The House Public Integrity and Ethics Committee announced to Historic City News that it will consider several ethics measures during the 2017 legislative session, per chairman of the ethics panel, Representative Larry Metz (R) Yalaha.
Most Historic City News readers are reluctant to support amendments to the state constitution; but, would you consider an amendment that would extend the two-year ban on lobbying the Legislature to six years?
Historic City News was informed that City offices will close in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 16th, per an announcement from Public Affairs Director, Paul Williamson.
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 Monday, January 16th in observance of Martin Luther […]
David B. Corneal, the controversial developer whose high-pressure antics, and convenient promises led four of St Augustine’s city commissioners to approve a PUD for the Dow Museum of Historic Homes, was again escalated to the […]
Historic City News has learned that the per capita personal income in St Johns County in 2014 was $58,379*.
In a thirteen-page agreement reviewed by Historic City News, the St Johns County Board of Commissioners gave away free use of the County’s Pier Park each Wednesday for ten years.
Rick Staly was sworn in today as Flagler County’s 18th sheriff before the Honorable Senior Judge Emerson R. Thompson Jr., during a special ceremony at the Sheriff’s Operations Center, while, earlier this week, Sheriff David […]
By: Lee Geanuleas Special to HISTORIC CITY NEWS The Planning and Zoning Board of the City of St Augustine continued the request of Kanti Patel to rezone parcels from current zoning designation of Historic Preservation-5 […]