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A Jacksonville city tree protection amendment was upheld in the First District Court of Appeals Monday, September 26, 2005, with the assis­tance and support of Jim Terrell and Wayne Hogan. The amendment gives local land devel­opers the option of not destroying protected trees, replacing trees either on the property or elsewhere or, as a last […]

Nell Johns was loved by many: her husband of more than 46 years, her two children, her grand­children and much of her Waycross, Georgia community. Tragi­cally, her life was cut short when she was exposed to deadly chemical fumes due to the negli­gence of another, resulting in her death. On January 10, 2001, a contractor […]

Dedicated and tenacious or devoted and unyielding — whichever words you choose, they fit Brown Terrell Hogan attor­neyLeslie Goller in her quest to protect residents of Jacksonville from toxic pollution and invasive odors. More than 13 years ago, while a solo practi­tioner, Leslie first became involved in an effort to prevent St. Vincent’s Hospital from […]