Port St. Joe Real Estate News
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May 18, 2016 | via The Star
The meeting arrived after a tumultuous week prior during which the Port Authority spent a bit of time in the woodshed of the Board of County Commissioners and negotiated a loan agreement with the city of Port St. Joe. And with elected officials from both boards present, Port Authority chair Eugene Raffield said the next chapter of the future would only be written in positive ink if everybody was reading on the same page. Comment?
May 11, 2016 | via The Star
City commissioners unanimously agreed to terms of a loan with the Port St. Joe Port Authority that will pay off Capital City Bank and give the Port Authority three years to develop the port and create a revenue stream. The agreement, which the Port Authority unanimously agreed to on the spot during a special city meeting last Thursday, came two days after the BOCC split 3-2 in declining a similar agreement. Comment?
May 4, 2016 | via The Star
A 60-minute workshop was not sufficient to sway three votes on the Board of County Commissioners to agree on a loan modification with the Port St. Joe Port Authority. During a special meeting immediately after the workshop, Commissioners Carmen McLemore, Ward McDaniel and Joanna Bryan dissented on a motion from Commissioner Sandy Quinn, Jr. and seconded by Commissioner Jerry Barnes to agree to the loan modification. Comment?
Mar 17, 2016 | via The Star
The Port Authority settled a lawsuit with Capital City Bank, closing a chapter on land once proposed as a barge terminal but now in the hands of Eastern Shipbuilding. Eastern is currently partnering with city of Port St. Joe to examine whether it could obtain a portion of the current stormwater lagoon for use in future shipbuilding activities. Comment?
Jan 7, 2016 | via The Star
After receiving zero bids on six lots for sale in the Patton Park subdivision, the former site of Gulf Pines Hospital, the Port St. Joe city commission discussed next steps during December's final bi-monthly meeting. City attorney Tom Gibson told commissioners he'd spoken with the Realtor's Association regarding an alternative way of advertising the lots to the community. Comment?
Friday Jul 22 | via South Florida Sun-Sentinel
WalletHub, a personal finance website, ranked the most favorable cities nationwide for new owners. Eleven cities in Palm Beach and Broward counties made the list of 300, with Sunrise ranking the highest at 95. The website said the analysis is based on 19 factors, including housing affordability, real estate taxes and crime rates. Comment?
Friday Jul 22 | via Capital Soup
There are more than 400 candidates that have qualified to run for the 160 seats in the Florida House of Representatives and Florida Senate. The Florida Realtors PAC has announced an initial list of supported candidates in these races. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via Florida Today
BDB: Cancer-y water, home sales are muy bien and an ugly fire Drinking water standards may be going down, but home sales are up. Oh, and a depressing fire in Melbourne. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via St. Petersburg Times
Tampa Bay home prices soared nearly 17 percent in June, the biggest year-over-year jump since last summer and the second highest increase of any Florida metro area. At the same time, the number of bay area sales in June showed zero change from a year ago - another sign that prices are being driven up by the extremely tight supply of available homes. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via Florida Trend
Find out which 100 companies made the cut in the eighth annual Best Companies to Work For In Florida rankings. Companies who won were selected for their policies, practices and demographics. Comment?
6 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
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1 hr ago | via AllAfrica.com
Embattled former chairman of the House Committee on Appropriation, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has struck again, this time with new revelations about how Speaker Yakubu Dogara allegedly perpetrated a massive shakedown of administrators of government agencies and multinational firms operating in the country. Mr. Jibrin raised the allegations in an email to PREMIUM TIMES on Monday evening, as tension intensified in the House of Representatives over the unfolding budget padding scandal. Comment?
12 min ago | via Live Charts
London stocks were expected to open in the black on Tuesday, rebounding from the previous session's losses. The FTSE 100 was set to open 10 points firmer than Monday's close at 6,720. Comment?
12 min ago | via Daily Mail
I bought my flat in London by myself last summer and took a two-year fixed-rate mortgage I could afford on my salary as a full-time teacher. I have just accepted a new role in another school as a head of department on a one-year maternity cover contract, starting in January 2017. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Straits Times
A lawyer who falsely certified that he had witnessed the execution of a mortgage for a home three years ago was on Tuesday fined $6,000. Kanthosamy Rajendran, 55, pleaded guilty in a district court to two charges under the Land Titles Act; he was fined $3,000 for each count. Comment?
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