Check out the February newsletter supplement with information about Jax Beach issues and upcoming meetings. Tonight the City Council will hold the final public hearing on the PUD request for 34 townhomes south of Gonzales Park. Other important happenings: Jacksonville Mayoral Candidate Forum on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 7pm at the Beaches Vineyard Church in Atlantic Beach and Workshop on Thursday, February 23 at 5:30pm in jax Beach City Council Chambers to discuss parking requirements for Jacksonville Beach.
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Final Hearing on PUD for 34 Townhomes - Feb. 21For all rezoning applications, the City Council shall consider the adoption of an ordinance enacting the proposed amendment based on one (1) or more of the factors outlined in Section 34-211(c) of the...
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This meeting was packed with a lot of great data about the current condition of our dunes after the 2022 hurricane season as well as plans for renourishment to support the recovery of our dunes. This meeting video is a must watch for anyone who lives at the beach!
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MLK Day is seen as an opportunity to reflect on and honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, one of the most iconic figures in civil rights history. But, it is more than that. Martin Luther King Day is one of only two national days of service.
Signed into law in 1994 as a national day of service, this holiday is an opportunity for us to move from reflection to action. It is an opportunity for us to make a positive impact on our communities – to make our communities equitable and work to conquer hate and injustice.
Dr. King said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?”
So, this MLK holiday, what are you doing for others? What are you doing for your community? I encourage you to honor Dr. King today, and every day, through service to others. Find opportunities to act on Dr. King’s hopeful vision of equality, social justice and unity.
Our communities will be better places for us all when we strive to live by the words of Dr. King who said, “Make a career of humanity. Commit yourself to the noble struggle for equal rights. You will make a better person of yourself, a greater nation of your country, and a finer world to live in.” ... See MoreSee Less
Coming to the site of the former Terry's Country Store on Penman Rd. When I have more info, I will be sure to share it. ... See MoreSee Less