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2015/03/02 16:48
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Monday, March 2, 10:57 AM EST It�s a notion some Ciy Council members said developers expressed the past several years. Decisions were taking too long and there were issues with mobility fees being...
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2015/03/02 04:50
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It’s been a tough decade for libraries since the Better Jacksonville Plan bankrolled a $150 million expansion that built a new downtown library and nearly doubled the size of the public library...
2015/03/02 04:50
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Pension reform legislation is expected to begin its final steps Monday before it can go to the full Jacksonville City Council for a vote. The council Rules Committee, the third and final committee...
2015/02/27 12:50
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A CHEER Hats off to library On Sunday, Feb. 22, more than 350 people enjoyed our biblical musical drama titled “Daniel, A Man of Faith” in the Hicks Auditorium at the Main Library. There were...
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VETERANS Vietnam and today Times certainly change. In 1970, soldiers returning from war were quick to put on civilian clothes or risk being cursed as killers of villages. Now, some of these same...
2015/02/26 12:51
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BIO FOR Bill Bishop William Bishop, AIA is vice president of Akel, Logan and Shafer, Architects and Planners, a 50-plus-year -old Jacksonville architectural firm. He is a graduate of Lawrence...
2015/02/26 02:50
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In a warm-up Wednesday for two upcoming televised debates, Mayor Alvin Brown for the first time had to parry and face criticism in person from Republican challengers Lenny Curry and City Councilman...
2015/02/25 04:50
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Cindy Watson came to Jacksonville more than 20 years ago but she can still remember the covert meetings and constant fear. “Gay people were fearful of being visible because being visible often meant...
2015/02/24 23:50
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A newly-formed gay-rights political group endorsed Republican mayoral candidate Bill Bishop, supervisor of elections contender Tracie Davis and more than a dozen city council candidates who organizers...
2015/02/24 21:50
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As part of Jacksonville’s anti-blight campaign, the City Council is reviewing legislation to change zoning rules for car washes, which critics argue are used as fronts for drug dealing in some...
2015/02/24 15:47
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Tuesday, February 24, 10:34 AM EST Budget constraints threatened to alter the pedestrian riverfront walkway, making it stop short of its footprint. But after outcry, City Council approved more...
2015/02/23 03:50
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For years, Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford said his agency lacked the money for enough officers to properly protect citizens in a city where a culture of violence and a disconnect between police...
2015/02/20 19:50
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Mousing around the news of the day ... click. Alvin Brown and Lenny Curry just don’t get it. Curry comes right out of central casting for the Republican Party. Wind him up, and he’ll promise not to...
2015/02/20 16:50
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Friday, February 20, 11:25 AM EST But not enough members agreed, with Brown failing to win the needed two-thirds of the votes cast this week to gain the group�s official endorsement. Randy Wyse,...
2015/02/20 14:50
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ELECTION CAMPAIGNS Pox on robocalls OK, it’s official: “Annoy The Voters Season” has begun. I recently received my first robocall for 2015. Tell ya what, I’ll vote for the candidate who calls me...
2015/02/19 20:50
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CIVIL DISCOURSE? A contrary view I am so glad Times-Union Editor Frank Denton has taken on the cause of promoting civility. I love civility. I teach civility. I even try very hard to practice...
2015/02/19 19:20
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Times-Union Staff Former President Bill Clinton and U.S. Rep. Corinne Brown, D-Jacksonville, were joined Mayor Alvin Brown on Thursday over the lunch hour for a campaign event at Everbank Field. The...
2015/02/19 13:50
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Pension reform cleared a hurdle Wednesday when two City Council committees voted in favor of a compromise bill without making any amendments to it. The Finance Committee and the Recreation, Community...
2015/02/19 03:50
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Hundreds of people showed up Wednesday night at Intuition Ale Works for Ballots & Brews, where young voters mixed with politicians in a casual environment with plenty of beverages. The Jax Young...
2015/02/19 01:50
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Jacksonville voters will have a clear-cut choice when they cast ballots in the March 24 election on the bread-and-butter issue of taxes and spending. Mayor Alvin Brown is running for re-election on a...
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