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An effort to split the historic Riverside and Avondale neighborhoods, which sparked frustration from residents who said the neighborhoods should be kept together, died Tuesday before it had even fully started.
Jacksonville’s City Council is on the verge of approving a redistricting plan that will continue the current map’s heavy bias favoring local Republicans.
The Florida Legislature’s dedicated redistricting website launched this week, which kicks off the ability for the public — and paid consultants — to submit their own map proposals.
The Florida state Sen. Ray Rodrigues kicked off this redistricting cycle with an important admission: The Florida Legislature messed up last time, and legislators can’t allow that to happen again.
‘The fix is in for Jason Teal’: How Jacksonville’s general counsel search almost ended before it started
The Jacksonville committee tasked with vetting a new general counsel, one of the city’s most powerful positions, agreed Tuesday to conduct a two-week job search after City Council members said the committee’s plans to coronate the mayor’s preferred pick would violate the integrity of the process.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office regularly charges thousands of dollars before it will release videos from police shootings, a severe barrier to access for those who can’t afford it, according to the agency’s responses to records requests by The Tributary.