The economic development agency that devours taxpayer dollars year after year hasn’t produced a report in years showing what it’s accomplished. Elected officials are tiring of the mystery.
Real Estate & Development
A renter faces her fourth foreclosure-driven eviction in a year as local Realtors are struck with what appears to be a rogue Realtor’s rental scam in Palm Coast’s R Section.
Bunnell will continue occupying a suite of county offices valued at $3,000 a month even though the old city hall is livable.
City Walk, the beleaguered strip mall and home to Palm Coast city offices, will change its name to get away from Universal’s trademark strips in Orlando and Hollywood.
“They didn’t come up with any substantial numbers, or at least verifiable numbers,” a tourist council member said of the Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s plans for a banquet center.
The $13.2 million renovation is complete, and the county’s second-oldest school looks and feels new again. A photo gallery.
A photo gallery featuring some 30 images of the renovated school and its surrounding grounds.
Mediation is designed to reduce the caseload on the court system and help people stay in their homes. Whether it actually works is open to question.
Palm Coast made it seem as if bringing the National Guard to Flagler was mostly its doing. That would be news to the county government. But more is at stake between the two.
The $21 million, 80,000-square-foot facility near the county airport isn’t likely to be built until 2014. It’ll house 21 soldiers.