Tag: Ron Littlepage

A.G. GancarskiNovember 19, 2018

Only a couple of days of Jacksonville City Council committee meetings stand between the people running local government and the trappings of Thanksgiving. Soon enough, ovens and stoves will be in “go” mode. Yet already heating up: Rhetoric around the mayoral race, qualifying for which begins the week after Epiphany (Jan. 7-11). The Florida Times-Union […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 7, 2018

Jacksonville’s Task Force on Open Government is slated to wrap up this month and one member — former Florida Times-Union columnist Ron Littlepage — offered a statement this week saying that when it came to open government, the city’s practices left something to be desired. “We’ve heard members of the [Lenny Curry] administration say they are following the law […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 10, 2018

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 […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 6, 2015

Whispers prior to Tuesday’s Jacksonville City Council Rules Committee meeting predicted a council member or two might say something about the wave of board and commission replacement appointments that dominated the agenda. Planning Commission Chairwoman Lisa King, whose replacement by Donald Adkison was on the agenda for the second reading, was in the house. So was […]

A.G. GancarskiJuly 17, 2015

Florida Politics has covered the Lenny Curry transition subcommittees as thoroughly as any Jacksonville outlet, and as we review the subcommittee reports (in draft form), a holistic vision is emerging in both the budget early-stage actions by Curry and the organizational structure. The A Safer Jacksonville subcommittee recommended new fire stations and some relocations of fire stations […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 16, 2015

The latest in a series of Jax Transition Budget Review blogs for the Jacksonville Aviation Authority and Jacksonville Port Authority. 10:26: Sam Mousa just kvetched to Ron Littlepage about the library budget. “They have $1.5M. They need to spend what they’ve got.” 10:30: Mousa seems to want this to be a quick meeting. Library running 30 minutes over is […]


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