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News Update 05.11.18

JTA has received a major grant for continuing to improve the St. Johns River Ferry infrastructure. And Beaches Energy will be taking part in a solar energy project that will begin to produce electricity by mid 2020.

News Update 05.04.18

Mayport tops the news this week, with the transfer of the Port Authority land in the village back to the City of Jacksonville, and money secured from the state for new docks for the fishing fleet and other boats.


News Update 04.27.18

An Element hotel has been approved for Beach and Third Street in Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach eyes a $1.35 million land purchase, and Neptune Beach hopes to have a new community center in Jarboe Park by late summer.


News Update 04.20.18

Neptune Beach gets a nice boost from the State of Florida for some much-needed drainage projects. And ABET will be moving to NB later this summer.


News Update 04.06.18

Jacksonville Beach City Manager George Forbes announces his retirement. The Neptune Beach City Council continues working on its Jarboe Park makeover, and forecasters at Colorado State University predict a slightly above normal hurricane season.


News Update 03.23.18

The Neptune Beach City Council is divided on engineering work for the Jarboe Park project. In Jacksonville Beach, a developer is asking for a long-term lease on parking spaces for new restaurants. And the Neptune Beach Senior Center needs repairs, but is salvageable.


News Update 03.16.18

Developer TriBridge has returned with a somewhat scaled-down apartment complex proposal for the former Kmart location. And it’s going to be more difficult to build a gas station in Atlantic Beach.


News Update 03.09.18

A new school safety program is implemented in Neptune Beach, and District 13 councilman Bill Gulliford is the March keynote speaker at Beaches Watch.


News Update 03.02.18

Atlantic Beach continues its due diligence concerning Johnston Island, and the Jacksonville Pier is again open for business.


News Update 2.09.18