Next month begins open enrollment for health insurance, so it’s as good a time as any to reflect on the first year of Obamacare and all the election-year bickering over whether it’s helped or hurt us.
Daily Archives: September 4, 2014
A major rewrite of Baker County’s zoning code, which was shelved last year after a controversy erupted over sand mining, could be another year away from completion now that a zoning advisory panel has been tasked with a more extensive review of the code. Read More »
While county government continues to struggle with $1 million-plus deficits, and the City of Macclenny pares its expenses in anticipation of massive utility repairs in the near future, the Town of Glen St. Mary anticipates taking in more revenue in fiscal 2015 than it spends.
The validity of zoning regulations requiring all new homes in a subdivision to have direct access to paved roads was upheld by the Baker County Land Planning Agency, or LPA, at a meeting the evening of August 21. Read More »