Jacksonville City Council Approves $23 Million In Incentives For Eagle LNG Facility

Dec 11, 2019
Via Jacksonville Daily Record

The City Council approved $23 million in taxpayer-backed incentives for a proposed $542 million liquefied natural gas export facility in North Jacksonville.


As 2019 draws to a close and a number of new electric vehicles are being introduced,  would-be plugin motorists might want to double check which incentives are – and aren’t - available in Jacksonville.

Amazon Wants To Turn Former Blanding Blvd. Kmart Into Delivery Center

Dec 10, 2019
Jacksonville Daily Record, already with four major centers in Jacksonville, plans to develop a fifth at a closed Kmart along Blanding Boulevard in Westside.

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The city issued a permit Monday for chef Dennis Chan to renovate and expand a former law office he bought in Mandarin for Blue Bamboo II, his second area restaurant.

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The debate continues to intensify over the possible sale of JEA.

280-Unit Apartment Project Proposed Along Philips Highway

Dec 2, 2019
Jacksonville Daily Record

England-Thims & Miller Inc. filed civil engineering plans with the St. Johns River Water Management District and the city for Stanmore Wells Creek.


WJCT News partner News4Jax reports that two months after TIAA Bank announced the retirement of CEO Blake Wilson, the Jacksonville-based bank has decided instead to fire Wilson over unspecified policy violations.

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Jacksonville’s Downtown waterfront will look very different in 2020 with a host of projects underway that will significantly change the view.

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Chicago Pizza, site of the August 26, 2018, deadly mass shooting at The Jacksonville Landing, has been leveled as the overall demolition of the former Downtown festival marketplace continues.

Via Jacksonville Daily Record

The renovation and rehabilitation of the former Independent Life building received conceptual approval Thursday from the Downtown Development Review Board.

JEA Files Lawsuit, Says It's Owed Nearly $5 Million For Puerto Rico Recovery Work

Nov 12, 2019
Via Jacksonville Daily Record

Claiming it’s owed nearly $5 million for work performed in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria destroyed the island’s power grid, JEA filed a lawsuit against a company contracted by the island’s electric authority to restore the island’s infrastructure.

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The city approved a permit Monday for Material Handling Systems Inc. to install an almost $30.7 million conveyor system at the United Parcel Service Inc. distribution center under development in South Jacksonville.

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After 23 years, Native Sun Natural Foods Market announced in August it was closing all three of its stores due to increasing competition.

Owners Of Palm Valley Fish Camp Will Open St. Augustine Fish Camp

Nov 5, 2019
Via Jacksonville Daily Record

Southern Table Hospitality, owners of North Beach, Palm Valley and Julington Creek Fish Camps, will add a fourth location in downtown St. Augustine by mid-January, according to WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.

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The Jacksonville Landing is cleared for demolition.