PAUL WALDRON St Johns County Commissioner Paul Waldron updated Historic City News readers in District 3 today on current projects and events as well as timely information about St. Johns County programs, services, and initiatives […]
When Historic City News asked questions yesterday for our reporting of the latest selection of a private contractor to perform a function of city government by City Manager John Regan, we were left with too […]
VICKY OAKES Vickie OakesSupervisor of ElectionsSt Johns County, FL The November 6th General Election is quickly approaching. An important deadline is coming — October 9th is the deadline to register to vote.
St Augustine Beach Commissioner Rich O’Brien has refused to provide a written evaluation of City Manager Max Royle, despite consensus of the remaining commissioners to comply with the process supposed to be part of the […]
Last week, Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland called for and got support for the dismissal of city manager Jim Landon because of his chronic last-minute release of workshop backup materials for City Council workshops until […]
St Augustine residents turned out by the dozens last night, only to have their hopes dashed after city manager John Regan’s sophomoric attempt to boost support for his “pet commissioner” Nancy Sikes Kline and a […]
TOM REYNOLDS “Three strikes and you’re out” is the call for ubiquitous political candidate Thomas F. Reynolds, after Historic City News learned that he has withdrawn from a contest against St Augustine Beach Commissioner Undine […]
The City of St Augustine is clearly recognized for many things, but except for mis-management, poor-management, overpaid-management, or self-serving-management; professional management is not one of them. The latest example of lost opportunity for the city […]