There are not too many people that Historic City News readers might know that are more pro-law enforcement than me. I went to community college using law enforcement administration grants, received my Associate of Science in Criminal Justice, and, later, my Bachelor of Science in Public Administration, with honors.
Archive for October, 2009
Florida Association of Counties Communications Director Cragin Mosteller reported to Historic City News yesterday, that a new legislative bill has been introduced that would allow local governments to advertise their legal notices on Internet websites.
Christine McMillan, Communications & Events Director for the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, reported to Historic City News that as part of the city’s Nights of Lights ceremonies on November 21st, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine will celebrate Candlelight Night Prayer.
As one who has a hankering for learning, specifically about other governmental organizations, and enjoys traveling to the European Union (EU), it always behooves me to consider how Europe has overcome monumental odds over “centuries of existence,” and how they have recognized that change is good.
St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau Communications Director, Jay Humphreys, updated Historic City News on this Halloween weekend’s entertainment including Uptown Saturday Night, a benefit event for the Shriner’s Hospitals for Crippled Children, and more frights than you can imagine.
As Fire Prevention Month comes to a close and we change our clocks from Daylight Savings Time, St. Johns County Fire Rescue wants to remind Historic City News readers to make another change that could save lives – changing the batteries in their smoke alarms.
Historic City News reported that at the June 2nd meeting of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, a motion was approved to adopt a Resolution authorizing the County Attorney to execute a Class Representative Employment Contract with four Florida law firms.