David Alfin is sworn-in as Palm Coast’s fourth mayor at a 6 p.m. meeting, the council votes on a proposed tax rate, and the School Board meets at 3 p.m. in workshop to discuss a long list of key issues.
It’s Andy Dance’s 58th birthday, shared with that of James Baldwin, the County Commission meets and will likely approve a lease moving the Bunnell Branch library to Marvin’s Garden.
A dangerously hot day with heat indexes up to 109, the Observer interview with John Sbordone and Beau Wade, when majorities become tyrannies. Ann Frank’s last diary entry.
A Celebration of Life for Paul Harrington, the two-time candidate for Flagler Beach City Commission who died on April 14, is scheduled for 4 p.m. today at 210 South Central Avenue in Flagler Beach.
The Palm Coast Canvassing Board meets to go over mail-in ballots and provisional ballots in the special election for mayor, and to announce official results. A word from the Tao Te Ching.
Back-to-school protocols, drug court, thoughts on the heated-up local housing market, and Immanuel Kant on the Enlightenment’s best lesson: think for yourself.
Flagler Beach City Commission members Rick Belhumeur and Jane Mealy have a funny exchange about ethics training, the state Ethics Commission releases its fiundings from a closed-door session Friday that included a discussion of the Milissa Holland case.
It’s the final Election Day in the Palm Coast race for mayor, polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., results expected shortly after that. The Palm Coast council meets to discuss its non-general fund categories, and a ground breaking of a Flagler Health Plus village in north Palm Coast.
The Bunnell City Commission appoints two new members to fill out the terms of Bill Baxley and Donnie Nobles, who have resigned. Amin Maalouf on the tolerance of former empires.
A Community Cats adoption event at Pet Supermarket, and kittens in need of fostering at the Humane Society, with a word on the weather by Jenny Offill.