Littlejohn Engineering to City: We need extra $11,476


Already weeks into a contract that has failed to meet its first deliverable dates and has announced an additional six-week delay to develop the first phase of the city’s mobility plan, the consultant selected by City Manager John Regan, Littlejohn Engineering, has made its first change order adding another $11,476 to the taxpayer’s $108,219 price tag.

City stalls fire fee goal with crocodile tears for small business


In a thinly veiled appeal to limit the impact of a new methodology for calculating the fire assessment fee from small businesses, St Augustine City Commissioner Todd Neville, an accountant, declared in last night’s meeting that it was enough to ask businesses to pay a larger percentage than homeowners for fire services — to also ask property owners to pay Continue Reading →