeizer Media Group Florida Atlantic Universitys A.D. Henderson University School has been named the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School and the No. 8 Best Public Middle School in America by Niche, the largest website for researching public and private K-12 schools. The rankings were based on a variety of factors, including test scores, student-teacher ratio and reviews from students and parents. Henderson received an A+ in the administration, academics, diversity, college prep, food, and health and safety categories. In addition, Henderson is ranked the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School in Florida and No. 2 Best Public Middle School in Florida. Florida Atlantic Uni versity High School was ranked second for Best Public High School in Florida. Third-party recognition is an outcome and tangible validation of the incredible work that happens on our cam pus, said Joel Herbst, Ed.D., assistant dean, PK-12 Schools and Educational Programs at FAU. I am overjoyed by the talent and dedication of all our faculty, administrators, students, and parents bring to our campus. Niche uses reviews, surveys and the most up-to-date data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) to compare, score and connect data points to analyze thousands of K-12 schools. For the complete list of the 2019 Best Schools in America rankings, visit https://www.niche.com/k12/rankings/. FAUs A.D. Henderson University School Ranked Second in the Country The Boca Raton Tribune is proud to once again be able to provide our readers with the best possible elec tion coverage in town for the 8th year running. Since starting our election coverage all the way back in March of 2011, we have been dedicated in bring ing unbiased, fact-based stories to our readers and letting the city decide. One of the main reasons of why we dont endorse a candidate can be found in our core values of bringing unbiased, fact-based stories to our read ers and letting the city decide. The Boca Raton Tribune is proud to once again be able to provide our readers with the best possible election coverage in town for the 8th year running. Since starting our election coverage in March of 2011, our core value has been to bring dedicated, unbiased, fact-based coverage to our readers and letting the city decide who the best candidate is. One of the main reasons of why we dont endorse candidates can be found in our core values. We cannot be bribed by candidates, even after numer ous attempts during our eight years in town. We will never let our integrity be compromised by endorsing candi dates, and as such, we give every single candidate a fair and honest interview in which they can articulate their views and we publish them. Starting on page eight, you will be able to see the amaz ing work of our associate editor, Mi chael Demyan, managing editor, Pedro Heizer, and Editor in Cheif, C. Ron. Al len as they interviewed all six candidates and gave them all a fair and honest chance to have their voices heard. Thank you for allowing us to serve you, Boca Raton. Welcome to the 2018 Boca Raton Tribune Special Election Special R S V P via Ma r iju a na Aw a r e. c om or c a ll 8509065000 MEDICAL MAR IJUAN A AWAR EN ES S S EMIN AR B O C A R A T O N W e d n e s d a y J u l y 1 8 1 : 3 0 p m 4 : 0 0 p m

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www.bocaratontribune.com Gallery 22I n t e r n a t i o n a l 320 Esplanade, Stor e 53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432 T el: 561 347 1677 www .yaacovheller .com Heizer edia r oup Exterior/ Interior Commisions Corporate/ Private Installations Sculpture Bronze Lucite Glass Silver Painting Jewelry Gifts & much more rrfntbnrbnnbIf youre over 50, Keep your own dentist! rf nNO annual or lifetime capttb fNo wait for preventive care and no deductibles tnCoverage for over 350 procedures ff fbfnFREE Information Kitnnb *Individual plan. Product not available in MN, MT, NH, NM, RI, VT, WA. Acceptance guaranteed for one insurance policy/certificate of this type. Contact us for complete details about this insurance solicitation. This specific offer is not available in CO, NY; call 1-800-969-4781 or respond for similar offer. Certificate C250A (ID: C250E; PA: C250Q); Insurance Policy P150 (GA: P150GA; NY: P150NY; OK: P150OK; TN: P150TN) 6096E-0917 MB17-NM008Ec *Individual plan. Product not available in MN, MT, NH, NM, RI, VT, WA. Acceptance guaranteed for one insurance policy/certificate of this type. Contact us for complete details The Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Cancer Institute (LCI) at Boca Ra ton Regional Hospital has once again re ceived a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC), a program of the American College of Surgeons. The CoC evaluates cancer care programs on their commitment to provide compre hensive, high-quality and multidisciplinary patient-centered care. The commission evaluated the Institute on 29 standards based on program management, clinical services, continuum of care services, patient outcomes and data quality. In addition to commendations for standards of clinical research accrual, public reporting of out comes, College of American Pathologists protocols and clinical documentation, oncology nursing care and data submis sion accuracy. The survey process is conducted on a triennial basis through documenta tion review followed by a site visit. Dur ing the site visit, a CoC surveyor meets with facility administrative leadership and attends a cancer conference to observe the programs multidisciplinary patient management and discussions. The sur veyor also meets with the cancer liaison physicians and cancer registry staff. The Accreditation Program, a component of the CoC, sets qualityof-care standards for cancer programs and reviews the programs to ensure they conform to those standards. Accredita tion by the CoC is given only to those facilities that have voluntarily committed to providing the highest level of quality cancer care and that undergo a rigorous evaluation process and review of their performance. Receiving care at a CoC-accredited cancer program en sures that a patient will have access to: Quality cancer care Comprehen sive care offering a range of state-of-theart services and equip ment A multidisci plinary, team approach to coordinate the best cancer treatment options available Access to cancer-related infor mation and education Access to patient-centered services such as psychosocial distress screening and navigation Options for genetic assess ment and counseling, and palliative care services Assessment of treatment plan ning based on evidence-based national treatment guidelines Information about clinical trials and new treatment options Follow-up care at the completion of treatment, including a survivorship care plan A cancer registry that collects data on type and stage of cancers, treat ment results and offers lifelong patient follow-up The CoC accreditation program represents the gold standard for cancer centers across the country, said Louise Morrell, MD, Medical Director of LCI. We are proud of our level of achieve high commendations. LCI is categorized as a Compre hensive Community Cancer Program by recording 500 or more newly diagnosed cancer cases each year, providing a full range of diagnostic and treatment ser vices and participating in cancer-related clinical research. LCI has been an accred ited institution since 1985. Lynn Cancer Institute Receives Accreditation from Commission on Cancer

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www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Garden Club to Host Annual Holiday House Fundraiser The Boca Raton Garden Club will present its annual Holiday House fundraiser on Friday and Saturday, Nov 2-3, 2018 from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M., in its clubhouse and gardens at 4281 NW 3rd Ave in Boca. Holiday House Chairperson, Janine Savitch stated, Anyone looking for unusual handmade decorations and gifts tion at Holiday House, and we have beauti ful plants for sale in our gardens as well as homemade goodies! She added, Wed like everyone to come and shop or just browse and enjoy the holiday atmosphere in both our clubhouse and spectacular gardens! Our crafters have been creating handmade items since June this year added Savitch. We have seasonal decorations for Thanksgiving, Hanukah and Christmas, as well as unusual creations for year-round en joyment many made from native Florida materials, such as palm fronds, pine cones and seashells. In addition to the wonderful crafts, said Landscaping Chairman, Carol Rice, we again are holding a huge plant sale in our clubs beautiful gardens. Plants grown and cultivated by our clubs own dirt gardeners include herbs, orchids, succulents and a wide variety of natives. Gardening tools, accessories and orna mental pieces are available for purchase as well. The Holiday House event also features the sale of homemade treats in cluding cookies, pies and cakes all baked by club members. Mary Kaub, Bake Sale Co-chair, noted, Every year the selection gets bigger and we sell out! Everything from cookies to quiche! Lots of people will freeze goodies and serve them at Thanks giving or Christmas. Event Info: Who: Boca Raton Garden Club What: Holiday House Crafts, Plants and Bake Sale Fundraiser When: Nov 2nd and 3rd, 2018, 9AM3PM Where: 4281 Northwest 3rd Avenue, Boca Raton, FL For more information visit their website or call 561-395-9376 THE GROVE SUMMER SALErf ntbtttfnt tttrttttttrfntbtbfbnnfn fffrttttFIRST TIME EVER!!! NOW ACCEPTING: VSP, AETNA, CIGNA, AND MORE! VSP, AETNA, CIGNA, AND MORE! rfrn tttbrfrn brrbtttWe travel the world to handpick eyewear you won't see anywhere else. 33rd REGULAR SUNGLASSES TOO!Without Prescription With women continuing to be underrepresented at all levels in corporate America, and even more so at the highest levels, a new program is being launched at Florida Atlantic Universitys College of Business to provide highly driven professionals with the skills necessary to succeed in executive management positions. The Kath leen Brush Program for Women in Leadership is an intensive 12-session course that will be held at FAUs Boca Raton campus on Wednes days, beginning Sept. 5 through April 24, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. combine both hard and soft business skills while also teaching techniques to overcome subtle gender biases that affect a womans ability to advance her career, said Paige Garrido, assistant director for corporate training & talent development for FAU Executive Education. In addition to the in-class cur riculum, participants will be matched with C-Suite level mentors and will be devel oping a written Individual Development Plan to guide professional growth. So little attention has been giv en to the hidden bias that exists amongst both men and women; a bias that pre vents women from being promoted, said Kathleen Brush, Ph.D., a business ex ecutive, strat egy consultant and author whose gift established the program. Right now, the estimates are that it will take upward of 200 years before the world will be able to experi ence the economic, political, and social ship. That's insane. FAUs program has been designed to facilitate delivering The program will feature a net working and mentoring program and em phasize applying theory-to-practice. The cost to participate is $4,750. Some partial scholarships are available. Professional development and continuing education credits are available. Women in Leadership Program Tackles Gender Bias in Workplace

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www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune Publisher EDITORIALS & LETTERS Business Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial Online Edition EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. POSITIVE LIVING Connecting With Other People There are some people we meet who, after several encounters, we still feel we dont know them, or at Is this their fault or ours? It can be of either one, or it can be from neither. Some people never show themselves adequately to others, while we ourselves can, sometimes, be slow in our own grasp of what theyve revealed about themselves to us. Words and gestures can be very deceiving, even when these have never intended so to be! There are others, however, that honestly portray their true selves from somebody new. They offer a key to their heart from the outset, apart from any potential romantic interest. More over, they dont leave any doubt about the genuine sincerity of their words, deeds, and intents. Their positive pos ture is fully genuine! Most often, the problem is more in the reluctance of someone in fearlessly accepting the other, taking that person at his/her word, more eas ily acknowledging the sincerity of the other, and not reading in the gestures and comments of the other what was not communicated at all. Unquestionably, some persons advertise themselves in such way that others can rather easily dismiss any desire of developing a long-term, friendly relationship. Theres something real that, in spite of cordiality, wont succeed beyond that initial hello. And there is nothing wrong with that! Friendships that are developed, and really go somewhere desirable, take in these and other related experiences. Varied settings for encounters can be planned, and time can be given for each person to observe the other in several human situations. questions may be legitimately asked one another, so as to establish a mental proceed until a true friendship can be established or only an occasional faceto-face encounter is desirable. Each individual needs to allow his/her temperament, and other unique dence and satisfaction, as an attempt happen. And when such is the case, how wonderful it can be for, as social creatures fashioned by a divine creator, people need people, and those who recognize that, and strive to achieve this goal, are indeed the luckiest people in the world! Col. Willie Bill J. Condry: A True Gentleman, Leader, Christian When Delray Beach city of Recreational Center some years ago, they tapped U.S. Army Colonel (Ret.) Willie reach such rank to address the issue. And when I needed advice on how to handle some recalcitrant subordi nates in the Navy, it was Col. who helped to navigate me through the challenge. A highly-decorated career Army in many heated disputes, Col. went to be with the Lord on Sunday with his family by his bedside at Bethesda Memorial Hospital. He was 90. He was candid and frank, and he was a source of knowledge. As a young reporter for one of the local newspapers, I would often sit with him outside his late mothers home and just listen to his sto ries. I had the privilege of spending more personal time with him, as my fraternity brother, and relished his sage tutelage. Oh, I marveled at his wisdom, especially how he could coin his phrase and make you feel good, even while admonishing you. He was a master of diplomacy. I recall at times asking him, Col., did the Army teach you that? to which he would smile and quip: C. Ron, you just keep living and you will see. The Quincy, Florida, native moved with his family to Delray Beach at Palm Beach County public school system. He graduated Carver High School in 1949 football team under the leadership of the late C. Spencer Pompey. He also served as president of the Junior and Senior classes. During World War II, at the age of 17, he showed his love and patriotism for the United States of America by volunteering for the Army. The highlight of his enlisted career was being selected to serve as a sentinel at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cem etery in northern Virginia. For sentinels, being selected for the walk is an honor they vie for on a daily basis. An assign ment to the midday walk, called the noon moon, is the ultimate prize. Upon his discharge, Col. re turned to complete high school then en rolled at Florida A&M College where he earned his bachelors degree and a com mission as a 2nd lieutenant in the Army. He served 30 honorable years including tours in Korea and Vietnam. He later earned a Master of Science in Education from Pepperdine University. The devoted husband, father, and family man showed love and affec tion with strict educational and family values, the love of his life, Helen Franklin Condry, told me recently. As she puts it, they were united for 62 years, 11 months and 21 days. They had two sons, Willie J. Jr., and Wayne O. After he retired in August 1980, he moved back home, which was when the City reached out to him. He lived in Boynton Beach and was active in both cities. He served as campaign man Council member Sam Wright, was a member of the Citys Human Relations and Parks and Recreation boards, as well as a member of Congressman Alcee Hastings Military Academy Cadet Selec tion Committee. He was also active in his church, Saint Paul AME in Delray Beach, where he wore many hats. I think among his prized duties were teaching Sunday School and Bible Study and singing in the Sons of Allen Male Chorus. Being the instigator, I often poked fun about his singing, to which he would respond with his trademark chuckle, And dont forget I heard you sing before C. Ron. were so many. He was a charter member of several organizations both here in his hometown and Hawaii, where he was last stationed. Services are pending at press time. It is said that some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. It is safe to say that Col. did not have that problem. On another important matter, Tuesday is election day and Boca Raton taxpayers have a lot hanging in the bal ance. I would be remiss if I did not urge you to let your voices be heard at the ballot boxes. S ix candidates are vying for two seats on the city council, including the mayors. Both positions are critical to the future of the city. Not voting could be a vote for the wrong person getting in of

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www.bocaratontribune.com COLUMNISTS The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA SOCIETY HAPPENINGS By Charlotte Beasley The Tiger Bay Club had two luncheons this month, one with speaker Jeremy Ring who is running for CFO of Florida and a Candidates Forum this week with Mayoral challengers, Interim Boca Mayor, Scott Singer, Al Zucaro and Bernie Korn and City Council candidates, Kathy Cottrell, Tamara McKee and Andy Thomson. Also joining the group, Mike Caruso, who is running for State Representative. A large turnout came to hear what they had to say about improving the quality of life in Boca Raton Most spoke about curbing the vast amount of building in the city limits. Tiger Bay Club Luncheon FAITH By Robert J. Tamasy It was U.S. President Franklin gural address, in 1933, We have noth ing to fear but fear itself. If I had been alive then, I might have been tempted to respond, Oh, yeah? Thats easy for you to say! Roosevelt had a point, however, because fear can be a powerful, paralyzing emotion, preventing us from doing or even attempting promising opportuni ties. A friend, David Sanford, wrote plague professionals. These include: Fear of silence (taking time away from atively and plan). Fear of sharing (presenting ini tial ideas or very rough drafts for others to consider and critique). Fear of selling (promoting pol ished concepts, products, plans, proposals and recommendations). Fear of rejection and failure (worrying about what others might say about us). Fear of success (worrying that others might expect more of us if we succeed). Virtually all of us can identify with at least one of these fears, possibly all of them. Several seem familiar for me. Stepping away from work to think, imag ine and plan sometimes goes against my grain. I should be doingsomething, not thinking!But if we do not take pauses from frenetic activity, how do we know we are doing the right things or doing them the right way? Selling has never been one of my strong points, as I learned early on when I was still in college. The prospect of try ing to persuade people to buy a product from me often felt like trying to twist their arms behind their backs. And I think we all have had times when we hesitated from moving forward, struggling with the thought, What if I try and do my best, and still fail? Even at this advanced stage of these fears at times. Then I try to remind myself of truths such as, If I do not try, failure is guaranteed. Or, to restate the Golden Rule, Sell unto others as you would have them sell unto you. But I have found that the real solution for overcoming fear is not clever slogans, but trusting in God, His wisdom and guidance. Here are some passages I have found helpful in that regard: Faith in Gods presence.When we confront daunting situations and fears, knowing God is with us in the midst of Do not fear, for I am with you; do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand (Isaiah 41:10). Belief in Gods love. We as Gods children believe He is sovereign that He knows our circumstances and is in control. Therefore we can trust He will use them for our ultimate good. There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love (1 John 4:18). For you did not receive a spirit of slavery that returns you to fear, but you received the Spirit of sonship, by whom we cry, Abba! Father!(Romans 8:15). Trust that God can deal with our obstacles. When problems appear too big for us to handle, we have the assurance God is bigger than our problems. What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?(Romans 8:31). Nothing To FearBut Fear Itself? Get FAA approved maintenance training at campuses coast to coast. Job placement assistance. Financial Aid for qualifying students. Military friendly. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance800-481-7894 AIRLINE CAREERS

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www.bocaratontribune.com Ber nard Korn will be run ning against Scott Singer and Al Zucaro for the role of Boca Ratons mayor in the upcoming election on Aug. 28. Singer has served as the citys mayor since Susan Haynie was suspended by Gov. Rick Scott, fol lowing her arrest in April. Korn graduated with a bach at Brooklyn College in New York and two years in the 1980s. He later worked in adult education at a Brooklyn high school and is currently a licensed real estate broker and instructor. Korn, who is planning to run for president in 2020, has never voted said he is determined to win the seat to rid Boca Raton of corruption. [The city council is] all cor rupt, he said. Susan Haynie was not working alone. Believe me. I know the players and Im cooperating with law enforcement now as we speak. He considered running for a city council seat during the last elec tion, but he said that he instead chose to mentor Kim Do, who narrowly lost to current city council member Jeremy Rodgers. Later on she got a campaign manager, she did things that I did not approve of, he said. So towards the end of the election, I said, Thats not the way we do things. Im a school. Im your mentor. She was my apprentice. We dont do things like this. She started taking money and spending money. So I basically abandoned her. And if she wouldve stayed the course, she wouldve beat him. He is running for mayor tions and only has the help of a press secretary and a few advisors, electing to not deal with volunteers. The contributions equal bribes, he said. Theyre bribes. The endorsements equal favors. I have no say is Whats in it for me? One of the issues he wants to focus on is overdevelopment, which he said is causing overcrowding in local schools. Education is very important to Korn, who said that he wants to intro students to start and end their days at different times. I did this back at South Shore High School [in New York], he said. We had the same problem. Too many students. He also suggested starting night schools or having classes on weekends, along with an option for el ementary students to come into school when the day usually ends, rather than starting in the morning. If elected, Korn said he wants to open up city hall 24/7 until he resolves the citys issues. He would also be reassigning or terminating numerous city employees, as well as reassigning the city manager and city attorney to smaller roles. I would be making decisions, not [the city manager], he said. I would be the CEO. Korn said that he wants to restore faith and trust in Boca Ratons government through new leadership, which he feels is something the city desperately needs. I am going to inspire a new generation of politicians, he said. Not only here in Boca, but throughout the United States. Meet Your Boca Raton Mayoral Candidates Bernard Korn Scott Singer Scott Singer will be running against Al Zucaro and Bernard Korn for the role of Boca Ratons mayor in the upcoming election on Aug. 28. After Mayor Susan Haynie was arrested in April, she was suspended by Gov. Rick Scott, leaving Singer to take over as mayor in her absence since May 7. He will be leaving his seat on the Boca Raton City Council in order to run for mayor, which is a seat he had occupied since he was elected in 2014. He was recently re-elected to seat A just last year. Singer has earned a bachelors degree in government from Harvard University and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. In addition to his current role as mayor, he also serves on multiple boards and committees, includ ing the Sober Homes Task Force and the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency. issue in the city that needs to be looked at and he cited his recent accomplishments regarding the issue as reasons for why he should be elected to the position. ready, some of which have been imple mented already to better move people and development have long been con cerns. You can go back to the archives of the Boca Raton news from 50 years ago and theyre talking about those issues when we were a city of 5,000 people. Singer also added that he is cur rently working on a plan for a dedicated access ramp that travels westbound from Florida Atlantic University to I-95. Maintaining balanced develop ment in Boca Raton is another item he wants to focus on. Singer said that he has been a strong voice against overdevel opment since he was elected to the city council in 2014, opposing a plan to add 2,000 residential units and only approving projects he feels were consistent with the citys goals and code. Singer added that public and school safety are very important to him and was proud to say that Boca Raton Parkland shooting in February. Recently, a long-term agreement was reached with the school district for them to fund the I was committed to having the taxpayers were funding it and now we dont have to be, but we had commitment not only visibly, but behind the scenes, he said. Singer noted that he is Boca Ra tons lone representative on the Advisory Boundary Committee and made sure that when school boundary discussions start again, Boca will have a municipal advocate there. If he was to lose the race for mayor, the city government would no mittee. If I lose my seat as mayor, Boca loses its seat and its voice on that board, he said. Singer said he believes that part nership with residents is key and along with that comes transparency, which has been put into question by many residents since Haynies arrest earlier this year. He thinks that one persons actions should not tarnish the entirety of city govern ment and he makes sure that all of the city councils dealings are in sunshine. We dont have behind the scenes conversations in stark contrast to one of my opponents in this race who has bragged on his own blog in the last month that hes had three closed door meetings with developers and negotiat ing a settlement without the residents having a seat at the table on Midtown, he said. I fought hard for residents to be involved in that process with multiple public outreach sessions and a full discus sion of planning of what was best for the residents. Right now, Singer feels that along with someone who has experience as mayor, the city needs someone with experience in Bocas city council as well. Not only do I have the ex perience of being mayor these last few months and leading the city through a turbulent time, I have the experience of being on the city council, he said. Im the most senior level there and were go ing to need that now. By: Michael Demyan Like us on www .facebook.com/BocaR atonT ribune

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www.bocaratontribune.com Al Zucaro will be running against Scott Singer and Bernard Korn for the role of Boca Ratons mayor in the upcoming election on Aug. 28. Singer has been May 7 after Susan Haynie was suspend ed, following her arrest in April. Zucaro unsuccessfully ran for the mayors seat last year, losing to Haynie by just over a thousand votes. on the West Palm Beach City Commis sion from 1995-2002. He earned his law degree at Nova Southeastern University and a bachelor of arts in economics at Ford ham University in New York. Currently, Zucaro works as an immigration lawyer, as well as the publisher of BocaWatch. In 1999, he founded the World Trade Center Palm Beach and has twice been people in International Trade and Com merce. Zucaro believes that overdevel opment in Boca Raton is still a problem compared to when he ran for mayor last year and that the city is currently lacking strong leadership. One of my themes in this race is that the city council, under its current leadership, is reactive as opposed to proactive, he said. Theyre reacting to situations that have been allowed to fester for years as opposed to have proactively moved forward years ago to do what they should have been doing and now theyre doing it. School safety is also something that Zucaro is concerned about and feels that it is something that has not yet been addressed in an effective way. He said that the city previously did not care about school overcrowding that it was the school districts problem until the Parkland shooting earlier this year. Now all of a sudden, mem bers of city council are concentrating on school overcrowding [since the shooting] and talking a little bit about school safety, he said. He suggested adding a budget line in the citys budget which would en able the city to pay for off-duty police until the school board can solve the safety problem. Zucaro also feels strongly about improving the overall quality of life in Boca Raton, which he thinks is not up to par of what it should be. What Im beginning to see is the infrastructure, the roadways, the marking on the roadways, the stop lines. They are in some places nonexistent, he said. We are not doing for the resi dents that live in our city, some of the basic services necessary to meet that quality of life standard. Thats becom ing a major issue for me as a represen tative of the resident. He additionally mentioned that beyond infrastructure and roadways, Boca Raton parks are an important aspect of the city that need to be pro tected. now the issue of protecting the parks, protecting the recreational advantages that are in the city, and particularly pro tecting our beach. I have an exemplary track record on those issues. Compared to multiple other candidates who are and have run for local government seats in Boca though, he does not think that the city has explained that some improvements could be made, such as creating des ignated turning lanes to prevent some problems like they have in other places around the world, he said. We have and there is some legitimacy that some but what we havent addressed is how do we mitigate those periods of time so they are not as impactful as they are now. While Zucaro thinks that Boca Raton has the potential to be a worldclass city, it is not there yet and he wants to change that. There is this belief that we are a world-class city, but I think we are missing some of the basics in tak ing care of the resident as opposed to establishing an image. Meet Your Boca Raton Mayoral Candidates Al Zucaro By: Michael Demyan An experience of a lifetime.Diveheart Military Wounded (DMW) DMWs mission based diving philosophy gives veteran participants that purpose again, helping them cope with their New Normal invigorating the spirit and the imagination of each veteran with disabilities. WWW.DIVEHEART.ORG/DONATE 630.964.1983

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www.bocaratontribune.com Kathy Cottrell will be a third resident-friendly voice on the city council nally, the majority weve been seeking!Political advertisement paid for and approved by Kathy Cottrell for Boca Raton City Council, Seat A.Endorsed by: BocaWatch kathycottrellbocaraton@gmail.com Kathy Cottrell for Boca Raton City Council, Seat Awww.kathycottrellbocaraton.comA Boca Raton native, and one of four generations of family living in Boca Raton, Kathy Cottrell has seen, rsthand, the changes that have transformed Boca. As a Senior Organizational Developmental Consultant for Fortune 500 companies, Kathy has developed and implemented award winning organizational programs, managed multimillion dollar budgets and spearheaded initiatives for 100,000 plus employees. For the past several years, Kathy has attended most city council, CRA and workshop meetings to better understand the local issues that impact our lives.As our Councilwoman, Kathys priorities will include: responsible growth that takes our residents quality of life into consideration. working with the school district to address school safety and overcrowding. ensuring the penny sales tax referendum money is spent on much need infrastructure (roads, parking, public spaces, transit, etc.). bridging the communications gap between our city and our residents.Kathy Cottrell has the knowledge and experience to hit the ground running day one!Kathy Cottrell...The right person at the right time!Kathy is proud to be endorsed by Councilwoman Andrea Levine ORourke 2180307 Cottrell Friendly ad.indd 1 8/14/18 2:29 PM Andy Thomson has put Boca Raton First!COMMUNITY ADVISORY PANELrffntbbttfb fnnffnbnfrnfnftbtbf CLEAN BEACHESfnbffbf brbrfffffftbb nrrbfnbnnnfr TRAFFIC EXPERT fbffff fffnffrf frtbffnfbrbrrf ffbrfnr SOCCER COACHb ffbrf bffftfb bffnb bfrb tbfbfb ff PROBLEM SOLVERftb rnfnrffff nbnntfnnb bfrfn Andy Thomson is the community advocate we need.Vote Andy Thomson for City Council on Tuesday, August 28th Paid by Andy Thomson for City Council Vote Andy Thomson for City Council on Tuesday, August 28th

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www.bocaratontribune.com ELECTION SPECIAL 2018 Questionnaire 1. Kathryn Kathy Cottrell 2. Age: 60; 11/12/1957; Neighborhood: Lake Floresta; Married to Tom Rieman (Florida native, FAU Alumnus) 3. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in News Editing and Reporting from the University of Florida, a Masters Degree in Public Policy and Administration from California State University and a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Organizational Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. 4. Semi-retired, Organizational Development Consultant 6. Ive had a lifetime of volunteer, community and civic involvement. For the past several years, I have attended most city council and CRA meetings as well as city workshops to learn the issues of concern of the Boca Raton residents. I have a good understanding of the issues impacting our quality of life. I was a proponent of protecting city owned water front I served as a member of the citys Zoning Board of Adjustment. Recently, I held a leadership role at my local church as President of the Episcopal Church Women where I led the organization spearheading fellowship and fundraising efforts to support various causes including the design and introduction of a womens scholarship program and other efforts. I am a current member of the Boca Raton Pioneer Club and a member of the Boca Raton Historical Society. Among other Counselor. quality of life issues that are important to the citizens of Boca Raton. I am a native of Boca Raton, born and reared hereIve seen tremendous changes and want to ensure the future of our community has a semblance of what I experi enced growing up here regarding our parks, recreation and green space. Boca Raton is special. I believe preserving our qual to attract and retain businesses to come (and stay) in Boca because of what we offer from a quality of life and economic development perspective is essential. 8. School overcrowding is an issue. The city needs to do a better job assessing the impact of development on our already overcrowded schools; and while development is not the only reason for overcrowding (we acknowledge that changing demo graphics may also be a contributing factor to school overcrowding) it is the most preventable. The Boca Raton City Council has begun to take a more active role to address school overcrowding calling out the issue; creating a more effective working relationship with the Palm Beach County School Board and our own representative (Frank Barbieri) for joint problem solving; recently asking questions about the accuracy of recent School Capacity Availability De termination (SCAD) reports; using volunteer groups to help gather school information (such as the community advisory panel of which I was a recent member) and recently assigning an Education Task Force to address several issues including overcrowding. 9. I think we can do a better job of assessing, more often, our performance regarding pending goals/priorities and the status 10. City government is important on several levels most importantly they exist to serve the public -the residents of the sewage, etc.). But most important its to set direction and provide a vision for the citys future that encompasses safety, accordingly. There are hundreds of issues that go before a city government and the council members are elected to ensure the citizens needs and desires have been addressed when these issues are contemplated, and to ensure the local laws and regulations are in alignment with the greater state at large. 11. My strengths include my perspective of Boca Raton as a native and part of four generations of family living in Boca and my understanding of the concerns of the residents of Boca Raton a perspective that also spans having lived here over 30 years while spending time here throughout my life. My strength includes my advanced education (Reference Answer #3), having worked in Fortune 500 companies (in both a consulting role and having operational experience) with increasingly challenging senior level responsibilities having worked in multiple industries (healthcare, retail, government, hospitality, ferent views of life and living; my strength comes from having extensive travel exposing me to different people and varied life styles (Europe, South Africa, Japan, South America, etc.) giving me an even greater appreciation for this jewel we call home; my strength comes from my family, and parents who instilled in me a strong work ethic, an inclusive mentality and a passion for giving back. I also have a vast array of applicable skills due to my education that can be applied day one as a councilmember (complex problem solving, critical thinking, strategic visioning, process improvement, change management, 12. Top 3 campaign issues: 1) Im concerned about our quality of life as relates to preserving our green and recreational space, our beaches, and parks for our residents to enjoy, while continuing to keep and entice businesses to come to Boca who also want to enjoy an outdoor lifestyle our economic development depends on it. 2) The next issue concerns overdevelopment and its impact relative to our residents attitudes and preferences. With experienced leadership there are ways to ensure responsible development alongside economic growth. Responsible development can occur when we plan wisely and work to ensure a collaborative process with the residents and developers. 3) We also need to do everything we can to ensure we live in a safe environment especially as relates to our schools. Keeping our children safe is paramount and we need to implement whatever safety measures possible. These are not just my views, but the views of the many residents Ive met with thus far. 13. We should consider areas carefully and strategically. Based on criteria that is both pro and con from the city and the potential residents related to services, taxes, amenities, association, etc. Whats good for the City of Boca Raton and the resi dents in question? From a city perspective is there a return on the investment that makes sense? We would want to consider what would be a win-win for all. 14. My vision is a city which provides well planned development with public amenities second to none and a quality of life we can be proud of. During my campaign I have had hundreds of meaningful conversations with the residents of this City. sound and more. My major objective is not only to preserve but improve on those attributes that make us special. I want to preserve the past while evolving into the future. Among those cities that choose the path of overdevelopment, I prefer to see the City of Boca Raton as an Oasis (remember a City within a park?). 15. In many respects, Boca Raton is already a college town. Lynn University and FAU are a part of our history on many levels and we should celebrate and leverage that! Their success is our success and an increasing partnership with the city is Town and Gown program. We are also fortunate to be able to take advantage of supporting FAUs Tech Runway a great way to support local economic development efforts which, in turn, helps stimulate opportunities to help retain students postgraduation. 16. I am for responsible development! 17. I admire Abraham Lincoln our 16th President he was primarily a self-educated man, who rose to greatness, fought to abolish slavery, and endorsed equal rights. I see him as a role model still today in so many ways. Editors Note: Each of the three candidates for Seat A on the City Council received a copy of this questionnaire. We asked them to tell us a little bit about themselves so you could be more informed as you vote on August 28. Kathy Cottrell 1) Name: 2) Personal: 3) Education: 4) Profession: 5) Political Background: 6) Community Involvement: 7) Why have you decided to run? 8) What are your thoughts on school overcrowding? 9) Is City Council currently doing anything that you would immedi ately like to change if elected? 10) Why is City Government important? 11) What do you feel are your strengths and how do they help the city council? 12) If you had to pick your top 3 campaign issues, what would they be? 13) What is your position on expanding the service boundaries of the city? 14) Whats your vision for the City in the future? 15) What are your thoughts on the ever-growing population of FAU? Can Boca Raton become a college town? And if so, how will the city be able to retain these students once they graduate? 16) Are you pro or anti-development? 17) Who is a political gure you admire the most, and why?

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www.bocaratontribune.com Tamara McKee Andy Thomson 1. Andy Thomson 2. Age: 36, Neightborhood: Millpond, Married to Joanna; three children (Allie 6, Maddie 4, and Henry 2) with one on the way due in February 2019 3. B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Georgia Tech, J.D., University of Miami School of Law 4. Business litigation attorney 5. Ran unsuccessfully for Boca Raton City Council in 2017 6. My career in business litigation provides a tremendous opportunity for public service through pro bono income individuals, and seniors. Based on my commitment to pro bono, in 2016, the Legal Aid Society of whom I am licensed to practice. I served as vice-chair of the City of Boca Ratons Education Task Force, which analyzes and provides recommendations to the City regarding public school capacity, construction, renova tions, and security. I also served on the City of Boca Ratons Community Advisory Panel, which provides a public forum for residents to voice their concerns and express their needs regarding quality of life issues in the City. With my background in civil engineering and transportation, I was appointed to serve on the Palm Beach County Transportation Planning Agencys Citizen Advisory Committee. TPA (the equivalent of a City Board, but relating to transportation, which is both a regional issue and critical situation. As a volunteer with the Eda and Cliff Viner Community Scholars Foundation, I am a mentor to a recent graduate Our family lives in Millpond, and I am the Millpond representative to the Federation of Boca Raton Homeowner Associations. Finally, I get to relive my college football playing days (I was a punter at Georgia Tech) by volunteering as a Com munity Captain for the Boca Raton Bowl. As a Community Captain, I help organize and execute the many events surrounding the game like the team arrivals, pep rally, and the bowl games participation in the Citys Holiday Parade. 7. Campaigns are essentially job interviews, and I have the ideal experience and skill set for this job. As a business litigator, I am trusted with solving peoples problems and resolving their business disputes. I am an advo the legal community has recognized that Im good at it; for six straight years, Ive been honored by Florida Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in business litigation. In our political climate, solving problems and resolving disputes are critical skills, and I am the only candidate who would meaningfully bring them to the job. Before I became incredibly useful on the City Council, and I am the only candidate who offers it. ultimately alleviate many of the capacity issues. Second, it created an Education Task Force to analyze, hear public input, and provide indepth recommendations regarding the overcrowding issue. I immediately applied to serve on the Education Task Force, was appointed, and was elected its vice-chair. The Task Force has been meeting my strong relationship with Frank Barbieri, Bocas school board member, will help in that regard. 9. I would like more in-depth evaluations of our city manager and city attorney. The council performs evaluations now, but they should be done far more frequently and be far more comprehensive; recently, those evaluations have been rare and cursory. I recognize that these evaluations may be uncomfortable because they are conducted in a public meeting, but that type of public scrutiny comes with the job. 10. City government is involved in so much of peoples everyday lives, and most of the time people dont even local government. If people care about any of those things and nearly everybody does they should care about local government. issues. Some people either shy away from disagreement or merely complain about perceived problems. But I see disputes as opportunities to bring people closer and work collaboratively toward a solution. Resolving disputes is my day job, and its a skill set that government at all levels but particularly local government needs. I also have our Citys long-term future in mind. God willing, I plan on being in Boca for 40 more years, and my kids will be here for 60 years or more. Todays issues are obviously important, but the long-term health and prosperity of our 12. Top 3 campaign issues: of living in South Florida particularly Boca Raton because people will always want to live here. Some of the 2. Keeping Boca Raton a World-Class City There has been turmoil recently between pro-development and anti-development groups, and I believe the best path forward to keep Boca Raton a relevant and vibrant city while still maintaining Bocas charm is by properly vetting the proposed projects, increasing transparency and public participation, and ensuring the projects that are approved align with Bocas character and foundation. Our quality of life here is so high because of two factors: public safety and our natural beauty. As a father of three young children, public safety is always on my list of priorities. I want to make sure we feel safe in our City, and families see Boca Raton our parks, beaches, and recreational areas so that future generations can grow up playing in the same parks that I did when I was a kid and have the same wonderful memories of Boca that I have. 1. Tamara McKee 2. Age, 48; Neighborhood, Palm Beach Farms; Married, No; Children, 4 children 3. Bachelors Degree History, FIU. 4. Actor, Producer 5. 8 years political service experience Sea, Boca Ballet and Grace Community Church. 2003 Founding member Boca Raton HS PTSA 2010-12 City of Boca Raton Board of Elder Affairs duties under the Sunshine. 8. Boundary jumping needs to be stopped by School District. 9. City Council needs to have a designated member to liason directly with the School District, and I propose to be that person. 10. City Government is the one that is in your daily life. When you turn on the faucet, go to the library or drive anywhere. 11. What do you feel are your strengths and how do they help the city council? I am not controlled by developers or crazy dark money blogs. I am the strong, experienced and balanced candidate with a record of proven leadership. I am the only candidate who has real roots and results in Boca Raton. I have lived here 20 years, and my challengers hide the fact that they are 2 year and 5 year residents. I can hit the ground running bc I have done the same scope of work the City Council has done. 12. Top 3 Campaign Issues: 1. Transparency, 3. Public schools 13. I am not opposed to looking at annexation. 14. Boca is a city with a world class brain and a small town heart. ence our city. 16. Boca needs to stay Boca. Not Delray or Ft Lauderdale. 17. Ronald Reagan. He was an actor and a great leader. I am to follow in his footsteps. ELECTION SPECIAL 2018 3. More Communication, Understanding and Collaboration Too often, some people lose sight of how good we really have it in Boca Raton. Some seem to take for granted the resources and assets we have here, and they focus on what they believe is going wrong. One tangible example are struggling with how to reduce their crime rate or address the sober home epidemic. In Boca Raton, however, our most intense debate centered on whether to have a park or a high-end restaurant on a prime piece of waterfront real estate. Perhaps this is human nature, but perhaps it comes from a perceived disconnect with their leaders; if people feel as if they are on the outside looking in on decisions being made, they are far more likely to be critical. We can address this divide by working collaboratively with all segments of our City. I have vowed to and will represent ALL residents of our entire City. Once residents feel that every voice matters, including theirs, I believe that our City can work together constructively to address our issues. We can further accomplish this by increasing the transparency and inclusivity of the Citys business. Much of the turmoil within our City recently could be eliminated if the City promoted greater transparency, communication, and public participation. revenues generated from the annexation would need to exceed the projected costs of services. In addition, any considered annexing Boniello Acres, an equestrian-style community where residents are permitted to keep farm animals such as goats, chickens, and horses. It would not make sense for the City to incorporate that type of commu nity, and their residents largely felt the same way. 14. My vision for the City is to preserve our quality of life for our children. I have three small children (and one more on the way), so I also have our Citys long-term future in mind. God willing, I plan on being in Boca for 40 more years, and my kids will be here for 60 years or more. Todays issues are obviously important, but the long-term health and prosper 15. I love FAU. My parents met there in 1967, fell in love, got married, and I am the result. That makes me a product of FAU. Over time, FAU has grown substantially, and FAUs growth has largely been healthy for our City. I will push to make sure that Boca Ratons economy remains strong so that we have quality jobs available for FAU students once they graduate. 16. I am against overdevelopment and believe that managing growth is a critical issue in our City. But I also believe that responsible and smart growth, managed to ensure that we do not grow too fast, is healthy and will help keep Boca Ratons economy and quality of life thriving. 17. Abraham Lincoln. Not only did he guide our nation through our darkest hour, but he embodied humility, wisdom, and a servants heart.

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www.bocaratontribune.com Sales Exec The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com FULL OR PART TIME e Boca Raton Tribune is looking for exceptional Sales Representatives to deliver the growth of the publication. is is a fantastic opportunity for the right person who would be proud to represent the Boca Raton Tribune. Send letter of intent and resume to jobs@bocaratontribune.com ELECTION SPECIAL 2018 Questionnaire 1) Name: 2) Personal: 3) Education: 4) Profession: 5) Political Background: 6) Community Involvement: 7) Why have you decided to run? 8) What are your thoughts on school overcrowding? 9) Is City Council currently doing anything that you would immedi ately like to change if elected? 10) Why is City Government important? 11) What do you feel are your strengths and how do they help the city council? 12) If you had to pick your top 3 campaign issues, what would they be? 13) What is your position on expanding the service boundaries of the city? 14) Whats your vision for the City in the future? 15) What are your thoughts on the ever-growing population of FAU? Can Boca Raton become a college town? And if so, how will the city be able to retain these students once they graduate? 16) Are you pro or anti-development? 17) Who is a political gure you admire the most, and why? 1. Bernard Korn 2. Personal: 63, Neighborhood: Sun & Surf Club, Marital Status: Separated, Children: Michael and Amanda 3. Bachelors Degree in Business & Finance from Brooklyn College 4. Licensed Real Estate Broker & Licensed Real Estate Instructor 5. Political Navigator, Coach, Mentor, Instructor, Political School Located In Boca Raton, Federal Election Commission Candidate REGISTRATION & CERTIFICATION ID # P00005512 7. To expose & end corruption, bureaucracy, bullying 9. They Are Corrupt and Incompetent 10. Everyone Has Lost Faith & Trust In Boca Raton Government. This Needs To Be Restored ASAP 11. New Leadership Is Needed Immediately. Boca Raton Is Losing Business. Restaurants Are Closing Down. Companies Are Leaving 12. Top 3 Campaign Issues: 1) Corruption 2) Bureaucracy 3) Bullying 14. A mayor with honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability and loyalty to the residents, not the builders & developers 15. Need comprehensive plan to address. Boca Raton can become a college town and in order to keep these students here we need to offer great jobs, business opportunity & housing opportunity for them and their family 16. Anti development for now, builders & developers are preparing lawsuits 17. No response Editors Note: Each of the three candidates running for the Mayor seat received a copy of this questionnaire. We asked them to tell us a little bit about them selves so you could be more informed as you vote on August 28. Bernard Korn

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www.bocaratontribune.com Scott Singer Al Zucaro 1. Alfred Al Zucaro 2. Age: 69; Neighborhood: Golden Harbour; Married to Yvonne Boice; No children 3. B.A. Economics Fordham University; Juris Doctorate Nova Southeastern University 4. Attorney 5. City Commissioner, West Palm Beach, 1995 to 2002; President of the City Commission 2000 2001; ran for Mayor in WPB in 2007 against Lois Frankel; ran for Mayor of Boca Raton in 2017 against Susan Haynie 6. Various appointments to boards and committees countywide including, but not limited to, Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Board Member; Palm Beach County Board Member; Workforce Alliance, Board Member; Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission, Board Member; and others 7. I am running for Mayor of Boca Raton to complete the transformation of our city govern ment from a developer-driven institution to one that is more resident-friendly, including updat ing the City Charter, an obsolete document written in the 1960s and relatively unchanged in over a half a century; and to bring open and transparent government to the residents. 8. School overcrowding is a symptom of overdevelopment without planning for the foreseeable consequences. The City Council has been reactive not proactive regarding overcrowding. Until recently, the council has taken the position that overcrowding was not their job. As Mayor, I will develop a closer relationship with the school board; have a more active presence in Tal lahassee on these issues and place a higher demand on developers to contribute time, effort and money to the common good of school overcrowding and safety. 9. City Council performance is rudderless, feckless...the city council is the governing body of the city. Leadership is often non-existent and conversations about direction, policy and tactics are often embarrassing. The council defers to the administration more often than not. They rarely challenge the administration, accepting as gospel what staff tells them. Staff often misinforms and misleads the council with little if any push back by council on topics. I would demand all agenda review meetings be held in full public view; open and transparent govern ment. I would also insist that the City Council create and fund a position of Internal Auditor; a position that has the power to go behind the Manager and Attorney and report directly back to the council on assigned items. 10. City governments purpose is to avoid chaos and to insure quality of life for the resi dents. 11. My strengths are a deep background in local politics; an inquisitive mind and the strength of character to tell the administration what they are to do and demand that they complete it in a timely manner and within or under budget. Currently, the city manager leads a closed and non-transparent administration; as exampled in my comment about agenda review meetings individually with council members. Reportedly, councilpersons are called in separately and This often leads to the comment in chambers that I had questions, but the city manager and/ part of an open dialogue and all members of the council should hear the answers at the same time and on the public record. 12. Top 3 campaign issues: overcrowding; 2) Ethics or lack thereof is resulting in the perception of corruption requiring greater open and transparent government; and, 3) Diminished quality of life issues. 13. I am not in favor of expanding the service boundaries. 14. Returning to a less intrusive time; preserving our parks and beaches against development and commercialization; continuing with the notion of a city within a park and a low density play; and implement, as originally envisioned, the planned mobility concepts that have now 15. The city should welcome the opportunity to partner with FAU and negotiate for the Town and Gown concepts that have been talked about, for way to long now, without implementation. FAU is an economic driver and should be embraced. Boca is already a college town in many re spects. Our higher education campuses attract students for around the globe; couple this with the Boca Regional Hospital and the international airport and Boca Raton is perfectly situation as a major attractor for western hemispheric expansion. 16. I support responsible smart growthtaking into consideration the changing demographics and the charm and ambiance of Boca Raton. 17. Abraham LincolnHe saved the republic in a time of great divisiveness; he was a leader that did what was needed at the time in a historical period not unlike today. Determined; com mitted and stronga leader not a follower. 1. Scott Singer 2. Age: 42. My wife Bella and I are the proud parents of two children: Daniel, 6, and Rachel, 5. 3. B.A. cum laude, Government, Harvard University J.D., Georgetown University Law Center Graduate of Pine Crest School 4. Attorney; small business owner 5. I was elected to the City Council in 2014, and was re-elected in 2017, with more than 70% of the vote. I became 6. In addition to serving Bocas residents as Mayor, my current service includes the: 7. Im proud of my work in partnering with residents and bringing needed change to champion a new school for Boca, oppose overdevelopment, improve planning, increase high-paying jobs, and enhance green space and services. I look forward to continuing to lead to improve the quality of life for our residents and ensure a brighter future for Boca Raton. provide 13 acres so that a new K-5 school could be built in Boca Raton, which will add nearly 1,300 student seats. opportunity presented itself. We have had frequent discussions with School Board Member Frank Barbieri to ad dress other factors affecting capacity, such as magnet programs, which the District is addressing. Ive been appointed to the School District Advisory Boundary Committee, where I will advocate for our municipal interests during boundary redrawing. 9. The City Council should continue to build on recent successes in providing excellent services to residents and planning for long-term success. Im proud of my record of having meaning dialogue with residents and giving everyone a seat at the table. I thought it was important to be the only council member in many years to have regular town hall meetings, and I will continue to do so. Listening to our residents is key, and thats why Ive worked to increase outreach and be a leader who listens. My record shows I have the concerns of residents in mind and the vision to keep Boca moving toward a brighter future for this and future generations. 10. City government is important because it is the level of government that is closest to our lives. We use city Councilman, Im proud to have voted to lower the already-lowest tax rate for any full-service city in the county, and at the same time, increased our world-class services by adding more public safety positions, expanding our parks and waterways, investing in our libraries, and generally expanding services. 11. My vision for the city is one of the reasons Boca residents should keep me working for them. Ive been a strong ness growth, communications, ethics, and accessibility. Ive proposed and worked to pass new laws and policies that have helped create high-paying jobs, cut red tape, increased transparency, and improved dealings with residents. Ive public safety positions, expanding our parks, and investing in our libraries. My record, including my town-hall series and forums on planning, show I have the concerns of residents in mind and the vision to keep Boca moving toward a brighter future for this and future generations. 12. Top 3 campaign issues: 1) Growth and Development. I have stood alone on the Council at times to oppose overdevelop ment, including on three of the largest proposed rezonings in our citys history. I have supported growth consistent with our code, land use map, and goals. The need for greater long-range planning is more palpable than ever, which is why the city needs to both continue planning efforts in process, like Midtown, and also pursue new initiatives. Some of these include injecting some more commercial opportunities into the older neighborhoods along Dixie Highway, encouraging the creation of a University District, and exploring changes to roadways like a downtown county to turn control of the lights at the I-95 intersections over to city staff so that they can be timed with the rest of our lights. We can continue to explore creative solutions, such as a downtown bypass along Dixie Highway, more than 1,000 units without proper planning, like one of my opponents recently and repeatedly proposed for the Midtown area, in direct opposition to his position a month earlier, before he was a candidate. of an economic development manager position, and last year, advocated for the departments expansion. The We face challenges from the overall U.S. economic climate, and greater competition from cities in our region, across the nation, and around the world. We have the opportunity to expand on our favorable tax climate to continue to attract substantial businesses. 13. I have no particular desire to expand the service boundaries of the city through annexation. Annexation should be done very carefully, and only if the areas to be annexed will result in a substantial amount of net revenue to the city and the neighborhoods are consistent with the character of our neighborhoods. I did not support a recent discussion to annex a neighborhood that differed in character and where the residents did not support it. 14. My vision for the city continues to honor our unique past and traditions and remain a vibrant community where people want to live, work, play, visit, and retire. 15. Boca Raton is a town with some colleges, but not solely a college town. We have a diverse group of profession als, industries, economic drivers, and attractors that will make the growing successes at FAU, Lynn, and PBSC an important part of our city, but not the sole focus of our city. We will work to propel Boca Raton forward through strengthening our schools as an important economic driver and for quality of life, better planning for transportation my term as Mayor, we set as a priority to focus on the medical and technology industries to leverage our successes (like the expansion of Modernizing Medicine) to create a medical/technology eco-system. Attracting young profes sionals remains a key focus of this initiative and other planning at the city. 16. I support reasonable growth and oppose overdevelopment. Ive been a strong advocate against overdevelop ment and have stood alone in opposing the single biggest upzoning in our citys history and other projects that did not improve the lives of residents. I have supported growth consistent with our code, land use map, and goals. Ive voted to strengthen our open space standards, set height limits to preserve our oceanfront neighborhoods, and op posed efforts to add excessive apartment units. ELECTION SPECIAL 2018 17. I admire President Theodore Roosevelt. He accomplished a great deal as a President, and most notably, was an independent thinker who built support in different camps, not having support from only one side exclusively but broad support from many people. He also accomplished a great deal outside of public service, as a noted naturalist, explorer, historian, and author.

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www.bocaratontribune.com SPORTS The Boca Raton Tribune Like us on www .facebook.com/BocaR atonT ribune The 2017 NCAA Division II National Runner-Up Lynn University men's soccer team has been picked to ence in the 2018 preseason poll released on Tuesday. Voting was conducted by men's soccer coaches from the league. Palm Beach Atlantic has been selected as the preseason favorite in the closest SSC men's soccer poll on record. PBA received 92 total votes and University of Tampa earned second by the narrowest of margins, tallying 91 total came in a close third with 90 total votes PBA, Tampa and Lynn were ranked topthree on every ballot. Rounding out the The Fighting Knights knocked round of the NCAA Tournament en route to reaching the national champi onship match for the fourth time since 2011. Lynn would play to a scoreless tie over 110 minutes against the University of Charleston before falling in penalty kicks. This year's squad returns eight starters, including All-American central defender Niklas Tasky, while also wel coming the return of 2016 SSC Player of the Year Jack Watson, who missed last season with an injury. Tasky will anchor a defense that could be one of the stron gest in the nation as all four starters are back. The team's 10 goals allowed last year were the fewest by a Blue and White squad since 2006 and tied for the thirdlowest in program history. SSC regular season title while Tampa earned the conference tournament Spartans own the most regular season titles at 14 while Lynn and Rollins share championships. Lynn (No. 2), PBA (No. 9) and Tampa (No. 23) represent the SSC in the 2018 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division II preseason men's poll. The ranking was announced Tuesday, August 7th. Lynn opens up its season on Friday, Aug. 31, at 6 p.m. when it hosts Christian Brothers at Bobby Campbell Stadium. The Fighting Knights begin league play on Sep. 15, as they host Flor ida Southern. Fans can watch all of the action live on the Lynn Sports Network. Lynn Mens Soccer Picked Third in SSC Preseason Poll The Florida Atlantic University volleyball team will begin the 2018 cam paign this weekend at the Sunshine State Challenge, hosted by the University of Miami. The Owls will face Florida Gulf Coast, UM and UCF over the weekend. in a poll of the C-USA coaches, after Abbi Reid and Ivone Martinez and junior Sigourney Kame were all named to the preseason All-Conference team. All three were also named to the all-conference team at the end of the last season. History: The Owls hold a 7-3 advantage over FGCU in the all-time series, including a 3-1 win last season at a tournament in Fort Myers. FAU lost to UM and UCF at that same tournament. UM leads the all-time series over the Owls 9-1, while UCF's all-time record moved to 31-9. Coverage: Links to live stats of all matches and video of the UM match will be available at fausports.com. Upcoming: FAU will return home for the FAU Invitational on Friday, Aug. 31 and Saturday, Sept. 1. FAU Volleyball Opens Season at Sunshine State Challenge

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www.bocaratontribune.com Political advertisement paid for and approved by Al Zucaro for Mayor of Boca Raton.For the past six years, Al Zucaro has been leading the fight against overdevelopment.As Publisher of BocaWatch, Al Zucaro has led the fight against overdevelopment and its impact on our quality of life.Als opponent, Scott Singer, has voted for every single development project except one!Partial list of Singer YES votes: Tower 155 Mizner 200 (Monarch) Fairway Commons Boca Colonnade 375 Royal Palm 6700 North Congress 900 Broken Sound 5201 Congress 5500 Broken Sound Via Mizner 475 Royal Palm Boca Highlands Spanish River Highlands 1 South Ocean Many of these projects have yet to break ground. Despite the public outcry, Singer continues to approve one development project after the next, while taking campaign contributions from these same developers. Its time we elect a truly resident-friendly Mayor.Vote for Al Zucaro on August 28.*City of Boca Raton, Office of the City Clerkwww.zucaroformayor.com Mizner 200 (Monarch) a 1,000 linear foot development approved for Mizner Blvd. south of Palmetto Park Road 2180278 zucaro 10x14.indd 1 7/24/18 2:57 PM