Montross wants to bring in the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office to run the police department and with the $5 million that it could save, he wants to put it into developing the Old Boynton Beach High school into a public safety complex.
If elected mayor, Montross said that he would put the people's needs before the developers. "The people need a better seat at the table," he said.
His plan to get people involved: televise all the commission meetings, make the CRA an independent board with local lawyers, architects and business leaders and encourage people to get on volunteer boards.
The final candidate Sophonie Lacombe couldn't be reached for comment despite calls and emails.
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Current job: Boynton Beach District I commissioner
Personal: Married to Delores for 55 years, five children and five grandchildren
Education: University of Maryland, Washington State University, Community College of the Air Force
Campaign contributions: $9,650
Key Endorsements: Woodrow Hay, local police and fire department, Police Benevolent Association, Tom Kaiser chairman of the City Veterans Commission
Current job: Boynton Beach city commissioner and president Global Legal Recruiting LLC
Personal: Married, he and wife Andee have one child and another one the way in May
Education: University of Florida, B.S. 2000 in Finance, Law Degree, 2003