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    Boca Raton Case Study

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    Just 43 miles to the north of Miami at the southernmost tip of Palm Beach Country lies the city of Boca Raton, Florida (FL). As one of the largest business communities in the state, the city has become a high traffic area with lots of people from outside the city commuting in for work. The city also finds itself dealing with a number of drug related issues due in large part to drug trafficking issues spilling over from the Miami area. Relevant Drug Stats Out of the Boca Raton, Florida (FL) Area For several decades now, the South Florida coastline has proven to be a haven for drug traffickers coming in from South America. As a result, many of the areas local communities like Boca Raton have seen an increase in both drug related crimes and drug abuse and addiction. Based on 2013 information provided by the Pew Research Center, Miami-Dade/Broward/Palm Beach counties form the largest block of drug related arrests in the state at approximately 50,000 of the state's 126,000 total. For addicts who get caught up in the activity, the only way out is by seeking recovery from a quality drug and alcohol rehab center. Drug and Alcohol Rehab For Residents of Boca Raton In the region, (client name) provides a large menu of drug and alcohol rehab treatment options…

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    Thanks to the sudden interest in the dating services, there has been mushrooming of the service providers. It has become really difficult to distinguish between a genuine and expert Matchmaker Boca Raton from the rookie. The main question that arises is how to choose a quality dating service provider; a provider who can help you to define and then achieve your laid goals in an effort to find your preferred romantic partner. Even though this tip is against the usual trend, you must prefer to…

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    Case Study: Boca Raton

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    Economic, geographic, demographic and socioeconomic factors have greatly influenced Nordstrom. Economically, people in the Boca Raton area tend to have a salary of $75,000 to $100,000 compared to others. This means that the income they receive is above people in other areas. This allows people in Boca Raton, to buy goods that are in the higher price points offered at Nordstrom. By having a limit on income, it would be hard to buy these products. Running in a high-income city is…

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    Boca Raton Case Analysis

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    As noted by the Boca Raton Airport Authority, “Boca Raton Airport is publicly-owned by the State of Florida and is designated as a general aviation transport facility. It is located on 214 acres in Boca Raton off of I-95 between Spanish River Boulevard and Glades Road” (para. 5-8). As John M. Bryson explains, we engage in strategic planning “… in the United States and elsewhere … to help public and nonprofit organizations create public value” (kindle file). Bryson furthermore explains, “…

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    holding my alcohol. Being Jamaicana had it’s perks. The drive back to The Waldorf Astoria Resort Boca Raton Resort, from the concert was crazy and I needed to enjoy myself. More J. Cole music played in the background and I knew the party was already in full swing. I was in a great mood and already flirting with half of the guys in my suite that wanted to get me drunk. To my left was a guy, the only person I didn 't recognize in my…

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    Monitoring Methodology Monitoring methodology is a science of using tools and monitoring techniques to properly document or provide transparency into a set of problems. Monitoring is the process of observing, checking and documenting a process over a longitudinal period of time.With respect to Boca Raton Regional Hospital (BRRH) our group identified two maintain points of interest when looking at its current finances. The hospital’s days cash on hand is extremely low when benchmarked against…

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    healthy and clean through ocean conservation. I would like to learn more about simple ways to conserve our waterways, and the organisms that inhabit them. 3. Please give a brief and specific description of the fieldwork you will are proposing for this course. For my service learning fieldwork, I would like to participate in cleanup whether it be at the beach, a park, my community, or a highway. One of the best ways to preserve our Earth is to ensure that there is as little trash in areas they…

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    Raton Basin Essay

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    The Raton Basin In this paper the coal system of the Raton Baton basin will be analyzed and broken down into sections that include, structure and stratigraphy, coal quality, igneous intrusions, coal-bed methane, and the hydrocarbon production within the basin. The purpose of analyzing the Raton Basin is to understand coal diagenesis and the aspects of the basin that affect coal quality and production. Information for this paper has been gathered by several reports published by the United…

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    Essay On Brownsville

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    In hopes of constructing a better environment for Brownsville, a vital idea to consider is the touristic approach and veer away from the harmful industrial business, like the plans to build LNG plants in Brownsville. It is apparent that these types of debates are beginning to concern many environmentalists and the money typhoons looking to invest and earn big. More specifically, these groups of people are finding themselves tangled in a mess of conflict over the planned construction of these…

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    Raquel Cepeda

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    Many will say that having good hair means for it to be “razor-thin blond hair” as Cepeda stated “people in Santo Domingo call it bueno.” However, for a type of hair to be defined as being good, it’s only based upon the interpretation of the beholder. Due to the fact that as we can sense, Cepeda is not a “razor-thin blond hair” woman; instead she most likely has curly hair. Which she describes it as “ripple like the water in Boca Chica,” As curly hair has lots of endless curves, like the water in…

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