Thursday, December 04, 2014

Ex-Mayor Boles Still on City Website Three Days After Mayor Shaver Sworn In!

UPDATE: Ex-Mayor BOLES pic is now FINALLY down, but still no contact information or biographies of Mayor Shaver, Vice Mayor Horvath and Commissioners Freeman, Sikes-Kline and Neville -- only City Manager number and general city E-mail addresses listed as of 7:36 PM EST on 12/4/2014.

What do you reckon? City Hall denizens have not graciously accepted our New Mayor, Nancy Shaver. As of 1:17 PM on December 4, 2014, four-term rejected Mayor Boles is still listed and pictured as Mayor on the City's website, and he actually appeared on the City's Flagler COllege radio program last night.

Members of the City of St. Augustine Commission are (left to right), Commissioner Roxanne Horvath,
Vice Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline, Mayor Joe Boles, Commissioner Leanna Freeman, and Commissioner Don Crichlow.

The St. Augustine City Commission
The St. Augustine City Commission is the elected governing body of the city. Of the five commissioners, four serve 4-year terms, and one serves a 2-year term as Mayor. Every two years, city elections are held for two of the 4-year seats and the 2-year Mayor's seat.

The Mayor of St. Augustine is the official head of the city government and presides at all commission meetings and other official city functions. To see a list of past mayors since 1821, click here.

The St. Augustine City Commission meets at 5 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month in The Alcazar Room, City Hall, 75 King St. For a list of meeting dates and related meeting materials, click here.

Contact the City Commission
Mail: P. O. Box 210 (75 King Street), St. Augustine, FL 32085-0210
Phn: 904.825.1006
Fax: 904.825.1096

Members of the St. Augustine City Commission

Joe Boles
Seat Three - Two year term expires December 2014
Mail: 19 Riberia St., St. Augustine, FL 32084
Phn: 904.824.4278
Commissioner Boles, a native of North Carolina, moved to St. Augustine with his parents in 1967. A graduate of St. Augustine High School, he attended the University of Florida where he obtained a Bachelor of Design and Advertising degree and a law degree. He commenced his law was admitted to practice in 1984, and his areas of interest are elder law, asset protection, estates and trusts, business law and family law. Mr. Boles served as chairman of the city’s Planning and Zoning Board during the development of the city’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan and currently serves on the boards of the St. Johns County Council on Aging, St. Johns County Welfare Federation and the Buckingham Smith Benevolent Association.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

To be fair, neither is Todd Neville. I believe Neville is collateral damage in all this.

This is what we have come to expect from Boles and his ilk. To confirm what we know is his SOP. It might come as a surprise to his weeping puppets.

You were beat fair and square by 119 votes. The citizens have spoken.

City of St. Augustine, Mr. Slavin asks another excellent question. Why has it not undated its own website? It should have been up and ready on December 1.

Everyday that passes as is, is a discredit to City Manager John Regan and those who work for him, as well as the three lady commissioners.

Mayor Shaver and Commissioner Neville, we who voted in the election know your rightful places. We hope the city can catch up with you and us very soon.