Letter: Stop Comares Avenue conservation zone development Howard AllgoodNorth Davis Shores Dear Historic City News editor: I am the owner of a condo at 33 Comares Avenue, known as Corona Delmar. I also own three […]
St Augustine attorney Jane West, Policy & Planning Director for 1,000 Friends of Florida, asked the Historic City News editorial review board to evaluate several pieces of what she described as “very damaging bills” that […]
Pamela C. Marsh, Executive DirectorFlorida First Amendment FoundationSpecial to Historic City News Florida lawmakers are at it again this year. Your legislators want to make even more difficult to access important government information.
By GENE POLICINSKIFreedom ForumSpecial to Historic City News There is a reason we need a free press, despite its faults and foibles: Democracy won’t work without it.
If approved, Florida Senate Bill SB-284, and companion House Bill HB-55, entitled “Building Design”, will take away another tool from local government. This legislation seeks to remove the authority of local governments to regulate building […]
Michael Gold, TrusteeHISTORIC CITY NEWS I am a native Floridian. A St Augustinian, to be exact. When the world was young, my business took me to Georgia where I had occasion to travel to a […]
I love the new Castillo de San Marcos stamp Derek Boyd HankersonSt. Augustine I recently learned that the United States Postal Service issued a new stamp featuring a popular historic attraction in our town.
The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers informed local Historic City News reporters that they oppose legislation urged by Gov. Ron DeSantis addressing “affrays, riots, routs, and unlawful assemblies” as a too broad an attack […]
Hello, everyone. I hope all the Historic City News family of subscribers had a wonderful Christmas holiday. We rang out the old year and rang in the hope and opportunity that comes with the new. […]
How would you feel if you were babysitting your grandchild on Saturday night so that your 20-year-old son, who is working a double shift for minimum wage in a downtown tourism-driven business, tells you that […]
The City of St Augustine has a problem with systemic racism and the town is run by white supremacists if you believe what you hear from Ronald Rawls of Gainesville.
The fallout continues after our brilliantly overpaid city manager, John Regan, ensconced in the support of three-of-five St Augustine City Commissioners, delivered (un)expected relocation costs, above those approved by the commission, a boat ride via […]