PSJ Commission passes e-cigarette ordinance

Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 10:00 AM.

Magidson said he had spoken with local vendors to see who might be willing to sell them locally and received a positive response from vendors Half Hitch and Bluewater Outriggers.

Final details on fees and usage restrictions would be worked out at a workshop to be held at 5 p.m. on April 29.

“We’re pretty close to coming up with a plan,” said Thursbay. “Going (into the workshop) we’ll have some kinks to work out.”

Commissioners invited merchants and charter captains to the meetings to share their thoughts and reminded those in attendance that the fees go toward maintenance of the boat ramps.

Hope Center

Rev. Joe Atkinson and Matt Scoggins, owner of Five Star Collision, spoke to commissioners regarding the Gulf Coast Hope Center in Port St. Joe.

Atkinson announced that the facility, which provides food and clothing to those in need, was no longer affiliated with the Panama City Rescue Mission and was being operated by local residents.

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