This Week in History 6/20/19

Clay Today
Posted 6/19/19

Five years ago, 2014New evacuation zones unveiled at The Northeast Florida Regional Council meeting affect Clay residents.The Independent Living Resource Center opened their first-ever location in …

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This Week in History 6/20/19

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Five years ago, 2014

New evacuation zones unveiled at The Northeast Florida Regional Council meeting affect Clay residents.

The Independent Living Resource Center opened their first-ever location in Clay county making it easier for people with disabilities to get help.

Florida Falcons are perfect with a 45-0 win against the South Carolina Bulls.

10 years ago, 2009

Clay County Fire Chief Frank Ennist resigned from amid accusation about working with “another entity”.

Rally about young Hispanics who have limited English raises awareness for drug and alcohol prevention programs.

The Clay County Health Department issued a mosquito warning after three horses tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, mosquito-borne viral disease.

20 years ago, 1999

Plans to expand existing and build future subdivisions ties Lake Asbury to Blanding Boulevard.

“Walk Under the Stars to Find a Cure” sponsored by Clay County American cancer Society was held at Middleburg High and allowed for Clay’s community to help wage war against cancer.

Sun Tire founder, Richard D. Erickson recognized for supporting Clay County Sharif’s Office Explorers Program.

30 years ago, 1989

Paul C. Armstrong, a Clay County developer and a former chairman of Clay County Authority dies while working on his property at age 58.

The Board of Directors of the Clay County Committee of 100 held its annual luncheon meeting to recognize contributors for the DevCom Building.

The Turnpike expansion bill fails in The House of Highway Safety and Construction.

40 years ago, 1979

Founders of the Garden Club presents an original oil painting at the Green Cove Springs Library.

Commissioner Leamon Johns moved that City Manager Bill Snow be allowed to resign, but motioned failed on a tie of 2-2

The Green Cove Springs investigation on using city funds and charges on using city equipment on private property continues.

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