To most Historic City News readers in the tourism and hospitality industry, 60-year-old Richard Goldman is the darling of the Visitors and Convention Bureau in St Johns County and the quoted authority on all things having to do with development of tourism in northeast Florida.
As we chug down the road to November and the General Election in St Augustine, we find some contests that will be decided early and some that will be decided late, while some will be decided in August even though not legally decided until a runoff between the top two contestants.
Bill McClure, candidate for the Florida 4th Congressional District and a sitting St. Johns County Commissioner, announced his opposition to the proposed sales tax increase, scheduled for referendum on August 30th.
Looking ahead to busy Monday commission meeting George Gardner As published at The St Augustine Report The regular meeting of the St Augustine City Commission will begin at 5:00 p.m. in the Alcazar Room at City Hall and will be live-streamed at CoSATV.com. The meetings are aired live on Government Television, Comcast Channel 3, and are replayed at 9:00 a.m. Continue Reading →
In an unusual end to the election of a new St Johns County Property Appraiser, Historic City News verified that political newcomer, Eddie Creamer, Regional President of Ameris Bank and former CEO of Prosperity Bank, wins the seat vacated by Sharon P Outland after two announced opponents fail to qualify.