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Flagler Ranks Low in Latest Florida Forever Priorities, But Money Is Elusive Anyway

| May 18, 2011

Only one project–the 4,200-acre Flagler County Blueway–made the list of the state Florida Forever priorities for preservation this year, and at a low ranking–with little to no money in the state fund anyway.

County’s $3.5 Million Gamble on Pellicer Flats Raids Credibility of Land Program

| September 26, 2010

Tobin, an expert on the Ginn Co.’s shredding history in the county, outlines three reasons why the county commission’s $3.5 million Pellicer Flats land buy was risky, reckless gamble.

In Knotty Deal, County Agrees to 980-Acre Buy from Ginn Co. for at Least $3.25 Million

| September 8, 2010

The county will pay $2.25 million now, $1 million more in 24 months, and potentially $1.25 million more over an undetermined amount of time should the land yield lucrative wetlands credits.

Burned Just 4 Months Ago, County Cooks Yet Another Risky Deal With Ginn on Public Dime

| August 30, 2010

The $4.75 million acquisition of 980 acres around Pellicer Creek is almost 10 times the land’s appraised value. Part of the buy rests on a creative but risky, long-term scheme.

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