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  • Three area attorneys among those disciplined by Florida Bar


    Leslie H. Smith, spokesperson for the Department of Lawyer Regulation of The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 12 attorneys, suspending five, reprimanding one, revoking the licenses of five, and admonishing one. Three reciprocal orders and one discipline order are reported prior to September 26th.

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  • Businesses asked to complete damage assessment


    St Johns County Department of Emergency Management is requesting all county business owners who suffered loss or damage during Hurricane Ian to complete an online survey at https://floridadisaster.biz/BusinessDamageAssessments.

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  • St Augustine businesses spared widespread destruction


    Because of widely played video footage last week depicting flooding downtown during Tropical Storm Ian, Historic City News has learned that there are prospective visitors to St Augustine thinking twice about coming to town. Some have canceled reservations because they mistakenly believe everything is closed.  As for the business community, damage varied on a case-by-case basis; however, there is no indication of widespread destruction.

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  • Former Jacksonville public defender among 12 attorneys disciplined


    Leslie H. Smith, spokesperson for the Department of Lawyer Regulation of The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 12 attorneys, suspending six, disbarring four, reprimanding one, and ordering disciplinary revocation for one.

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  • Mouth-watering authentic cuisine for Hispanic Heritage Month


    Historic City News subscribers can savor the broad tastes Hispanic culture has to offer from an ample array of beloved restaurants and eateries in St Augustine.  As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the nation’s oldest city, these local businesses are putting out the welcome mat to offer you authentic dishes from Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, and other Latin nations.

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  • Seven Local Growers Awarded $860K for Water Conservation Projects


    St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Mike Register reported to Historic City News that the District’s Governing Board on Tuesday approved seven contracts worth $860,000 in cost-share funds to assist local growers with projects intended to decrease water usage by 44 million gallons a year.

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  • Handyman available for home projects


    Maple Enterprises of St Augustine and St Johns County is a non-structural construction company.  For example, jobs like painting, fencing, or demolition are the “bread and butter” of Maple Enterprises.

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  • Local source for nuisance wildlife control


    Intuitive Trapping in St Augustine reported to Historic City News that they are a state-licensed, humane nuisance wildlife removal service available to help you today with your “wildlife crisis”.

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  • Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 19 attorneys


    Leslie H. Smith, spokesperson for the Department of Lawyer Regulation of The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 18 attorneys, suspending eight, reprimanding six, and revoking the licenses of four.

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  • World Golf Hall of Fame moving this year as its land lease expires


    The United States Golf Association announced to local Historic City News reporters on Wednesday that after being a landmark in northwest St Johns County for the past 25 years, the World Golf Hall of Fame is relocating to Pinehurst, North Carolina.

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  • Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 19 attorneys


    Leslie H. Smith, spokesperson for the Department of Lawyer Regulation of The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 19 attorneys, disbarring three, suspending nine, reprimanding one and revoking the licenses of six.

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