Nassau County’s path to financial sustainability

Fernandina Observer For several years now, Citizens for a Better Nassau County has predicted and warned that our county’s poor fiscal planning and discipline would eventually come home to roost. While several naysayers crowed about an alleged positive financial...

If inaction is their choice, our future is bleak

Fernandina Beach News-Leader Our board of county commissioners continues to wrestle with a difficult decision: how to close a huge budget gap, largely of their own making. They cite the two hurricanes as the dominant reason, but our budget storm has been raging for a...

Prepare now to make sure your voice is heard

Fernandina Beach News-Leader To say this is a big election year is an understatement. In fact, it’s a very important cycle that could have major, far-reaching effects on our state and county’s future. Between Primary Election Day in August and General Election Day in...

A letter to the community from Citizens for a Better Nassau

Fernandina Observer To say this is a big election year is an understatement. In fact, it’s a very important cycle that could have major, far-reaching effects on our state and county’s future. Between Primary Election Day in August and General Election Day in November,...

County finances fall short

Nassau County Record  It would probably be a safe bet to say that you’ve heard a local politician boast that Nassau County “has a fully funded five-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP),” suggesting the county is able to address all of the capital investment needs of...