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  • Jackson, Who Sued Gov. Scott Over City Council Appointment, Files To Run For District 10 Seat
    by Brendan Rivers on October 15, 2018 at 3:26 pm

    Brenda Priestly Jackson has filed to run for City Council District 10, shortly after asking a judge to reconsider the dismissal of her lawsuit challenging current District 10 Councilman Terrance Freeman’s appointment by Governor Rick Scott. [Read more]

  • 7/20/2018: Media Roundtable
    by Kevin Meerschaert on July 20, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    Our Friday Media Roundtable on First Coast Connect featured Florida Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi , The Victory’s Jax Engage radio host Angela Spears , Folio Weekly editor Claire Goforth and Beaches Leader columnist Jon McGowan . Topics discussed included: Jacksonville City Hall is fighting a lawsuit challenging Terrance Freeman’s eligibility to serve on the City Council. A Neptune Beach board says “no” to a controversial project. After about a decade Berkman II is on track for redevelopment. The Florida Times-Union newsroom says “yes” to unionize. Kevin Meerschaert can be reached at kmeerschaert@wjct.org , 904-358-6334 or on Twitter at @ KMeerschaertJax . [Read more]

  • Plaintiff In Council Residency Suit Asks Judge To Expedite Case
    by Ryan Benk on July 16, 2018 at 11:49 am

    A lawyer and resident of Jacksonville’s Northside is asking a Duval County judge for emergency relief in her lawsuit against Florida Governor Rick Scott and newly-minted District 10 Councilman Terrance Freeman. [Read more]

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