Nick Howland

Demolition ahead for old Ford Motor Company plant

Demolition ahead for old Ford Motor Company plant

The days of the old Ford Motor Co. factory are numbered and demolition is in its future. Located at 1900 Wambolt Street, the building sits near the Mathews Bridge along the St. Johns River. The factory was designed by renowned industrial architect Albert Kahn. According to the Jacksonville Historical Society (JHS), it is one of […]

Nick Howland wins special election runoff for Jacksonville City Council seat

Nick Howland wins special election runoff for Jacksonville City Council seat

Republican Nick Howland clinched the necessary number of votes to take the City Council At-Large Group 3 seat. The seat was left vacant when Tommy Hazouri, who was a former council president and mayor, died in September. The election went to a runoff in December, when none of the four candidates were able to get […]

Get out and Vote, Make it Count

Special Unitary Election for City Council slated for Feb. 22 in Duval County The Duval County Supervisor of Elections office is preparing the voting booths for the Special Unitary Election for City Council At-Large Group 3 seat vacated by the late statesmen, Mayor, School Board Member, State Representative and City Councilman, Tommy Hazouri. Following Hazouri’s […]

Runoff coming for City Council At-Large Seat

Runoff coming for City Council At-Large Seat

A runoff election will decide the next steps in the special election for the At- Large Group 3 seat for Jacksonville City Council. The seat that was vacated by the passing of former Mayor and City Councilman Tommy Hazouri in September of 2021. Nick Howland and Trayce Polson are headed for a run-off election on […]

Four Candidates Seeking To Replace Hazouri On City Council

Four Candidates Seeking To Replace Hazouri On City Council

The first Election to replace the late Tommy Hazouri on the Jacksonville City Council is set for Tuesday, December 7. It’s the At-Large Group 3 seat but all registered voters in Jacksonville are eligible to cast ballots. Democrats Trayce Polson and James “Coach” Jacobs are running along with Republicans Nick Howland and Howland Russell. All […]