Nassau County, Rayonier, & The Wildlight Project

It looked like a perfect solution. A mammoth, mixed-use development would be built to inject energy into a flagging Nassau County economy like a vitamin B-12 shot.

A harsh economic recession was ending. And county officials were searching for an economic boost. That was 10 years ago.

Nassau County Beaches: Public or Private Property?

A sand storm of controversy is engulfing parts of Nassau County beaches. Most notably, the dry part. The controversy has erupted from a state edict over who owns Florida beaches outside the high-water mark. More specifically, the predominantly thick sand that remains dry – out of the ocean’s reach. And the issue is whether it is public, or private, property. While... Continue Reading →

The Recent Stock Market Correction

When does too much good news in the economy become bad news for the financial markets?           The answer came a couple Fridays ago. The latest report on jobs, unemployment and wages was hotter than a summer in Orlando. And U.S. stocks tanked.           The reason: fears of inflation. This comprises rising prices, costs, etc.... Continue Reading →

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