2012 August 10th
8/10/2012 headlines...
First day of budget review produces $7.2M hole
The Salty Fig restaurant takes root in Riverside
Bean, Weinstein locked in nasty campaign
Zimmerman will try ‘stand your ground’ defense
Development today
Real Estate Sale of the Day
Jaguars make changes to improve fan experience at EverBank

City Notes


• James Taylor Vinson Clothiers, a Jacksonville-based custom clothier, hired Katie Hirschman as a sales coordinator. Her duties include business development and merchandising for JT Vinson. A Jacksonville native, Hirschman graduated from Florida State College at Jacksonville with an associate of arts degree in fashion merchandising.

• Jacksonville-based Advanced Disposal is considering up to four locations for its headquarters — Jacksonville, Atlanta, Charlotte and Milwaukee, according to Chief Marketing Officer Mary O’Brien. “Due to negotiations and confidentiality requirements with various entities, we are not in a position to further discuss the status or next steps in regards to choosing a national headquarters location,” she said in a statement. The company will be the largest privately owned environmental services business in the United States as a result of a recently announced deal that is subject to regulatory approvals and is expected to close this fall.

• Plans for the 130-unit Deerwood Lake Lofts have been under review by the City. The 86 one-bedroom and 44 two-bedroom units are designed with a clubhouse, pool and courtyard area on 5.8 acres at 4360 Deerwood Lake Parkway. Plans were prepared for Inland Diversified Real Estate Trust Inc. of Oak Brook, Ill.

• In more apartment news, construction was approved for the 330-unit Palmetto at Oakleaf Plantation. The FaverGray Co. is the contractor for the 14 apartment buildings, 10 garages and amenities, totaling a construction cost of almost $16.4 million.
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