Tag: Richard Martin
Memorial Day weekend could prove deadly if advice is not heeded to prevent drownings.

A.G. GancarskiSeptember 29, 2015
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Recently, I had the pleasure of re-reading “A Quiet Revolution” by former Jacksonville Times-Union writer Richard Martin. Published soon after Consolidation in the late 1960s, the book documents how the pro-Consolidation forces overcame their opponents, most of them entrenched in one of two governmental structures: the city of Jacksonville’s city government, or Duval County’s then separate […]


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