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City’s new fire station is on schedule

The reconstruction of Macclenny’s main fire station on U.S. 90 is progressing on schedule and is expected to meet its completion date and budget within the next six months, despite a design change of a wastewater outfall line, according to City Manager Phil Rhoden. Read More »

LPA mulls rules on noise, gun clubs, roads

The Baker County Land Planning Agency discussed a dozen different topics last week, including dirt roads, mobile home restrictions, home occupations, noise and gun ranges as part of its mission to revise and update local land development policies and regulations. Read More »

Suits against county for road negligence, denial of de-platting

The Baker County Commission was sued recently on two fronts, by the paralyzed victim of a car accident in late 2012 and by a developer recently denied removal of subdivision plats from a 108-acre tract south of Macclenny. Read More »

Donates another vision screener by First Federal

The Baker County School Board Monday night received a $2,100 donation from First Federal Bank that will help the school district buy a new vision screening machine to examine the eyes of young students in the fall. Read More »

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