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Friday Media Roundtable; Jacksonville Tasting Tours

Dec 6, 2019
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Friday's First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross featured some of the top stories of the week, including:

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JEA’s leadership is pushing back against critics of its move to potentially privatize the utility.

Media members chatting in the Green Room.
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Picture of exterior of JEA building
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Media members sitting at roundtable ready for air.
Heather Schatz / WJCT

Friday on First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, the media roundtable looked at some of the top stories of the week, including:

Picture left to right at WJCT Friday: Heather Schatz, Angela Spears, Melissa Ross, Dan Scanlan
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Friday on First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, our panel of journalists on the media roundtable looked at some of the top stories of the week, including:  

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JEA's downtown Jacksonville headquarters
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JEA, Jacksonville's publicly-owned utility, announced Monday it has received bids from 16 private companies. Next it will evaluate the bids as the utility continues on a path of potentially recommending a sale of all or part of the operation to a private vendor.

Via The Jacksonville Daily Record

The JEA board selected its next CEO Tuesday but the choice of Aaron Zahn comes with controversy.