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Volunteer to read to children through local Reading Pals program : The Early Learning Coalition of North Florida and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of St. Johns County are inviting Historic City News readers to volunteer for their expanding Reading Pals program.
Corresponding Secretary resigns from local Republican Party : The Republican Party of St Johns County has announced to Historic City News the resignation of Corresponding Secretary Liliana Kurpanik to be effective immediately.
Termites! Lightner Museum and City Hall must be tented : Historic City News has learned that St Augustine City Hall and the Lightner Museum have active termite infestation and that attempts to spot treat the wood in the 128-year-old building have failed; leading to damage of the building and its historic contents as well as exposing holes in the floor.
Morgan & Morgan announces new law office in St Augustine : With law offices in nine states and over 30 cities, Morgan & Morgan announced to Historic City News that they have opened a new office in St Augustine. The managing partner of the office, located at 105 South Ponce De Leon Boulevard, is attorney Michael Marrese.
Registration Closes for August 30 Primary Election : St Johns County Supervisor of Elections, Vicky Oakes, reminds Historic City News readers that Voter Registration books will close on Monday, August 1 2016, for the upcoming Primary Election on August 30th. This is the last day to register to vote or change your party affiliation for the Primary.