BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) —The date, time, and location have been set for the upcoming City Council debate. Here’s the press release we just received:
Candidates for Boca Raton’s City Council Seat D, incumbent Anthony Majhess and challenger Frank Chapman, will face off in a debate hosted by Broken Sound Club on Monday, March 5 at 7 p.m.
The debate is open to residents of the Broken Sound Club and Woodfield Country Club communities and invitees, and is expected to draw about 300 attendees. Trish Bachman, Communications and Media/Television Journalism faculty member of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale will moderate.
John Crean, CCM, CCE, general manager of Broken Sound Club, extended the debate invitation to give Broken Sound Club’s 1,600 families and their Woodfield neighbors a first-hand opportunity to assess the candidates’ positions on key issues. “While national elections dominate the news, the City’s future and fiscal health deserve close attention,” said Crean.
He added that Broken Sound Club is known for its active role in positively spotlighting the City, from hosting the PGA Tour Allianz Championship to implementing a sustainability program that has earned international attention for environmental stewardship.
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