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Friday, April 18, 2014
 

Office of Economic Development - Spring Newsletter

The City of Jacksonville, Mayor Alvin Brown and the Office of Economic Development provide an update on economic progress made in the city over the last few months.
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2013 Metropolitan Area Census Estimates Released

2013 Metropolitan Area Census Estimates Released

The latest U.S. Census metropolitan area population estimates for the U.S....

LIVECAST: Red Bull Call 'Em Out, Amateur v. Pro Surfing

LIVECAST: Red Bull Call 'Em Out, Amateur v. Pro Surfing

Red Bull “Call ‘em Out” Live Broadcast FROM Jax Beach Pier This event...

Moody Chisholm, CEO of St. Vincent's @ JU Public Policy

Moody Chisholm, CEO of St. Vincent's @ JU Public Policy

Moody Chisholm does not hold back when he suggests "that we expand coverage...

Livecast of the Florida Bowlriders Cup @ Kona Skatepark

Livecast of the Florida Bowlriders Cup @ Kona Skatepark

The livecast is happening now. Watch the Florida Bowlriders Cup at Kona...


Russell Armistead, CEO UF Health @ JU Public Policy

Russell Armistead, CEO of UF Health, gives a ten minute presentation on his role in providing a "safety...
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The Beautification of Hemming Plaza

On Saturday, March 22, 2014, 100 community volunteers worked to beautify Hemming Plaza by planting shrubs...
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12 Hours of Sebring at Sebring International Raceway

Marcelo Murillo captured the 12 hour event at Sebring International Raceway on March 15, 2014.
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Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance

Marcelo Murillo, photographer and car enthusiast, captures this annual event which took place on Amelia...
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Video: Downtown Jacksonville in 1950

This video from www.travelfilmarchive.com captures scenes of downtown Jacksonville and the rest of the...
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So Much Energy, Isaac Newton Would Be Jealous

Metro Jacksonville's Allison Wallace spends a day with Councilwoman Lori Boyer.
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Celebrating the Restoration of a Landmark

Take a look inside of a local historic landmark as Metro Jacksonville Matt Hladik shares an upcoming...
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Slavery Is Alive In Jacksonville

Slavery is alive and well in the City of Jacksonville. Take a look at this map.
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Bono's Bar-B-Q Video Contest: Top Prize Worth $2,000

Bono's Pit Bar-B-Q is the sponsor of "If you don't see a pit, it ain't legit" video contest on MetroJackonville.com....
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Valentine's Day: How to Pick the Perfect Date Venue

Based on an analysis of thousands of restaurant and bar recommendations processed by Wist (www.getwist.com)...
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Oldest One Room Schoolhouse in Duval County to be Saved

The Mandarin Museum and Historical Society is partnering with the Mandarin Community Club in an effort...
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Video: NFL Claims Snow No Problem for Super Bowl

With freezing temperatures in New York, Sunday's Super Bowl could be an unmitigated disaster. However,...
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Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in the US

There was a consistent decline in unemployment rate last year, opening at 7.9% in January down to an...
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How We Really Feel About the Holidays

Now that Christmas and New Years have passed us by, Tada.com has released a survey that exposes how most...
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Illegal Demolitions Exposing Residents To Asbestos?

Already under fire for illegally using federal funds to demolish homes, the City of Jacksonville's Municipal...
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