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  1. DVI wants city to pay fair share of taxes to group; Boyer says don't count on itRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    Downtown Vision Inc. board member Bill Prescott, left, and executive director Jake Gordon presented the nonprofit's proposed budget to the Downtown Investment Authority. For the second straight year, Downtown Vision Inc. is asking the city to fund the nonprofit based on the value of municipal property, just as private property owners have done for 15 years.

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  2. Bundy Baking Solutions proposes Westside plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Bundy Baking Solutions, an Urbana, Ohio-based provider of industrial and commercial baking pans, coatings and other equipment, could be the city's next expansion candidate in the targeted industrial market. Bundy, through BBW LLC, owns vacant industrial land in West Jacksonville that it is considering for development of a 25,000-square-foot plant.

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  3. 50 years ago: Sheriff requests funds to hire more officersRead the original story

    Monday May 25 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Sheriff Dale Carson secured the support of West Duval business owners and a school principal in his plea to the Budget Commission for additional funds to hire more county police officers. Rick Altobellis, president of Jacksonville Tractor Co., was spokesman for a group of firms complaining of frequent break-ins and asking for additional Duval County Patrol personnel.

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  4. Lawyer snapshot: Philip S. KinneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Pets: My daughter has been begging me to let her get a dog for many years and I've always resisted. However, at the beginning of the school year, I made a bet with her that if she brought home all A's this year, I would buy her a dog.

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  5. Candidates for Jacksonville Bar Association Young Lawyers Section Board of GovernorsRead the original story

    Monday May 25 | Financial News & Daily Record

    You must vote for one candidate per seat. You may only vote one time. * To be eligible to vote, you must be members of the JBA and the YLS.

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  6. Intuition Ale Works near sports complex could open in early 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Auld & White Contractors LLC applied for a permit to renovate almost 20,000 square feet of the 929 E. Bay St. building into a craft brewery and taproom at a cost of $3.5 million. Intuition founder Ben Davis said Thursday it looks like the business will be in operation and open for retail sales in early 2016.

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  7. Mayor-elect Lenny Curry's leadership team will be led by Tom PetwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Mayor-elect Lenny Curry's leadership team for his transition into City Hall will be chaired by prominent businessman Tom Petway. Rena Coughlin and Dr. Charles Moreland are co-chairs, Sam Mousa is executive director and Susie Wiles will serve as policy director, according to a news release.

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  8. Hobby Lobby leaving Regency Park for Parkway Shops locationRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. intends to close its Regency Park store at 9400 Atlantic Blvd. when the arts and crafts chain opens its new location in the Parkway Shops in North Jacksonville. Spokesman Vincent Parker said Tuesday the Regency store's 24 jobs will be transferred to the Parkway Shops location, near River City Marketplace.

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  9. Blue Bell clears shelves; 2 Jacksonville jobs cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Blue Bell Creameries Jacksonville Branch Manager Doug Lipscomb runs the local warehouse, which has been cleared of all Blue Bell products as the company works to restart production after its products were linked to a listeria outbreak. Blue Bell Creameries cut two jobs from its West Jacksonville distribution center and emptied the warehouse freezers, delivery trucks and area store shelves of every last carton, cup, scoop and cone of ice cream.

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  10. Council races wrap-up: Brosche defeats Daniels; Hazouri, Newby, Wilson among winnersRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Financial News & Daily Record

    As she caught her breath Tuesday night following a successful first run for public office, Anna Lopez Brosche said she feels she's joining City Council at an ideal time. Brosche defeated incumbent Kimberly Daniels in the citywide At-Large Group 1 runoff.

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  11. Nonprofit news: 'Foodfight' is June 4 at EverBank FieldRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Local restaurants, beverage distributors and caterers will set the tables at 6:30 p.m. June 4 at the Touchdown East Club at EverBank Field for the 25th Jacksonville 'Foodfight.' It's an annual event that provides an opportunity to sample specialty dishes and signature cocktails while raising funds to fight hunger and support families through Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida and the Nourishment Network of regional food banks.

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  12. How Lenny Curry went from a candidate with little name recognition to defeating Mayor Alvin BrownRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Financial News & Daily Record

    By the end of the night, Curry had beaten Brown by nearly 5,300 votes in what few truly believed could have happened when his name surfaced as a possible challenger about 18 months ago. Curry's name recognition started in the low single digits, his inherent shyness made it difficult for him to work a room and he had never been a candidate for office.

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  13. Citizens Property Insurance build-out Downtown is $4MRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Downtown's EverBank Center is preparing for a $4.1 million renovation of five floors for the first phase of the Citizens Property Insurance Corp. lease. It's a big project expected to total almost $49.1 million and bring at least 1,000 jobs to the urban core.

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  14. Ken Jefferson wants Sheriff's Office to save future generations from crime and violenceRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Ken Jefferson could have been one of the kids in his generation lost to a life of violence and crime. Those who spent their lives trying, but often failing, to stay one step ahead of police.

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  15. Brown, Curry close curtain on mayoral debatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Mayor Alvin Brown and Lenny Curry shared about five hours in front of TV cameras with each other, talking about the rise of violent crime, the state of city finances, expanding the Human Rights Ordinance and more. They've grown to know each other's stances, their talking points, their evolving messages as the months have dwindled to days until Tuesday's general election.

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  16. Load King 'store in a truck' continues to growRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Jacksonville-based Load King Manufacturing Co. is a privately held company that has operated quietly for 43 years in West Jacksonville, near Downtown.

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  17. Mike Williams wants Sheriff's Office to build deeper relationships in the communityRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Financial News & Daily Record

    He watched as his training officer worked hard to gain the trust of the residents in Springfield. The officer didn't just occasionally talk to residents.

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  18. Bus tour teaches art of house flippingRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Investor Ray Cusano figured the concrete block home in Arlington Hills would need $20,000 to $25,000 in repairs to be retail-sale ready. 'It appeals to me to get in and out of a deal with the least amount of upgrades,' he said.

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  19. Nonprofit news: Davidson Realty employees swing hammers for Habitat for HumanityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Financial News & Daily Record

    From left, Gail George, Shelley Nemethy, Margherite Myers, Vicki Wilder and Erin Mount, members of the Davidson Realty team who helped build a Habitat for Humanity house in St. Augustine. Agents and staff from Davidson Realty on May 2 supported Habitat for Humanity of St. Augustine and St. Johns County by helping with the construction of a local home.

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  20. $60M Publix-anchored East San Marco project could start early next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Financial News & Daily Record

    East San Marco residents might see their neighborhood Publix Super Market under development by this time next year as part of a $60 million mixed-use project at one of the area's highest-profile sites. John Carey, managing member of Jacksonville-based Whitehall Realty Partners LLC, said Tuesday that Whitehall is under contract as the co-developer with another group, but he declined to identify it.

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