JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Shortly after refusing to go under oath to address a special City Council committee that is looking into the possible sale of JEA, the mayor's chief administrative officer responded by email. Both city Chief Administrative Officer Sam Mousa and JEA CEO Paul McElroy refused to be sworn in at Thursday's meeting of the special committee that's weighing the pros and cons of privatizing the city-owned utility.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Pedestrian bridges can be found around Jacksonville, and one that's under construction was re-inspected following the collapse Thursday in Miami. The walkway still being built is in San Marco at the Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center. The project manager, Stacy Ferguson, told News4Jax the bridge will be safe and is being constructed with structural steel. "It's a traditional system; it's been in use for 30 plus years," Ferguson said. "It's engineering that's not new.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry told JEA employees Thursday that he has not taken any stance on the proposed sale of the utility. In a letter that went to all JEA employees the mayor wrote, "I have never stated opposition or support, in public or private, for privatizing JEA or any other asset of the people of this city." The mayor says he will continue to seek the current valuation of JEA.
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