New briefs for Feb. 18, 2016


Advanced Disposal delays initial public offering
Nocatee-based Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., announced last week that it has postponed its previously announced initial public offering. The company elected to postpone the offering as a result of unfavorable equity market conditions and will continue to evaluate the proposed offering as market conditions develop, according to a news release.
A registration statement related to these securities has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission but has not yet become effective. For more, visit

PARC Group chairman to speak to PV Coalition

Roger Osteen, founder and chairman of the PARC Group, will speak to members and guests at a meeting Monday, Feb. 22 of the Ponte Vedra Beaches Coalition. The PARC Group are the developers of Nocatee, the third best-selling master-planned community in the nation. The meeting will also include a report on county business from St. Johns County Commissioner Jay Morris.
The meeting is open to guests, and the Ponte Vedra Beaches Coalition will meet Feb. 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Ponte Vedra Beach Library’s large room.

County seeks applicants for Ponte Vedra Zoning and Adjustment Board

St. Johns County is currently accepting applications for the Ponte Vedra Zoning and Adjustment Board. Applicants must be a registered voter in St. Johns County and reside within the Ponte Vedra Zoning District. Members will be required to file financial disclosure and wills serve a term for four years. This board meets at 3 p.m. on the second Monday of each month in the St. Johns County Auditorium, 500 San Sebastian View.
For more information, to verify if an address is within the specified area of Ponte Vedra or to find an application, call (904) 209-0308 or visit Applications are due March 2 and can be emailed to or mailed to: St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, Attn: Thomas Filloramo, 500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, FL 32084.

Lamping to speak at Episcopal Capital Campaign kick-off tonight

Mark Lamping, president of the Jacksonville Jaguars, will join with the Board of Trustees of Episcopal School of Jacksonville this evening for a kick-off celebration for “Lead the Way: The 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign.” The event, hosted at the EverBank Field Terrace Suite, is part of the school’s $18 million capital campaign. The funds will be used to build an endowment, make improvements to the school’s library, improve athletic facilities and improve the school’s public entrances.
The event begins at 6 p.m. tonight. Visit for more information.

Toby Keith to perform at this year’s Players Championship
The Players Championship announced their full slate of military appreciation activities and programs for the 2016 event last week, including a performance by Toby Keith on Tues., May 10, during Military Appreciation Day. New in 2016, the Military Appreciation Day Ceremony (6 p.m.) and Concert (6:30 p.m.) will be held on the 17th hole – instead of the traditional location on the back of the clubhouse lawn.
Keith’s performance will cap off the Military Appreciation Day Ceremony, which will include pageantry by military personnel, a flyover by the 125th Fighter Wing, Florida Air National Guard, and a National Anthem performance by Byron Rowe (United States Navy-Retired). Speakers at the Military Appreciation ceremony will be General Mark Welsh, Chief of Staff, United States Air Force and member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem; and a Tour player.
Keith’s tours have drawn more than 1 million fans each year for the last decade. The Military Appreciation Day Ceremony and Concert is free to any Tuesday ticket holder; a Tuesday Stadium Pass starts $20.