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The Break Room

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Whether working in an office cubicle, on a factory floor or along the aisles of a retail store, time spent in the break room is usually a quiet time, away from pressure, away from work routines and often a place where co-workers can converse in a relaxed environment.  That’s the idea behind the WFCF/Flagler College Radio program, The Break Room (TBR)

Hosted by Paul K. Williamson, Public Affairs Director, the 15-minute weekly program offers a behind-the scenes look at the workings of city government through interviews with people key in the city’s day-to-day operations. TBR airs on Wednesdays at 5:00pm and is re-broadcast on Saturdays at 8:00am.

Listen to past programs:
2018 Broadcasts
2017 Broadcasts

March 2019

Wed. March 20
Sat. March 23

Mike Cullum,
Public Works Director

Coquina Ave. and Flood Mitigation: What’s next? Understanding the benefits of better flood control in the area and the creation of a passive park for the community.

Wed. March 13
Sat. March 16

Andrea White,
City Archaeologist

March is Archaeology Month: What's new in the lab? Come see for yourself! The public is invited to an open house at the end of the month.

Wed. March 6
Sat. March 9

Darlene Galambos,
City Clerk

What happens when the mayor resigns? A brief lesson in municipal government procedure.

February 2019

Wed. February 27
Sat. March 2

X Pellicer,
Mobility Coordinator

Spring parking shuttle returns: Enjoy free parking free transportation into the heart of the city during busy spring festival season

Wed. February 20
Sat. February 23

Kim Mayo,
Event and Venue Coordinator

Spring festival season: There are lots of festivals in town this time of year, but what is the city's role?

Wed. February 13
Sat. February 16

Meredith Breidenstein,
Director of Budget and Performance Management

Citizen Survey is open to the public: In case you missed it, we are re-broadcasting last month's interview.

Wed. February 6
Sat. February 9

Reuben Franklin,
Mobility Program Manager

More about the ParkStAug App: Update on how the launch of the app is going and what this new tool means for enhanced mobility services.

January 2019

Wed. January 30
Sat. February 2

Tara Bennie,
Parking Coordinator

ParkStAug mobile app launched: Parking in downtown St. Augustine just got a little easier with a simpler way to pay.

Wed. January 23
Sat. January 26

Meredith Breidenstein,
Director of Budget & Perfomance Management

Citizen's Survey is coming: What is the survey, how does it work, and how do members of the community take it?  Find out why  this is an important process and what happens to the information gathered.

Wed. January 16
Sat. January 19

Todd Grant,
Public Works Deputy Director

Resiliency, adaptation, sustainability: What do they mean, how are they related, how are they different? 

Wed. January 9
Sat. January 12

Amy Skinner,
Planning & Building Deputy Director

Comprehensive Plan 2040:  What is the Comp Plan and why do we need to update it?  Learn about the process and what areas of the city’s future will be included in the final document.

Wed. January 2
Sat. January 5

Stephen Slaughter,
Engineer

Water main project in North City: New pipes, better water pressure when the yearlong project is completed.