Foods available at the local farmers market are environmentally sustainable, natural, and grown in ways that treat animals and workers well, and this clean eating is gaining in popularity.
Article by: Mike Hickox, Nassau County Property Appraiser For the past four years, real estate values have experienced a steady increase and we have seen an improvement in overall market conditions. As the economy improves, the inventory of existing homes…
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Detente between Havana and Washington DC opens engagement opportunities that may ultimate correct a 50 year cold war policy mistake.
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Playing the social benefit plan is perfectly legal and is being executed now by millions of people in the US.
From October 2013 through September 2014, Amelia Island welcomed nearly 570,000 visitors, a 12.4 percent increase over 2013.
As vineyards are pressed to re-locate to better areas and art auctions are going insane, the proverbial canaries in the coal mine are starting to suffocate.
Voter turn out did not warrant a blanket mandate, but supplied strong tell tales of special interest motivation. One in Four votes came from over 60s, dead set to protect their interests.
No less than six awards were handed to the Amelia Island CVB for its marketing programs and campaigns at VISIT FLORIDA’s Annual Flagler Awards Ceremony
If robots can do menial work for less than $2 an hour, a minimum wage of $15 p/hr has no future for jobs that are on the scrap list of technology.
Amelia Island’s 2014 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival brought an economic impact of $9,592,300 to Fernandina Beach.
In 2014, Nassau County’s taxable value is estimated to be about $6.45 billion, compared to about $6.20 billion in 2013, or a 3.8% increase.
For every $1 million spent by travelers to Florida, 11 jobs are created, which represents 13 percent of the state’s total non-farm employment.
A slight perspective on how massive the travel industry is globally, compared to coffee. There is no real functional correlation between the two.