St. Augustine City Commission

A Jeep drives through a flooded street in St. Augustine.
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St. Augustine is looking for residents to be on a new committee tasked with updating the city’s building code to reduce flooding.

The City Commission on Monday agreed to form the five-member advisory committee. It will be chaired by Commissioner John Valdes, who has worked in the construction industry for decades.

A flooded street in St. Augustine.
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The St. Augustine City Commission is moving forward with plans to form a new advisory committee tasked with amending the city’s land development code to reduce flooding.

The intersection of Orange and Riberia St. in St. Augustine on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020.
City of St. Augustine

The St. Augustine City Commission is looking for ways to alleviate the chronic flooding the city has been dealing with increasingly in recent years.

The Confederate War Memorial in the Plaza de la Constitucion.
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St. Augustine’s contractor has started the process of relocating the Confederate monument in the Plaza de la Constitucion.

The Confederate War Memorial in the Plaza de la Constitucion.
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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.

The Confederate War Memorial in the Plaza de la Constitucion.
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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.

Tracy Upchurch (right) with a student (left) at Flagler College.
Flagler College

The St. Augustine City Commission unanimously appointed former Mayor Tracy Upchurch to replace Nancy Shaver, who resigned last week to focus on her health after suffering a stroke.