The bed race will be preceded by a parade of the beds, all part of Flagler Beach’s fall celebration. The event raises money for Flagler County’s neediest children.
Why Bunnell is stuck in the 1950s, an ex-cop in Flagler Beach is on probation, Scott overtakes Sink, undocumented immigrants leave, Heidegger returns, and more.
Caryn Miller’s appointment was a compromise to enable the commission to have an acting manager without being locked into making a more consequential decision involving Bruce Campbell.
Bernie Murphy was hired as interim city manager of Flagler Beach. That was more than 1,500 days ago. Tonight’s meeting could be his last, though one never knows with that commission.
The commission interviewed two out-of-towners and one hometown candidate, who turned the afternoon into the Bruce Campbell hour.
Virtually every image or video allegedly found on the suspect’s computer involve pre-pubescent boys and girls in acts indistinguishable from child rape.
After a series of wrangling votes rich in political maneuvering, the commission will re-interview three candidates for city manager–Bruce Campbell, Gary Word and Edward Sealover.
Janke had initially withdrawn from consideration, but reversed course and said he’d leave it up to the commission to determine whether his candidacy was too much of an embarrassment.
Scott Janke is the former town manager in Fort Myers Beach, where he was fired last year, through no fault of his own, when his wife was outed as a porn star. They’ve been separated almost a year.
Last week was the hometown favorites’ time. This week, five of the eight candidates for manager are being interviewed.