…about the author.

I am a native Amelia Islander. This blog began as a way to write about a specific environmental concern and find an outlet for, I hope, positive ideas. Eventually the topics became more varied and cover anything from a new restaurant, to tax incentives for green construction.

Thanks for reading!

Edward E. Boner

  • First Bank South and City of Fernandina Beach continue South 14th and Lime mediation
    Submitted by Susan Hardee Steger September 1, 2014 On August 28 after four hours of mediation attorneys for First South National Bank and the City of Fernandina Beach failed to reach an agreement on a property dispute regarding a City … Continue reading →
  • Amelia Island revealed . . .
    Submitted by Sandra Baker Hinton August 31, 2014 1:00 a.m. Editor’s Note: This photo of the Golden Orb spider was taken on Sandra’s route to the beach for her turtle patrol duties. According to Sandra, the spiders have numerous webs … Continue reading →
  • Port of Fernandina – Both a vision and a challenge – An opinion
    An opinion submitted by Gene Alley August 29, 2014 12:17 p.m. The Subcommittee of the Fernandina Beach Planning Advisory Board (PAB) has conducted a series of public meetings to solicit comment both from the public and the Ocean Highway and … Continue reading →
  • FSCJ Center for Lifelong Learning Classes announced for fall 2014
    Submitted Press Release August 28, 2014 4:24 p.m. Registration for the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) Center for Lifelong Learning Fall 2014 classes is now open. The fall term classes cover a variety of subjects including languages, computers, cameras, … Continue reading →
  • Pet Therapy in Fernandina Beach . . .
    Submitted by Gerry Clare Roving Reporter August 28, 2014 4:07 p.m. As I was visiting friends at Quality Health last week, I was met with a happy scene on the porch. Susan Haney and “Jingles” were meeting Renata and John … Continue reading →
  • Amelia Island Blues Festival 2014 headliners
    Press Release Submitted by Amelia Island Blues Festival Submitted by Jeff Malone August 28, 2014 3:25 p.m. The Amelia Island Blues Festival returns back to the ocean breezes of Main Beach on September 12th and 13th for two great days … Continue reading →
  • Science First grows assets – More jobs for Nassau County
    Press Release submitted by Science First www.sciencefirst.com August 28, 2014 6:52 a.m. “Science First, a Yulee manufacturer of science education equipment and other products, announces the acquisition of some assets of The Science Source of Waldoboro, Maine, a manufacturer of … Continue reading →
  • Nassau County Primary Election recap – Kelley-Spicer celebrate
    Submitted by Susan Hardee Steger August 27, 2014 5:21 p.m. Nassau County Commissioner Steve Kelley and future Commissioner George Spicer gathered supporters at the Kelley Pest Control warehouse to wait election results and both candidates had reason to celebrate.  Having … Continue reading →
  • PAB subcommittee concludes meetings on Port Master Plan
    Submitted by Suanne Z. Thamm Reporter – News Analyst August 27, 2014 3:31 p.m. At 4:30 p.m. on August 26, 2014, Chair Len Kreger gaveled to a close the third and final meeting of the Fernandina Beach Planning Advisory Board … Continue reading →
  • Memorial Service for Father Neil Gray to be held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
    August 27, 2014 10:00 a.m. The Rev. Neil Irvin Gray 1918 – 2014 A memorial service to celebrate and give thanks for Father Gray’s life and ministry will be held Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Peter’s … Continue reading →
  • Nassau County Leader in Science Education Expands
    Nancy Bell, President of Science First, is pleased to announce that on August 4, 2014, her company purchased some of the assets of The Science Source, a manufacturer of science education equipment located in Waldoboro, Maine. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Inventory and assets were moved immediately to Science First’s facility in Yulee, … Continue rea
    Mention the name “Dora” in Northeast Florida and it conjures thoughts of the hurricane that directly hit the Jacksonville area 50 years ago.  While Florida has been fortunate in escaping a direct hit for the past 9 years, Nassau County isn’t resting on its laurels. Many people can still vividly remember the images of New … Continue reading »
  • FSCJ-Nassau Cardiovascular Technology Students Support Wolfsons Childrens
    The Cardiovascular Technology Program at Florida State College of Jacksonville, Nassau Campus (FSCJ-Nassau) is participating in “Christmas in July” sponsored by Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Around Christmas, there is an abundance of gift donations for the children at Wolfson Children’s Hospital, but in the summer, those supplies diminish. Gifts (whether larg
  • Nassau County Schools Earn Top Ratings
    On Friday, the Florida Department of Education released preliminary letter grades for school districts through the state. Elementary and middles schools are included in the ranking. High school scores will be released later this year as their scores are calculated according to a state formula including FCAT scores, graduation rates and student scores on Adva
  • Nassau County Leads State of Florida in FCAT Scores
    Nassau County is one of five Florida districts that improved in all seven assessment areas, leading by a 6 percent increase in eighth grade science, 4 percent increase in fifth grade science and up 3 percent in both grades 3 – 5 and 6 – 8 math. According to a Florida Department of Education report … Continue reading »
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) to Host Manufacturing/Energy Summer Camp
    Students in grades 9 – 11 are encouraged to register for this exciting summer camp, which will introduce young students to manufacturing and technologies that will help make the world greener.  Students will perform several green-utilizing projects to include air, water and energy to help build their understanding of how things work.  After each lesson, … Co
    By Adrienne Burke, City of Fernandina Beach The City is looking for opinions on the future of 8th Street. The City’s Comprehensive Plan directs review of the commercial corridors within the City – 8th Street/Downtown, 14th Street, Sadler Road, and the Main Beach/Seaside Park areas. In addition, the Economic Development Element of the Comprehensive Plan … Con
  • The economic times, they are a-changin’
    Fernandina Observer reporter, Suanne Z. Thamm, takes an objective look at the presentation given to Fernandina Beach Commissioners by NCEDB Executive Director, Steve Rieck.
  • FSCJ receives first approval for Logistics bachelor degree
    Next step: SACS Commission on Colleges review and approval; anticipated program roll-out Fall 2014.
  • dtw Research Inc thankful for no snow days
    "With all that snow NJ is getting I am so glad to be in Florida." - Pam Statile, President - dtw Research, Inc.

Just my view on the way to lunch…


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