Letter: Fiddlers Green is financial millstone Randy Covington St Johns, FL Dear Editor: The Fiddlers Green boondoggle is that special kind of pork barrel spending that just will not die. The county acquired the property in 2006 for the staggeringly out of bounds price of $5.5 million dollars.
Archive for November, 2011
The Florida Bar announced to Historic City News in St Augustine that the Florida Supreme Court recently ordered 20 attorneys disciplined; including St Johns attorney, 45 year-old Gregg Adam Steinberg, who was among six disbarred and ten suspended from the practice of law.
In July, Historic City News announced that residents who would like to help the community prepare for the celebration of our 450th Anniversary by undertaking improvements, either inside or outside their home or business, can participate and be recognized in the 450th Improvement Club.
St Augustine Public Affairs representative Paul Williamson informed Historic City News that Saturday, December 3, would be a busy day in downtown St. Augustine with several events that will necessitate the closing of some streets and detours of traffic.
Yesterday afternoon, 19 year-old Cheyenne Haley Nichole Fulcher of St Augustine was arrested when investigators determined that the she might have lied about arrangements she says were made to care for her two small children while she went off to work.
A Grand Cay resident, William A. “Bill” McClure, is the second candidate to announce his intention to run for the District 3 seat on the St Johns County commission; currently held by 28 year-old chairman Mark Miner and sought by 18 year-old Zachary Proscia Silva.