Martha Graham, Public Works Director for the City of St Augustine, has informed local Historic City News reporters that, effective immediately, a new program has been launched to improve customer service for right-of-way permitting; promising a speedier, over-the-counter process.
Historic City News was informed that the Conch House intends to move forward with their plans to hold another “Reggae Sunday” party after a two-week hiatus while city management, police and fire services tried to sort out all of the things that went wrong during the Memorial Day melee that Continue Reading →
Although not part of St Augustine’s latest over-priced and under-delivered “Visioning 2014 and Beyond” prophecy, Historic City News is pleased to report continuing progress with technologies that are more realistically part of our community’s foreseeable future.
Only 1-year and 9-months after moving to St Augustine from Bluffton, South Carolina, the Record editor with the funny sounding title, “Director of Audience”, calls it quits; joining the world of the unemployed, at least for the time being.
The Sunshine Bus Company is the only form of public transportation in St. Johns County; it was started in May of 2000 as a partnership between the Council on Aging and the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners.
Our friends at the Florida Times Union are cleaning the pie off their collective faces this morning after an embarrassing incident that started an avalanche of negative buzz on twitter, facebook, and other social media towards the publisher who also publishes the St Augustine Record.