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.
The National Geographic Emerging Explorer, Barrington Irving, impressed Historic City News editor Michael Gold Saturday, during two inspirational presentations in the Palencia Elementary School cafeteria; both were part of the St Johns County Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Fair.
On Saturday, Historic City News accompanied third, fourth and fifth-grade students from St Johns County elementary schools who attended the inaugural St Johns County School District Elementary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Fair; held at Palencia Elementary School.
Recently the Child Development Education Alliance, Inc. honored Little Blessings Learning Center, located at 110 Masters Drive in St Augustine, during their first “Gifts of Service” Awards Dinner, according to an announcement received by Historic City News today.
The information contained in this report is taken from sources deemed reliable; the accuracy and completeness of which Historic City News does not control and cannot guarantee. The original public records are on file with the St. Johns County Clerk of Court and should be consulted before taking any action.
During the spring quarterly meeting of the Flagler Model Land Company Neighborhood Association on Monday, May 13th, special guest speaker and local historian David Nolan, gave his unvarnished view of city staff and politician’s approach to management of St Augustine’s 450th Commemoration.
Marci A Larson, Public Affairs Manager for the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization, has asked for input from Historic City News readers about the annual, updated Transportation Improvement Program; either on their website of during a public meeting later this month.
Saying that the administrative staff felt there would be more community support for revisiting the existing location of the City-owned horse stables at Riberia Pointe, St Augustine Vice-Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline told one newspaper reporter yesterday that the proposal to move and expand the stables to Eddie Vickers Park is dead, at least for now.