Today St Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver announced her support to Historic City News for Governor Scott’s proposed reforms for Enterprise Florida; including the creation of the Florida Enterprise Fund.
After the resignation of Jeremy Marquis, and subsequent resignation of Joseph Cronk, Historic City News watched Monday night as the St Augustine City Commission appointed Catherine A Duncan on a 3/2 split vote, to fill the immediate vacancy on the Historic Architectural Review Board.
All departments of the St Johns County Board of County Commissioners, St. Johns County Administrative offices, St. Johns County libraries, and the Pet Center will be closed Wednesday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
Jerry Cameron announced to local Historic City News reporters that he is a candidate for the St. Johns County Commission. Cameron recently retired after more than ten years of service as the St. Johns County Assistant County Administrator for Community Services. He said that he will run on a platform of limited government, lower taxes, and fiscal responsibility. “I love Continue Reading →
St Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver sent congratulations and well wishes to Palm Coast Mayor Jon Netts and City Manager Jim Landon today on the occasion of the dedication of the new Palm Coast City Hall.
Supporting the theory that many Historic City News readers hold, the outcome in today’s special election is reflective of the $189,175.00 raised from special interests; large land owners, developers, real estate professionals, and others who would suffer if the local school district is forced to look to ad valorem taxes and impact fees to finance its continuing growth.
At about 7:30 p.m. tomorrow night, Historic City News will be able to report to residents whether or not a half-cent local option tax will increase the amount of sales tax collected in St Johns County above the six percent base rate.