COBWRA 

Coalition of Boynton Beach West Residential Associations

(http://www.cobwra.org)

The Coalition of Boynton West Residential Associations (COBWRA) is a volunteer-led, nonpartisan, civic organization representing the residential communities of West Boynton Beach, Florida, in unincorporated Palm Beach County. The coalition was founded in 1981 and chartered as a not-for-profit organization in 1982. Representing over 125,000 residents and more than 110 homeowner and condominium associations, COBWRA is a trusted resource of information for the residents of West Boynton, having adopted a firm policy against endorsement of any candidate for public office or any political party. COBWRA member communities are homeowner associations and condo associations. Each community has a delegate and up to three alternates. The Coalition represents the interests of all the people within the COBWRA service area—even if a community is not a member of COBWRA—and includes proposed communities with no residents and brand new communities that have not yet been turned over.

MISSION

COBWRA is organized to protect, preserve and enhance property values and the quality of life in the West Boynton area. It shall work to unify its Member Associations and provide for the exchange and dissemination of information. Its Member Associations shall present a unified position in dealing with all governmental and civic bodies, and other organizations.

Minutes from Meetings

January 2017 Minutes
January 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.3 MB]
February Minutes 2017
February 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [815.2 KB]
April 2017 Minutes
april 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [799.5 KB]
May 2017 Minutes
May 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [962.4 KB]
June 2017 Minutes
June 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [988.3 KB]
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NO July Meeting
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August 2017 Minutes
August 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.1 MB]
Web site address for COBWRA AG District Plans
cobwra web page for AG.docx
Microsoft Word document [11.6 KB]
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