Historic St. Augustine Area Council Meeting 10.14.22
Mayor-Elect Nancy Sikes-Kline Shares Vision, Priorities for St. Augustine
Why Attend:St. Augustine Mayor Elect Nancy Sikes-Kline will be speaking on a wide range of front burner issues:
The Broudy Project - this new gateway to the city at US 1 and King Street; include a 1,100-space parking garage, affordable workforce housing, a pedestrian bridge, a grocery store, a new police station and a space for public transit.
The Mobility Oriented Development Plan - this 20-year improvement plan demonstrates the cricticalimportance that St. Augustine be an easily accessible, pedestrian-friendly city with a variety of transportation and parking options designed to support the needs and enhance the experience of all who live, work, and visit here.
Quality of Nightlife Proposals - offering a vibrant nightlife, from epic live music venues such as Jazz clubs and Amphitheaters to craft beer bars and energetic nightclubs. the city commission is looking at a number of proposals to improve the downtown scene for both visitors and citizens alike.
Who Should Attend:Downtown business owners & managers and anyone living in or interested in the county's signature district.