This Week in History 7/4/19

Clay Today
Posted 7/3/19

Five years ago, 2014Clay County of County Commissioners voted 3-0 to lift a $64,000 lien from the property located at 5950 Plantation Court in Keystone Heights. An internal investigation aimed at …

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This Week in History 7/4/19

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Five years ago, 2014

Clay County of County Commissioners voted 3-0 to lift a $64,000 lien from the property located at 5950 Plantation Court in Keystone Heights.

An internal investigation aimed at finding out how the Clay County Sheriff Office could arrest the wrong women twice in five months ended with four suspensions and a set of new procedures at the agency.

Liberty University senior Jacob Hagen, a 2010 Orange Park High graduate, and senior teammate Nick Sigmon were honored with the 2014 Sports Network FCS Preseason All-American teams with both players earning a second-term selection.

10 years ago, 2009

Orange Park police have no leads in an investigation on a “professional” burglary at Kingsley Jewelry.

Clay Pal Bandits win first ever district title.

Tanglewood T-Ball team advances to world series.

20 years ago, 1999

Clay County Sheriff Scott Lancaster told the county Budget, and Personnel Committee that he was preparing an application for a $16 million grant and was seeking Board of County Commissioners support.

Parks and Recreation Director Jack Brooker said boaters should be able to use the new ramps at Knight Park Hwy. 17 at Black Creek in about six weeks.

Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar opened in Orange park on Blanding Boulevard, and heats things up for peoples taste buds.

30 years ago, 1989

After opening an office U.S Sen. Connie Mack was welcomed to Clay County with a Barbeque at the Bayard ranch of J.P Hall Jr.

In a meeting the Clay County Commissions rezoned Spring Creek Apartments with a vote of 4-1.

Orange Park Library Expansion plans approved by Board of County Commissioners.

40 years ago, 1979

Electric rates increase again and will once more hit Green Cove Springs electric customers.

Dale Mandrell gets his old job back at the electric department after being shifted to Green Cove Springs sweeper and the street department.

Five hundred million of the new Susan Anthony dollar coins were distributed.

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