John Regan St Augustine Commission Votes To Allow Spring Events As COVID Positivity Rates Drop By Sydney Boles • Feb 24, 2021 BILL BORTZFIELD / WJCT NEWS The St. Augustine City Commission voted Tuesday to begin allowing public gatherings starting this spring. Events are slated to include arts shows, athletic events and music festivals. St. Augustine City Commission Approves Plan To Relocate Confederate Monument By Brendan Rivers • Aug 10, 2020 Ebyabe / Wikimedia Commons Listen Listening... / 1:13 Hear this story airing on WJCT News 89.9 In a 3-to-2 vote Monday night, the St. Augustine City Commission approved a plan to move the Confederate monument in the Plaza de la Constitucion to the Trout Creek Fish Camp. St. Augustine City Manager Proposes New Site For Confederate Memorial By Brendan Rivers • Aug 6, 2020 Ebyabe / Wikimedia Commons St. Augustine City Manager John Regan is recommending that the Confederate memorial in the Plaza de la Constitucion be relocated to the Trout Creek Fish Camp. St. Augustine To Give Out Smart Thermometers To Help Monitor, Stop Spread Of Coronavirus By Brendan Rivers • Apr 13, 2020 Kinsa The city of St. Augustine plans to give out 600 smart thermometers from Kinsa, a company that’s trying to stop the spread of contagious illnesses like COVID-19. Alcohol Consumption Banned At St. Augustine Restaurants For 30 Days By Brendan Rivers • Mar 17, 2020 Iagology / Flickr Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered Tuesday that all bars and nightclubs close for the next 30 days to help stop the spread of coronavirus. The city of St. Augustine is taking that a step further by banning alcohol sales at restaurants.