There is a meeting January 10th, at City Hall on Ash Street in Fernandina Beach (6:00 p.m.) to discuss the closing of Centre Street. If you have a dog in this hunt, you may want to show up!
We have received word that the Happiest Seaside Towns online voting resumed Tuesday, Ocotber 18, 2016, after Hurricane Matthew.
The City’s current effort to enhance 8th Street stems from direction in its Comprehensive Plan which was most recently adopted in late 2011.
Bar-B-Q or Art? Take your pick. Both will be great events to attend Saturday on Amelia Island if you are avoiding the crowds at the Concours d’Elegance and the other car shows.
Stay tuned for updates as the program develops, and be sure to like the “Fernandina Beach Main Street” page on Facebook.
SearchAmelia has just posted their 10,000th blog! That is indeed a lot of writing, researching, soul sharing, laughter and sometimes tears.
The City is looking for opinions on the future of 8th Street.
University of Florida Natural Resources Leadership Institute visits Fernandina Beach
Fernandina Beach reported 75.55 tons of recycled garbage with the new program, more than doubling the trash compared to the old system.
This workshop was funded in part by a Preserve America grant offered through the Florida Division of Historical Resources.
Fernandina Observer well received with many positive responses hitting their “in-box”! Susan and Doug are excited about the rapid growth.
300 photos of the 2012 Pirate’s Parade that kicked off the 49th Annual Isle of 8 Flags Shrimp Festival in Fernandina Beach Florida
An evening of superlatives as contributed by all parties involved in the Nassau County Boys and Girls Club
I found that comment interesting since our citizens disagree on funding the improvements needed in Fernandina.
If a one-legged, African-American girl from San Diego with no money and no snow can win medals as a ski racer…surely I can follow my dream to find joy in life.