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Official to clarify board’s budget role

Last week the Baker County Commission scheduled a budget hearing for 3:30 p.m. on March 3 to review county department budget requests for 2015-16 and to receive a presentation from the Florida Association of Counties, or FAC, on the statutory role of county commissions in the budget process as it relates to constitutional offices: sheriff, tax collector, property appraiser, clerk of courts and elections supervisor. Read More »

9-1-1 system goes down for two hours

A software failure at the sheriff’s office 9-1-1 communications center led to the system going down for two hours the evening of February 23. Read More »

Nassau man linked to store heists

The sheriff’s department has linked four recent thefts of pressure washers and other merchandise to a Fernandina Beach man who is also implicated in similar activity in Nassau County. Read More »

18-month term for flouting probation

A Macclenny man on probation was sent to prison for 18 months on February 17 after admitting he committed several violations of the agreement stemming from a residential theft in May of last year. Read More »

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