Historic City News reached out to our newly installed City Commissioner, Nancy Sikes-Kline, to see if we could get a few comments for today’s journal. Despite being out all day, she was happy to oblige.
The City of St. Augustine is known as America’s Oldest City for a reason … they are slow to embrace new ways of doing things — especially in government.
Judge Michael Traynor (left) administers the oath of office to City Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline during the organizational meeting of the St. Augustine City Commission on December 1. Accompanying Commissioner Sikes-Kline were her sons Luke and […]
Historic City News has received word from the City of St. Augustine concerning temporary road closures and projected congestion areas for this weekend’s Christmas Parade and Grand Illumination/British Nightwatch ceremonies.
Historic City News has learned that St. Johns County Fire Rescue will host the 1st Annual Pictures with Santa at two firehouse locations.
The City of St. Augustine has notified Historic City News that the newly elected city commissioners will take the oath of office at the December 1st meeting.
Historic City News learned from Bill Young last week that the St. Johns County Utility Department has been recognized with two national and regional level awards.
Karen Pan reported to Historic City News that all departments of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 27 and 28, in observance of the Thanksgiving […]
Historic City News contacted Commissioner Mark Miner this morning to discuss the demands of his new seat on the St. Johns County Board of Commissioners and his employment with CSX.
The new county auditorium was full as Historic City News and others watched two new members and one re-elected incumbent of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners sworn into office this morning.