Traffic Division Manager Greg Kennedy reported to the local news desk that St. Johns County’s Traffic Operations Section will host a public meeting to consider traffic concerns for the area near Dondanville Road in St. Augustine Beach.
Flagler College Magazine editor and Public Information Director Brian Thompson reported to Historic City News that they have won a CASE Special Merit award from in the competition’s magazine category.
Amber Grafft-Weiss, Outreach Coordinator for the Florida Public Archaeology Network Northeast Region, updated Historic City News about local events planned to celebrate Florida Archaeology Month.
Flagler College announced to the St. Augustine local news desk that their spring Community Lecture Series, titled “Analyze This: Literary and Film Interpretation,” continues Tuesday, March 16th with Rosalinda Sanquiche.
St. Johns County Solid Waste Management reported to the local news desk at Historic City News that March 11th will be the last day that they will provide weekday pick-up of residential hazardous waste at sites in Julington Creek, Palm Valley and Crescent Beach.
Contention between homeowners, the St. Augustine Shores Service Corporation, and members of its board, are nothing new — law enforcement officers have been called to homeowner meetings in the past to preserve the peace.
The Flagler College Public Administration Program hosted a one-day conference for public administration professionals today; visited this morning by St. Augustine local news reporter and Flagler College alum, Michael Gold.
Ghost Towns of the St. Johns “New Switzerland” Francis Philip Fatio’s Plantation on the St. Johns and the Disappearance of the River Leviathans By Geoff Dobson