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It was clear that St. Johns County residents desire beach restoration in the two and a half hours of public comment at the March 19 County Commission meeting. How the Tourist Development Tax (TDT) will help fund it, however, was divided by the Board of County Commissioners, and remains a hotly contested topic more than two weeks later. more
Nonprofit environmental advocacy group Save Guana Now held a garage sale fundraiser on Saturday at a home on Guana Lake with a view of the Outpost. The event included activities for kids, such as chalk drawing of animals of Guana, cornhole, limbo, bubbles and more. Save Guana Now is advocating for the preservation of the Outpost property, located at the end of Neck Road and adjacent to the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTMNERR). Ponte Vedra Corporation, who owns the property, is proposing to rezone it from Open Rural to Planned Unit Development to build a 66-home subdivision there known as Vista Tranquila. more
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Plants returned to the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library on Friday for its “Springtime at Downton” event. more
Next MSD meeting to host Commissioner Jeremiah Blocker The next meeting of the Ponte Vedra Beach Municipal Service District (MSD) will be held Monday, April 8, at Our Lady of the Sea Catholic … more
For the eighth year in row, St. Johns County is ranked No. 1 in Florida in Health Outcomes (measures of today’s health) and No. 1 in Health Factors (measures of tomorrow’s health) in the national 2019 County Health Rankings Report. more
Richard Goldman is the president and CEO of the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches Visitors & Convention Bureau (VCB). Goldman has lived in Ponte Vedra Beach since 1998 with his artist wife, Sharon. They have three grown daughters. more
“Big: The Musical” is currently playing at Alhambra Theatre & Dining and manages to hit all the highlight notes of the 1980s hit movie with Tom Hanks. more
On March 29, sixth-grade students from Beaches Episcopal School (BES) loaded more than 800 pounds of donated items from BES families to give to the Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry as part of the school’s spring food drive. more
Perhaps you know a budding Scorsese, a little Meryl Streep or even a young Billy Wilder. No matter which side of the camera your kid adores, there’s now a place ready to nurture their creativity and let their imaginations be the star of the show. more
Vendors in the categories of summer camps, schools, health resources and birthday party businesses came together on Sunday for Fun 4 First Coast Kids’ fourth annual Summer Camp Festival at Above Athletics in Jacksonville. Attendees had the opportunity to engage with the vendors, sign up for camps and enjoy giveaways. more
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