Holding the line on county/city spending during a difficult period filled with uncertainty makes sense.
Nassau County, Florida will receive a total of $15 million CARES funds to defray coronavirus costs. $2.2 million is for local small businesses.
Start-and-stop coronavirus restrictions are frustrating and confusing, especially for Florida’s bars, restaurants, salons and gyms.
Florida and Georgia received national attention for reopening their economies sooner than other states.
The Republican National Convention is reportedly coming to Jacksonville, scheduled for Aug. 24-27, and would bring national attention to our area.
Indecision by other governors will likely prove inferior to what Governor DeSantis has done for Florida, or Kemp for Georgia.
Restaurants were permitted to reopen Monday, by state decree, and they got off to a promising start despite the restrictive dining environment.
Amelia Island faces a dilemma. The island has a tourism-based economy, with no tourists. 2,700 people from the local tourism industry have been suddenly cast to the unemployment lines.