Increased revenues Millage rate remains at 7.5 mills resulting in $500,478 additional ad valorem revenue. Visitor Information Center parking fee increase to $15 rate results in $750,000 that will be transferred for Mobility, Historic Preservation […]
Historic City News readers will be following two days of meetings when the St Augustine City Commission holds their 2017-2018 budget hearings on Thursday and Friday, August 24, 2017 and August 25, 2017, starting at […]
Today, Florida GOP state Senator Jack Latvala kicked off his candidacy in the race for governor. Historic City News political reporters foresee his entrance into the race as the beginning of what will be a […]
Hastings residents, about 440 registered voters, will decide in November whether they will maintain their status as a chartered municipality or become another part of unincorporated St Johns County. However, one of the big factors, […]
Mayor Shaver made a personal announcement to her fellow commissioners and the citizens of St Augustine concerning her health during Monday night’s city commission meeting.
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners will host a joint meeting with the St. Johns County School Board at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 8 at the St. Johns County Administration Building, 500 […]
Historic City News has done some research into the campaign contributions made by St Augustine donors during the 2016 federal elections to get an idea of who puts the money into political campaigns.
Meredith Breidenstein, Director of Budget and Performance for the City of St Augustine, has invited all Historic City News readers to attend a special meeting of the St. Augustine City Commission on Thursday, August 10th […]
After Judge Howard’s ruling in federal court in May 2009, the City of St Augustine was ordered to restore the First Amendment rights of “painters, photographers, sculptors and printers” to create and sell their art […]
The Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute announced today’s graduation of 30 criminal justice executives from Class Five of the Executive Leadership Seminar including second-in-command officers from two local police agencies.