A meeting has been called for Wednesday, August 15, at 6:30pm, with an unusual item coming third on the agenda.
Resolution 2012-L, which serves as notification to City Manager Jeri Langman the commission intends to terminate her employment, will be voted on during the special meeting.
No other details, including which commissioner(s) called for the [...]
Let me waste no time in conveying the most important part of this message.
Congratulations to Scott Jamison for winning the special election for the remaining seven months of High Springs city commissioner seat #5. You did a great job and will serve the people well.
With that out of the way, let’s move into [...]
On a Thursday night agenda loaded with important items the most crucial issue wasn’t even on the agenda.
As the meeting was wrapping up, city attorney Thomas Depeter, speaking during his allotted comment time, referenced copies of a letter he placed on the dais for each commissioner just prior to the meeting. He requested each [...]
Starting today at 2pm High Springs will begin its month-long budget process with a formal presentation from the city manager of her drafted budget. From there the commission can make any changes they see fit, or approve any of the proposed budget items as presented. The process usually takes anywhere from four to six meetings [...]
Much discussion has taken place about the recent discovery of what is considered one of the largest cases of animal hoarding in the country, but the one remaining question on everyone’s mind may now be answered, partially at least.
Exactly why was the permit for this facility approved against the [...]
This Thursday the High Springs City Commission will hold their first public hearing for the passage of the FY2011 Budget. The budget, originally presented by the city manager on July 26, has seen some significant changes made by the current commission. While some of the modifications have been unanimous, others have become split [...]
CITY COMMISSION MEETING
110 N.W. 1st Avenue
JUNE 10, 2010 6:30 P.M.
CALL TO ORDER: MAYOR WILLIAM J. COUGHLIN
INVOCATION: PASTOR BYRAN WILLIAMS, MT. CARMEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: MAYOR WILLIAM J. COUGHLIN
ROLL CALL: JAMES D. DRUMM, CITY MANAGER
1. CONSIDER [...]
On June 8, 2010, Alachua Board of County Commissioners will be considering a Sales Tax to be placed on the November Ballot. The sales tax is being considered as a “replacement” so-to-speak for the expiring Wild Spaces Public Places tax.
The agenda will include a 1:30 p.m. time certain item regarding the potential of an infrastructure [...]
As posted earlier, I was invited to be on the radio program Talk of the Town earlier last week, and I have had many requests to hear the audio due to people missing the program.
Well, the wait is over, below you will find the audio of the show, without commercials:
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