Historic City News readers in affected areas of St Augustine and St Johns County are warned to stay indoors tonight, Wednesday, October 19th, between 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. while the Anastasia Mosquito Control District performs overhead spraying to combat the outbreak of mosquitoes due to Hurricane Matthew and local flooding.
Historic City News was updated by Bill McClure, St Johns County Commissioner for District 3, that during today’s meeting of the Board of County Commissioners, an additional $1 million dollars was approved for local contracts to be awarded for household debris removal following Hurricane Matthew.
A homeless man was arrested yesterday after he exposed himself to a woman and young boy on Vilano Beach and spit on an officer, according to a report filed with the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office and obtained by Historic City News this morning.
Historic City News has received official notification that homeowners, renters and business owners in St Johns County are approved to apply for federal disaster assistance for uninsured and underinsured damages and losses resulting from Hurricane Matthew.
Support was discontinued for St Johns County Emergency Management Division’s “Davis Shores Point of Distribution” conducted in the private parking lot at 5 Arredondo Street according to an announcement received by Historic City News after Governor Scott’s visit today.