Come early to get a seat. We need you to speak to the commissioners during public comments (the first piece of business) in support of preserving the Ladies Memorial Association’s 1879 cenotaph.
Racked by increasing levels of nuisance flooding, St Augustine’s fountain of half-baked and overpriced plans hopes that a “retaining wall” will help minimize impacts of rising tides in certain parts of town. Right.
Historic City News readers interested in the proposed development of a 99-acre parcel within the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve learned yesterday that the St Johns County Board of Commissioners, defendants in a […]
This week Historic City News learned that a sixty-second radio spot began airing on local radio station WSOS announcing to “Menorcans, veterans, and proud residents of St Augustine” that City Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline is wavering […]
Voters statewide could soon vote on whether eight-year term limits should be imposed on Florida county school boards, a policy Historic City News has advocated for all local political offices.
St. Johns County Republican Senator Travis Hutson wants to be Senate president, but he’s got to beat Sen. Kathleen Passidomo to do it. The Hutson-Passidomo contest has lacked much in the way of public pyrotechnics, […]
Have you heard this one, the City of St Augustine has a technical problem? Tonight’s regular meeting of the St Augustine City Commission will not be broadcast live via Comcast channel 3 or online at […]
Today, the Florida Department of Education announced to Historic City News the release of another opportunity for education stakeholders to submit input for the standards review process. This new survey enables respondents to provide feedback […]
Yesterday, Thursday April 4, 2019, at approximately 3:00 p.m. a Flagler County deputy was working at the courthouse on Moody Boulevard when he was approached by an employee of Innovation Technology, a computer service vender […]