Historic City News was informed by Karen Pan in the Office of Public Affairs, that several departments of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners will be re-locating during the next few weeks to […]
Sacha Martin informed Historic City News of an upcoming candidate forum being hosted at the North Shores Community Center and she asked that we publish the details.
For a period of 30 days beginning on Thursday, October 9th, the City of St. Augustine will be adjusting the chlorine and ammonia levels which may slightly change the taste of city water according to […]
In an effort to ensure voters receive their sample ballot for the General Election, the Supervisor of Elections Office must have the voter’s up-to-date address no later than Tuesday, September 30, 2008, according to an […]
For your convenience, Vote by Mail, in the comfort of your home and avoid Election Day lines by contacting the Supervisor of Elections Office to request your absentee ballot TODAY!
Have you Registered to Vote? Jenny M. O’Dell, Director Of Public Information & Voter Education for the Supervisor of Elections informed Historic City News this morning that if you havenâ€™t already registered, thereâ€™s still time.
District 1 County Commission Candidate Merrill Paul Roland contacted Historic City News this afternoon to announce his decision not to participate in The Record editorial board forum — a video of which would be published […]
Once again, in a 3-2 vote with commissioners Cyndi Stevenson and Jim Bryant dissenting; Ben Rich, Tom Manuel and Ron Sanchez decided to ignore the voice of the voters and authorize County Administrator Michael Wanchick […]
After the citizens spoke in the August Primary Election, defeating the proposed charter government, three members of our Board of County Commissioners wasted no time in concocting an excuse to continue to beat their favorite […]
The St. Johns County Engineering Division has informed Historic City News that there will be two public meetings for upcoming projects.