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Shaver seeks third term as St Augustine mayor

April 22, 2018

Already facing opposition from another local elected official, St Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver made official her intention to seek a third term to the city’s highest elected office on Friday.

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Upcoming City Board and Committee meetings

April 20, 2018

Please note that one or more members of the St. Augustine City Commission or its appointed boards or committees may attend these meetings and participate, however they may not engage in discussion or debate amongst […]

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Johns withdraws from congressional race

April 20, 2018

St. Johns County Commissioner Jimmy Johns has withdrawn as a candidate for Congressional District 6 according to a report from his office received by Historic City News today.

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Pedestrian dies in Friday night collision

by FJJohnson in Public Safety

Charges are pending in a fatal car-vs-pedestrian crash that occurred Friday night, according to a report filed by the Florida Highway Patrol this morning.

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VOLUNTEER BOARDS SEEKING APPLICATIONS:
The City Commission is seeking candidates for appointment to the Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB). Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, April 25. Download the application here, and to learn more about HARB, click here.

The Citizens Advisory Committee of the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization is seeking a representative from the City of St. Augustine. The CAC meets at 2:00pm on the first Wednesday of the month except January and July. This four-year board position will remain open until it is filled. Click here to download the application.
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VOLUNTEER BOARDS SEEKING APPLICATIONS:
The City Commission is seeking candidates for appointment to the Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB). Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, April 25.  Download the application here, and to learn more about HARB, click here.

The Citizens Advisory Committee of the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization is seeking a representative from the City of St. Augustine. The CAC meets at 2:00pm on the first Wednesday of the month except January and July.  This four-year board position will remain open until it is filled. Click here to download the application.

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I hope the member chosen is handicapped

Starting TOMORROW, Monday, April 23 and continuing through Friday, April 27, K&S Tree Service, a city contractor, will be trimming trees within the rights-of-way along streets in the Lincolnville Neighborhood area. Trimming will be done from 8:30am to 4:30pm each day.
The affected area lies south of King St. between Riberia St. and Cordova St.
The work requires that there be no on-street parking along the affected streets before and during the times of trimming, but may resume in areas where work is completed.
No street closures are anticipated and all local traffic will have access to their properties. However, at isolated work areas, vehicular traffic will be narrowed to one lane, but personnel will be stationed to assist with traffic.
For more information contact the Public Works Department at 904.825.1040.
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NEXT WEEK: From Monday, April 30 through Thursday, May 3, from 8:00am to 4:30pm, sections of two important downtown traffic arteries for residents and businesses will be closed to vehicular traffic.
A section of Cordova St., from Saragossa St. to Carrera St. and a section of Cuna St., from Cordova St. to Spanish St., will be closed concurrently to accommodate construction work related to a sanitary sewer main replacement. The streets will remain open for pedestrian and local traffic only. Detour routes will be established for all other traffic.
Dates are subject to change due to weather and archaeological preservation conditions.
For more information, call the Public Works Department at 904.825.1040.
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NEXT WEEK: From Monday, April 30 through Thursday, May 3, from 8:00am to 4:30pm, sections of two important downtown traffic arteries for residents and businesses will be closed to vehicular traffic.
    A section of Cordova St., from Saragossa St. to Carrera St. and a section of Cuna St., from Cordova St. to Spanish St., will be closed concurrently to accommodate construction work related to a sanitary sewer main replacement. The streets will remain open for pedestrian and local traffic only.  Detour routes will be established for all other traffic.
     Dates are subject to change due to weather and archaeological preservation conditions. 
     For more information, call the Public Works Department at 904.825.1040.

 

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Why are we starting more projects and others still haven't been completed?

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