Historic City News was alerted to an e-mail between a St Augustine resident and sophomore commissioner, Todd Neville, after the commissioner responded that “we have to smooth over the mayor’s continual public attacks on the project” as the reason “additional community outreach and task force meetings” had to be held, costing taxpayers more than $11,000 .
This week, Historic City News received summaries of discipline orders issued by The Florida Bar from April 4 – June 30, 2016, including one who practices in Palatka. The Florida Supreme Court disciplined 32 attorneys – disbarring six, revoking the licenses of two, suspending 16 and publicly reprimanding eight. Two attorneys were also placed on probation, and another was ordered Continue Reading →
Write-in candidates should not close Primary Elections Michael Gold, Editor in Chief HISTORIC CITY NEWS There is a reason that Florida election laws restrict voting to “party members only” in Primary Elections. In layman’s terms, it’s to keep scoundrels from opposing political parties from selecting a ringer that they think they can defeat in the General Election.