Better, Stronger, and Safer Schools

“[S]ince the school crowding problem presented itself, Singer has done about as much as a local official in Florida can do.” Boca Magazine, July 2018.

New School:  Mayor Scott Singer championed the first new public school in Boca Raton in more than a decade.  In December 2017, he put together the put together the plan for the city to provide 13 acres so that a new K-5 school could be built in Boca Raton, which will add nearly 1,300 student seats. The City Council and School District unanimously supported this proposal, which will help address capacity issues at many Boca schools….

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Scott’s Record on Development Issues

Mayor Scott Singer has worked to achieve better designed buildings by raising expectations for development. His calls for more meaningful open space were instrumental in changing a 13-year policy that now require more open space for downtown projects. Applicants have responded, with recent approvals providing millions of dollars in offsite roadway improvements and dedicated public space. Scott was the only …

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A Proven Record of Results

During his time serving the residents of Boca, Scott Singer has voted to lower the tax rate, add public safety positions, expand the city’s economic development efforts to create more high-paying jobs, and invest in traffic and mobility improvements.  Scott sponsored laws that cut red tape, enhanced green space, and increased transparency and ethics standards….

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Planning for the Future

Scott has held summits and discussions with neighborhood, school, and business leaders to build consensus on plans for the long-term success of our community.

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