The Supervisor of Elections for Duval County said the Volunteer Life Saving Corps (VLSC) of Jacksonville Beach has officially met the minimum requirements to place a voter referendum on the November 8 ballot.
The VLSC collected signatures from 10% of registered Jacksonville Beach voters to get to placed on the ballot. The proposal calls for the city to give up any ownership of the historic lifeguard station and the property on which it sits and immediately let the corps resume its operations.
The petition was in support of letting voters decide whether to allow volunteer lifeguards to work in parallel
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