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October 21, 2021
The Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board (JEPB) will recognize winners of the 2021 Environmental Excellence Awards on Wednesday, Nov. 17.
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October 21, 2021
Local Industry Professionals Recognized with Awards
 
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October 12, 2021
Davis, Fason, Ratliff, and Stinchcomb to be honored at October 29 Luncheon
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October 08, 2021
September was Healthy Aging Month so the Mayor's Community Based Crime Reduction Program and the New Town Success Zone hosted a Community Impact Day that focused on Eliminating Period Poverty, Aleviating Hunger, and Providing Educational Healthcare information for the entire family.
October 08, 2021

Congratulations to Council Member LeAnna Cumber, 2021 Eve Award Recipient. 

The EVE Awards, established in 1969 (52 years ago) by The Florida Times-Union, are given to women who contributed the most during the past year to the community. The first and most esteemed awards for women bear the name of the first woman.

EVE is the woman at the pinnacle of her achievement. She wears many faces and is first in extraordinary ways. Whether educator, chairwoman or entrepreneur, EVE's legacy is first and always citizen, catalyst, leader, mentor and role model.

EVE sees needs and fills them. She is a visionary; a problem-solver, a force for change; and a barometer of the times. EVE is legendary. She will always be a positive force...continuing the tradition.

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October 08, 2021
14 Temporary Sites Located Throughout Jacksonville
Two week Driver’s License Reinstatement Expo to serve as one-stop shop event .
October 07, 2021
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (October 7, 2021) – Building upon the successes of previous Operation Green Light events, the Duval County Clerk of Courts announces it will be holding a Driver’s License Reinstatement Expo later this month. LET’S DRIVE JAX! will take place from October 25 – October 29 and November 1 – November 5 at the Duval County Courthouse. The goal of the event is to provide a one-stop shop for citizens to work directly with all appropriate state agencies and/or the Court to determine how to reinstate their driving privileges and get back on the road. Participating agencies include: the 4th Judicial Circuit, the 4th Judicial Circuit State Attorney, the 4th Judicial Circuit Public Defender, the Florida Department of Revenue, the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Department, the Duval County Tax Collector, and the Salvation Army of Northeast Florida.
 
pile of plastic recyling
September 27, 2021
14 recycling drop-off locations will be available
September 24, 2021
Despite hotspots, river study says Duval 'does not exhibit unusual mercury contamination'
 
Photo of Council Member Garrett Dennis, District 9.
September 21, 2021

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Councilman Garrett Dennis has introduced two bills for voter referendum, to be added to the ballot during the upcoming Special Election to be held February 22, 2022. “It is my goal to give the opportunity to help eliminate government waste by cutting the size of government and save taxpayers millions of dollars.” Dennis said.

(EEE) Eliminating Excess Elections- Designed to align the Spring Election with the Gubernatorial Election, this will save the taxpayers approximately $4 million.

(GRB) Government Reduction Bill- Reducing the size of the City Council from 19 members to 14 members to represent each district (eliminates 5 At-Large council seats). This minimization of the size government will save taxpayers approximately $885,000 annually. 

Proposed Legislation - Government Reduction Bill
Proposed Legislation - Eliminating Excess Elections

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