Friday on First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, the media roundtable looked at some of the top stories of the week, including:
- JEA moving forward with plans for a new Downtown Jacksonville headquarters.
- City Council voted to secure law services to look at JEA’s potential sale.
- Some public housing residents are without hot water and heat.
- Some local private schools are starting random drug testing.
Digging into these topics were our panelists:
- David Bauerlein of The Florida Times-Union
- Mike Mendenhall from the Jax Daily Record
- Freelance journalist Claire Goforth
- Regular contributor and blogger Fred Matthews
Mod & More Home Tour
Old Arlington Inc.’s home tour is coming up this weekend.
Melody Shacter talks about the sixth annual Arlington Mod & More Home Tour celebrating the mid-century architecture of Arlington Saturday and Sunday October 26 and 27.
'Sesame Street Live' Brings Sunny Days
Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party! visits Jacksonville, October 26 and October 27 for three performances at the Moran Theater in the Times-Union Center for Performing Arts. Juanita Dilia Olivio, who portrays “Casey,” the host of the show, offered a preview.