Jim Love

Jacksonville Short-Term Rental Legislation Withdrawn

Jun 6, 2019
Councilman Love
Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville City Council member Jim love requested withdrawal of Ordinance 2019-238, his substitute short term rental bill, in response to constituents’ concerns.

Redevelopment Plan Scrapped For CenterState Bank Property On King Street In Riverside

Dec 28, 2018
exterior of bank
Jacksonville Daily Record

Plans for the redevelopment of the CenterState Bank property at 1232 King St. appear to be delayed.

The Riverside Avondale Preservation newsletter reports the proposed redevelopment plans from the potential purchaser are scrapped.

City of Jacksonville

Jacksonville City Councilman Jim Love is withdrawing a Riverside zoning bill that caused an uproar last month.

Love said he plans to start a new bill from scratch to clarify and strengthen rules that govern the neighborhood’s historic overlay map.


exterior of building
Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

After outraged business owners and Riverside residents spoke out against a proposed bill that would alter the process of applying for a mixed-use development in the Jacksonville neighborhood, the City Council member who introduced it is looking to quell concerns with a substitute bill.

Steve Baker / Flickr

Updated 5:30 p.m. July 29

Jacksonville has cracked down on nuisance animals.

A City Council bill passed Tuesday, making it easier for annoyed neighbors to report noisy animals.


Republican Party of Florida

Updated 5:42 p.m. on 01/29/16 

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry is changing the city’s employment policy to prohibit discrimination of any kind. In a memo to city employees Friday, the mayor said he’s aligning with federal hiring standards.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jacksonville City Councilman Jim Love joins us to discuss a variety of issues affecting the city, including the recent independent audit of the Jacksonville Police and Fire Pension Fund, the city's Human Rights Ordinance and more.