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Welcome to the website of the Neighborhood Council of Saint Augustine.  On this website you can find out about the Council and its member Neighborhood Associations.  Under the website menu, you’ll find two sections. “Our Council” section contains information specific to our organization, as well as contact information for the Council and its officers.  In the “Our Associations” section, you can explore each of our member neighborhood associations. Each Neighborhood Association has a web page on which you’ll find a picture of the neighborhood, a calendar of its upcoming events, its purpose, its bylaws, a description of its boundaries and contact information for its officers.  We invite you to learn about our organization and to explore the special neighborhoods which make up the Neighborhood Council of Saint Augustine.

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Melinda Rakoncay,  six year Neighborhood Council President, has stepped down to run for the City Commission Featured Image

Melinda Rakoncay, six year Neighborhood Council President, has stepped down to run for the City Commission

May 19, 2022

After six years as President of the Neighborhood Council of St. Augustine, Melinda Rakoncay, in accordance with the Council’s bylaws, has resigned as President and Delegate to the Neighborhood Council to run for City Commissioner.   Melinda, a resident of the Nelmar Terrace neighborhood, was one of the founding members of the Council and has represented Nelmar Terrace since the inception of the Council in the early 2000s.  She has been tireless in her efforts to maintain the livability of the residential neighborhoods of our beautiful old town.   A primary focus of Ms. Rakoncay’s presidency has been to facilitate a better and more productive working relationship between the neighborhoods and city government and in addition to bring more public awareness to the Neighborhood Council.  Realizing that every neighborhood in the city was experiencing a degradation in livability due to eroding infrastructure, lack of parking, and increases in tourism and […]

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