The Anastasia Mosquito Control District will conduct an aerial spray throughout St. Johns County to combat the outbreak of mosquitoes due to Hurricane Matthew and local flooding, 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19. The spray area will include Flagler Estates, Armstrong, Nocatee, St. Johns, St. Augustine, and West Augustine. Please remain indoors along with all pets during this time.
By Pastor Wayne Bauer
Faith Community Church would like to extend our sincere gratitude to our community for the outpouring of support for the residents of St. Francis House after Hurricane Matthew. The residents of the transitional and family housing at St. Francis House evacuated to hurricane shelters with only three days worth of supplies in-hand. When the Hurricane shelters closed, these families and individuals could not return to St. Francis House because of significant damage, so they moved into Faith Community Church on Sunday Oct. 9.
Photo courtesy Kelly Zeigler
St. Johns County construction and repair permitting information for residents affected by Hurricane Matthew
By NewsLine Staff
As St. Johns County continues with post-Hurricane Matthew recovery, the St. Johns County Building Department is providing permitting information for residents who require home repairs due to the storm.
Be advised there is a potential for unlicensed, uninsured individuals to offer construction repair services without competence or expertise. These individuals cannot legally secure permits, which are essential to document the repairs for various entities and often do not fulfill agreements and/or contracts.
By NewsLine Staff
St. Johns County has begun clean-up on the county’s 42 miles of coastline in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. Debris removal, planning and operations are underway for all county beaches, including Ponte Vedra Beach, South Ponte Vedra Beach, Vilano Beach, St. Augustine Beach, Butler Beach, Crescent Beach and Summer Haven.