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First Coast News
Dept. of Health: Jax elderly targeted by caretakersstate reports. Both women were at-home caregivers for senior citizens. A polic
First Coast News / Posted 48 minutes ago
state reports. Both women were at-home caregivers for senior citizens. A police report said Hubbard stole $222 to pay her JEA bill by swiping her patient's checkbook information. Meanwhile, Elbert used a change of address form to assist in taking... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Amid privatization talk, JEA gets knocked for nuclear power investmentA major Wall Street credit-rating agency has soured on its financial outlook fo
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 4 hours ago
A major Wall Street credit-rating agency has soured on its financial outlook for JEA, citing major concerns over the Jacksonville utility’s involvement in an expensive and star-crossed nuclear power project in Georgia. The report from Moody’s... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Renew Arlington takes time to get the ‘new’ into Arlingtonthere is not funding for that. JTA doesn’t include burial of power lines in its
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
there is not funding for that. JTA doesn’t include burial of power lines in its $1.9-million budget for the roundabout. JEA, the city-owned utility, says it will not pay to move power lines underground. Lad Hawkins, president of the Greater... Read more
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First Coast News
Westside residents want to know why the water in their community is running 24/7 into the streetsa car can go into it anything," she said. Ojala lives next door to April Willi
First Coast News / Posted 3 days ago
a car can go into it anything," she said. Ojala lives next door to April Williams and they share the same concerns. No JEA bills are increasing they're not losing water "We don't know where it is coming from," Williams said. William Koch is... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Wednesday’s Letters: Comments on Corrine Brown’s sentence, city negotiatons on the District and Trump’s environmental recordwounded in combat. First, the city — also known as Mayor Lenny Curry and Tom P
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 days ago
wounded in combat. First, the city — also known as Mayor Lenny Curry and Tom Petway — wants to study whether to “divest” JEA, the city-owned utlity. This is Republican fat-cat groupspeak for: “There is money to be made by privatizing JEA. And we... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
JEA chairman wants privatization issue studied quickly, requests analysisThe chairman of JEA’s board of directors Tuesday requested the utility’s CEO Pa
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 days ago
The chairman of JEA’s board of directors Tuesday requested the utility’s CEO Paul McElroy to commission an expedited review of JEA’s assets, a move that he said will help determine whether it’s viable to sell Jacksonville’s city-owned electric and... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Move for city to buy riverfront land for development puzzles officialsthe private development group behind a planned mixed-use project that was set t
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 9 days ago
the private development group behind a planned mixed-use project that was set to be built on the former site of a JEA power plant. The proposal is one of the most ambitious private downtown projects in Jacksonville’s recent history, but... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Notebook: More apartments on Gran Bay and what’s going on with East San Marco anyway?With the news this past week that the JEA has given developers of The District
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 9 days ago
With the news this past week that the JEA has given developers of The District an extension on buying the land for the Southbank project, you’re probably wondering about the status of East San Marco. Yeah, well so am I. The project has been in the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Letters: There’s no compelling case for selling JEAJEA board member Tom Petway has called for a valuation of JEA’s assets on the o
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 10 days ago
JEA board member Tom Petway has called for a valuation of JEA’s assets on the open market along with an assessment of whether JEA’s customers would be better served by the private market. What is most important is for JEA customers to be provided... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Editorial: Selling JEA has never made sense in the past — and it may not now eitherSelling JEA is an idea that comes up with every new set of city officials. But
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 10 days ago
Selling JEA is an idea that comes up with every new set of city officials. But it’s never as simple as it first appears. The utility has long been considered the golden goose because its revenues are so easily tapped for city government. But the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
JEA resolves to explore privatizationJEA will determine what the market value is for the city-owned utility and give
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
JEA will determine what the market value is for the city-owned utility and give that information to city leaders for them to consider privatizing the electric and water utility. The idea of selling JEA has surfaced in the past when City Council... Read more
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The Morning Sun
PHS student journalists bring home awardson certain stories. “It was great moment of validation to see how celebrated t
The Morning Sun / Posted 13 days ago
on certain stories. “It was great moment of validation to see how celebrated they were,” Smith said. Winners of the JEA competition: Shannon O’Harra received an Excellent on feature photography Myla Turner received an Honorable Mention for... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
JEA extends deadline for Southbank development, includes City Hall in prolonged talksThe JEA board agreed Tuesday to give the developers behind a planned mega-devel
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
The JEA board agreed Tuesday to give the developers behind a planned mega-development on Jacksonville’s Southbank more time to close on the purchase of the utility’s waterfront land, a delay that appears to have also wrapped City Hall — and... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
JEA extends deadline for Southbank development, includes City Hall in prolonged talksThe JEA board agreed Tuesday to give the developers behind a planned mega-devel
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
The JEA board agreed Tuesday to give the developers behind a planned mega-development on Jacksonville’s Southbank more time to close on the purchase of the utility’s waterfront land, a delay that appears to have also wrapped City Hall into the... Read more
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Digi Times
Samsung secures contract to replace Airwave handsets for UK emergency servicesthan using a combination of the existing Airwave devices and multiple commercia
Digi Times / Posted 14 days ago
than using a combination of the existing Airwave devices and multiple commercial networks and standard 4G devices." Suk-Jea Hahn, executive vice president of Samsung's global Mobile B2B Team, added: "We are excited to be part of the UK ESN... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Hotel signs on to The District on the Southbankmarina and a four-acre public park that would connect with an expanded Riverwal
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
marina and a four-acre public park that would connect with an expanded Riverwalk. The project, at the site of a former JEA generating plant, would be built over three phases. The first work is expected early next year, the spokesman said. But... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
After two hurricanes in two years, JEA learns some PR lessons hard wayAfter Hurricane Matthew last year, JEA set a deadline for power restoration and
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 17 days ago
After Hurricane Matthew last year, JEA set a deadline for power restoration and blew it. Customers were angry. This year, in the wake of Hurricane Irma, JEA refused to set a deadline for restoration. Customers were angry. It’s beginning to seem... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Ernest Hooper: Modern times demand new commitment to tradition of media literacyto follow his lead. "Honestly, in my mind, it should be The Thing — The One Th
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
to follow his lead. "Honestly, in my mind, it should be The Thing — The One Thing," said Newton, who served as the JEA president for six years. "Not only do I urge you to make it a priority in your classes, but I urge JEA to take the lead... Read more
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First Coast News
Jacksonville man says poor mail delivery from the postal service is affecting his businessadding insult to injury, the mail that he receives does not belong to him. "He
First Coast News / Posted 20 days ago
adding insult to injury, the mail that he receives does not belong to him. "Here's one that's got a check, here's one from JEA," Skie said. "Here's one from another person on Julington Creek Road." Skie is also landlord to 100 vendors in his... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
JEA ends Puerto Rico aid, waits to be paidJEA linemen are returning for good from Puerto Rico where upheaval continues in
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 20 days ago
JEA linemen are returning for good from Puerto Rico where upheaval continues in restoring power to the beleaguered island, casting uncertainty over when JEA will get paid for millions of dollars of work it has done to help repair the... Read more
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First Coast News
JEA's Puerto Rico subcontract terminated after primary contractor scrutinized over billingwhen Hurricane Maria hit the island Sept. 20. Now the company has 300 employees
First Coast News / Posted 27 days ago
when Hurricane Maria hit the island Sept. 20. Now the company has 300 employees and employs mostly subcontractors like JEA. Puerto Rico's governor called for the inspector general to audit the contract and company to determine if Puerto Rican... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Business Notebook: Site for planned oceanfront hotel sold$815,002, 2,433 square feet, North Coast Construction. The previous Wendy’s was
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 30 days ago
$815,002, 2,433 square feet, North Coast Construction. The previous Wendy’s was torn down to make way for a replacement. JEA paid $18,313,119 for 1,849 acres near U.S. 301 for one of the solar farms the utility is planning. The land is part of... Read more
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The Manila Times
2,916 examinees pass the Electronics Technician Licensure examsMICHELLE ANNE LIWAG 36 ACEÑA, JULIE ANNE DIOLA 37 ACIERTO, ALEXA SABALBERO 3
The Manila Times / Posted a month ago
MICHELLE ANNE LIWAG 36 ACEÑA, JULIE ANNE DIOLA 37 ACIERTO, ALEXA SABALBERO 38 ACLAN, ALFRED KAUSING 39 ACLAN, ELLEN JEAN VITO 40 ACOBA, JAYSON BAGAIN 41 ACOSTA, CHRISTIAN GARCIA 42 ACOSTA, JAN ARVEY ARAMBURO 43 ACUÑA, NIKKA JAYME 44... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Stolen credit cards, scabies outbreak and abuse alleged at facility under DHEC investigationproperly. As a result, no violations were cited. It wasn’t until after he real
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 1 months ago
properly. As a result, no violations were cited. It wasn’t until after he really started to press for information that JEA Senior Living, based in Washington, told Keith if he was unhappy with the care that maybe he should think about... Read more

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