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The city holds a workshop on sustainability

February 16, 2020 0

Historic City News readers are invited to attend the Wednesday, February 19th City of St Augustine Commission “Workshop on Sustainability” being held at 2:00 p.m. in The Alcazar Room of City Hall, located at 75 […]

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Historic City Storm Chaser Logan Parham

3 days ago

Storm Chaser Logan Parham

It’s storm season right now in Australia!Captured this incredible left moving supercell near Narromine NSW tonight.

The experience was beyond words but I'll try a few.....structure, drama, colour, thunder and the sound of roaring wind and breaking trees as it approached.

It's one of the more amazing storms I have seen in Australia.

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It’s storm season right now in Australia!

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Well as you know, I am Australian and these pictures were on the local page over there from last night’s storm.

Incredible !

Just beautiful and powerful.

Wow !

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FDOT road repairs and maintenance report

February 15, 2020 0
Historic City News was notified by Florida Department of Transportation Public Information Officer, Allen Nelson, that traffic will be impacted at the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations where roadwork is being conducted.

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