Letter: Imagine life without the IRS Derek Hankerson Chairman, Putnam Tea Party Patriots Dear Editor: Imagine life without the Internal Revenue Service. Abuse by the IRS has been going on for almost 80 years; but, if the IRS were to be abolished, there would be no more targeting of conservative groups, individuals or businesses. No [...]
Archive for November, 2012
The Most Reverend Thomas G. Wenski, Archbishop of Miami, will be the principal celebrant and homilist when the heads of the seven Catholic dioceses of the State of Florida celebrate the 5:00 p.m. Mass on Sunday, December 2 at the Cathedral Basilica of St Augustine.
Dennis W Hollingsworth CFC wants to advise all Historic City News taxpayers that between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Friday, November 30, the main office of the St Johns County Tax Collector, located at 4030 Lewis Speedway in St Augustine, will offer a curbside tax payment service.
St Augustine Beach is one step closer to replacing former Chief of Police Richard Hedges today after commissioners unanimously selected 41-year-old Robert A Hardwick from a field of five finalist candidates for the position during a short, special meeting last night.
Underwritten by a pledge match guarantee from Ponte Vedra Beach resident Douglas Worth, State Committeewoman Becky Reichenberg informed Historic City News that the Republican Party of St Johns County has donates an $800 check towards relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Brigadier General Joseph G Balskus will surrender command of the Florida Air National Guard tomorrow afternoon; receiving a promotion to the rank of Major General and a transfer to Washington DC to continue his service as the Military Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff.
Community Affairs Corporal Catherine Payne is asking Historic City News readers for help in identifying human remains discovered by the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office a mile north of the Crescent Beach ramp — over 27 years ago.