Historic City News reporters will be tuned to Monday night’s City Commission meeting, when Mayor Nancy Shaver presents City Manager John Regan with a proclamation recognizing Florida’s City Government Week, October 23- 29.
Within the city limits of the City of St. Augustine, Historic City News finds that there is very little which is more controversial than the use of a Planned Unit Development to circumvent established zoning. […]
During the August 28th meeting of the St. Augustine City Commission, more than four-hours of public comment was heard regarding the future of the city’s confederate memorial. At the conclusion of that meeting, and after […]
It’s the five-member city commission’s decision, but, St Augustine’s City Manager tells Historic City News that he will recommend at the next meeting that they not accede to the demands of a few residents, but […]
Today, Representative Kathleen Peters and Senator Dana Young introduced bills that would prohibit new, unconventional methods of drilling, commonly known as fracking.
Historic City News watched carefully as years of bad blood between city management and local artists came to a head, and a unanimous city commission voted to approve Ordinances 2017-24 through 2017-29 in order to […]
Hastings voter and Historic City News reader Chris Stanton received a long-awaited letter last week that memorializes the commitments of St Johns County Administrator Michael D. Wanchick as the town readies themselves to vote whether […]
Paul Williamson, Director of Public Affairs for the City of St Augustine, announced to Historic City News that with the start of the new fiscal year on October 1, the City began operating under its new […]
St Johns County Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes reported to Historic City News that the Florida Department of State has launched the state’s new online voter registration website, RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov