Transparency, Integrity and Accountability

Mark Your Calendar: Thursday, January 7th

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Mark your calendars for Thursday, January 7th when the City Council will meet as a Committee of the Whole to vote on the rigged Lot J deal. If ten members vote yes, the Council will vote again at its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 12th. That final vote will require 13 votes for approval.

We have a short time to make a difference, not only in the outcome of the votes, but also in the future of Jacksonville. Contact council members now and urge them to vote against Lot J. Tell them to start over!

District 1: Joyce Morgan
​Phone: (904) 255-5201

District 2: Al Ferraro
Phone: (904) 255-5202

District 3: Aaron L. Bowman
Phone: (904) 255-5203

District 4: Kevin Carrico
Phone: (904) 255-5204

District 5: LeAnna Cumber
Phone: (904) 255-5205

District 6: Michael Boylan
Phone: (904) 255-5206

District 7: Reggie Gaffney
Phone: (904) 255-5207

District 8: Ju’Coby Pittman
Phone: (904) 255-5208

District 9: Garrett L. Dennis
Phone: (904) 255-5209

District 10: Brenda Priestly Jackson
Phone: (904) 255-5210

District 11: Danny Becton
Phone: (904) 255-5211

District 12: Randy White
Phone: (904) 255-5212

District 13: Rory Diamond
Phone: (904) 255-5213

District 14: Randy DeFoor
Phone: (904) 255-5214

Group 1: Terrance Freeman
Phone: (904) 255-5215

Group 2: Ronald B. Salem
Phone: (904) 255-5216

Group 3: Tommy Hazouri
Phone: (904) 255-5217

Group 4: Matt Carlucci
Phone: (904) 255-5218

Group 5: Samuel Newby
Phone: (904) 255-5219

Below is a link to a guest column written by OurJax which appeared in the Sunday edition of the Florida Times-Union. It tells you all you need to know: That the Lot J deal is not equitable and not good for Jacksonville taxpayers.

Thanks for your support in creating a government culture that embraces Integrity, Transparency, and Accountability.

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