Across the Boards - Jacksonville News Summary
A summary of Jacksonville news highlights from December 22, 2012 - December 28, 2012.
Published December 30, 2012 in News - MetroJacksonville.com
Hostess has a bakery in Jacksonville. It's state of the art. It may be the first to come back from the dead. Meanwhile, 200 Jacksonville workers are fired.
The deadline has passed. Florida ignored the deadline to inform the feds on whether they are planning on building health insurance exchange.
Over 36k people in Florida hold "unconventional" energy jobs. What the frak is "unconventional"?
The search for the new president of the civic council begins
Fairfield Residential Co. LLC will start construction on the $40 million, 300-unit Harbortown apartment project on the inter-coastal.
XPO logistics ( freight brokerage ) opens shop in Jacksonville. Expects to add about 100 new jobs in six years.
Duuuvaaal vs. Duvel. Intuition Ale Works gets a cease and desist order from popular Belgian brewery.
The Clay County chamber has a new prez., Doug Conkey.
SeaWorld files for IPO attempting to raise $100 million
Yates YMCA files new plans for Riverside
Building Chief Lloyd Fountain Quits 83k a Year Job W/City. Mayor Not Talking
Dismal Reception To Newest Mayoral Pension Proposal.comments
FSCJ enrollment drops 10%.
Freedom Commerce Center sells for 27.8 million.
Article by Arash Kamiar
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