St. Johns County Cultural Council, the county’s designated local arts agency, periodically reports upcoming cultural events to local Historic City News reporters for the benefit of our readers.
St. Augustine Beach attorney Undine C. Pawlowski has qualified for Seat 3, on the St. Augustine Beach City Commission; currently held by Frank Charles.
“As a rib, a couple of people in the office gave me this name plate,” St. Augustine’s retiring City Manager, Bill Harriss told me. “It’s been on the corner of my desk ever since.”
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Deputy J.D. McGinnis, who is handling the investigation of the single vehicle crash on Durbin Creek Boulevard last night, updated local Historic City News reporters this morning on the status of the victim and his examination of available evidence.
Kenya Kelley told local Historic City News reporters that special awards were recently presented to the law enforcement and corrections cadets at the St. Johns River Community College Criminal Justice graduation ceremony.
Media Relations Officer Kevin Kelshaw informed Historic City News local reporters that three Jacksonville residents are in custody in connection with the murder of a 45-year old Duval County man nearly two months ago.
Planning and Building Director Mark Knight presented St. Augustine City Commissioners with a proposed ordinance at their regular meeting last night that will shift architectural style guidelines from the state-regulated Comprehensive Plan to local control.
The University of Florida assumes the management of 34 state-owned historic properties in St. Augustine on Thursday and incoming City Manager John Regan has received a nod from the commission to continue efforts towards “building bridges” with them.
Historic City News looked on last night as St. Augustine city commissioners renewed an ordinance which extends sales of hard liquor, beer and wine until 2:00 in the morning.