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Building inspection fees hiked

Higher building inspection and permit fees approved by Baker County commissioners last week are expected to bring in an estimated $16,500 in additional revenue annually if the current volume of permit applications remains unchanged. Read More »

Prison for firearm violation

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James

A convicted felon from Glen St. Mary drew a 28-month prison term when he pleaded no contest on June 16 to possession of a firearm and a license tag violation. Read More »

Crime is trending downward

Like most of the state, crime was down last year in Baker County, state figures released last spring show. But historical data from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement shows crime also took a significant dive about ten years ago, even as the population grew. Read More »

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