Historic City News has learned that City Manager John Regan has appointed Carlos Aviles to be Fire Chief of the City of St Augustine effective September 1st.
The Friends of the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, a private non-profit citizen organization supporting the Research Reserve’s education, stewardship and research programs, reported to Historic City News that they have appointed Ellen Leroy-Reed as executive director.
St Augustine Beach Chief of Police, Robert A. Hardwick, reported to Historic City News that at approximately 3:14 a.m. yesterday morning, officers were called to Saltwater Circle to investigate two suspicious persons next to a black Lexus stopped next to a closed businesses in the Sea Grove Town-Center.
Maurice Morissette told members of the St Augustine City Commission tonight that he has been trying to sell the odd-shaped pink building at the corner of Bridge Street and Riberia Street for years; saying that tenant situations have not worked and previous buyers have backed out due to an odor caused by the city’s installation of a sewer lift station Continue Reading →
Education Coordinator Amelia Vela reported to Historic City News that August 25, 2016 marks the 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service. Castillo de San Marcos wants to celebrate the Centennial by searching out the best artwork for the front of the park’s 2017 Annual Park Pass.