Friday's First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross featured some of the top stories of the week, including:
- More controversy surrounding a possible JEA sale.
- City Council plans to start a new resiliency committee to deal with climate change.
- And the Jacksonville Landing is coming down. But what's next for the festival marketplace?
Discussing a busy newsweek we welcomed:
- Nate Monroe with The Florida Times-Union;
- Mike Mendhall with the Jacksonville Daily Record;
- And radio host Angela Spears of Angela Spears Communications;
After facing criticism from City Council members, JEA now says it will not move forward with a long-term performance pay plan for its employees. The plan would have potentially given a huge financial windfall to JEA employees that participated, especially the highly paid senior staff, if the utility were sold.
Paula Poundstone is known for her recurring role on NPR’s Peabody award-winning show, Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me, plus an incredible 40-year career in the comedy business. She’ll be performing right here - at the WJCT Soundstage, in partnership with the Florida Theatre - at 8 p.m. this Saturday, November 23.
We caught up with her for a preview.