Tag: Michael Munz

A.G. GancarskiJune 13, 2018

On Tuesday evening, the Jacksonville City Council approved incentives for The District, a 30-acre Southbank development on the site of the former JEA Southside Generating Station. As part of that deal, developers Peter Rummell and Michael Munz have a deal via their Elements Development to buy the land for $18.6 million from the JEA Board. JEA interim CEO Aaron Zahn, in […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 12, 2018

On Tuesday, the full Jacksonville City Council approved an ambitious plan, one laden with incentives, put forth by two local power brokers, Peter Rummell and Michael Munz, who are seeking to develop a fallow Southbank property. And that’s fine with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, who told media Tuesday the Council should pass the bill authorizing city incentives for the […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 4, 2018

On Monday, Jacksonville City Council’s Neighborhoods, Community Services, Public Health and Safety committee greenlit the ‘District‘ development plan. That said, the bill did not pass without considerable discussion and consternation among myriad members of the panel before the 5-1 vote The bill (2018-313) could transform the Southbank with its radical redevelopment of 30 acres at the […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 30, 2018

The District, proposed by developers and political influencers Peter Rummell and Michael Munz, is headed this month to Jacksonville City Council for approval. Some members have questioned the lavish incentives (a $30 million capital improvement plan and a Rev Grant for 75 percent for up to 22 years capped at $56 million). Now, Empower Jacksonville, a religious right […]

A.G. GancarskiAugust 28, 2017

In Jacksonville’s House District 15, lawyer Wyman Duggan is making all the right moves in his bid to replace Rep. Jay Fant. The latest big reveal from the Jacksonville Republican: some of Jacksonville’s best and brightest — and most well-heeled — on his campaign finance committee. Co-chairing the committee: Jacksonville Republican legend John Falconetti (instrumental in getting Duggan to […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 17, 2016

The race in Jacksonville’s House District 13 has been an oddity since April, when then-incumbent Reggie Fullwood was indicted on federal fraud charges. At first, Fullwood maintained his innocence, beating Tracie Davis and others in the Democratic primary before pleading guilty to two charges, renouncing his candidacy, and resigning his seat. The Duval Democrats chose Davis to replace […]

Melissa RossMay 9, 2016

Yes, the field is set for the 2016 PLAYERS Championship, and for golf fans, the names on that list are very important. But it’s the game that’s played OFF the putting green that matters most this week for business and political heavyweights across Northeast Florida. As the ultimate see-and-be-seen-slash-networking event, the PLAYERS is a must-attend affair […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 28, 2016

By all accounts, GOP U.S. Senate candidate Todd Wilcox’s Wednesday “friend raiser” in Jacksonville at the home of Peter Rummell was a success. Fifty of what are being called “important conservatives and Republican power brokers in Northeast Florida” were on hand, including Michael Munz, Marty Fiorentino, Husein Cumber, Steve Halverson, Rick Morales, Jason Fischer, and Neal Freeman, a contributor to NationalReview.com. Wilcox talked about his campaign platform: national security, […]


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