Tag: Hank Coxe

A.G. GancarskiJanuary 24, 2019
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Suspended Jacksonville City Councilwoman Katrina Brown awaits a trial in August on fraud charges, but not before her previous lawyer has her day in court. Attorney Darcy Galnor, a court-appointed lawyer, cited “irreconcilable differences” when exiting the Brown case. Galnor was just appointed to the Jacksonville Ethics Commission last month, a nominee of State Attorney Melissa Nelson. The Nelson tie […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 29, 2018
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Disclosure: this writer appeared in front of this task force for a “media panel.” Jacksonville’s slogan, “It’s easier here,” doesn’t extend to navigating local government or getting real information from it, according to a group of community leaders assembled by former City Council President Anna Brosche. In its final report, the Jacksonville City Council Task Force […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 10, 2018
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Jacksonville City Council President Anna Brosche kicked off an “open government task force” Tuesday, with a conclave of community leaders exploring the concept of transparency. Featuring a host of characters ranging from co-chairs Hank Coxe and Sherry Magill to politicians Audrey Moran and Jim Overton to former Florida Times-Union columnist Ron Littlepage, the group will “undertake an in-depth review of Jacksonville’s legislative process and the […]

Jim RosicaMarch 20, 2018
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A proposed constitutional amendment to give equal rights to crime victims won preliminary approval from the full Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) on Monday. Commissioners voted 30-3 to send the measure (P96) to the panel’s Style and Drafting Committee for preparation as a ballot question. Hank Coxe, Arthenia Joyner and Bob Solari voted against it. The proposal still faces a final […]

Jim RosicaMarch 19, 2018
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A plan to close what’s known as Florida’s “write-in loophole” won a preliminary OK from the Constitution Revision Commission on Monday. Commissioners voted 21-12 to send the proposal (P11) to the body’s Style and Drafting Committee for preparation as a ballot question. The proposal would still face a final vote afterward. Commissioner Sherry Plymale, who filed the measure, said the […]

Drew WilsonFebruary 2, 2018
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The Constitution Revision Commission‘s Rules committee set a site for their Southwest Florida public hearing and floated a mid-March session start date during a brief meeting Thursday evening. The committee said the public hearing for the Southwest Florida region would be held at the Westin Resort in Cape Coral, which was the final unknown on […]


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