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In a 7-12 vote Tuesday night, Jacksonville City Council failed to reach the 13 vote supermajority required to pass the Lot J deal. Arguably the largest taxpayer subsidized private development in Jacksonville’s history, the vote came after...
The City Council Committee of the Whole, which has been studying the Lot J deal, will meet tomorrow, Thursday, January 7, beginning at 10 a.m. with no ending time. The Committee is expected to discuss a recommendation to move the Lot J bill...
"Rigged Lot J deal" should be scrapped; City should start over
Concern over potential tax increases and negotiation fatigue drive Lot J decision deadline
In a poll released this morning, University of North Florida Public Opinion Research Lab finds that 62% of those polled oppose taxpayer support of the Lot J development, while 54% oppose the development whether supported by taxpayers or not. In...