Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

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Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

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Honors/awards

-- Three North Florida leaders have been awarded Florida Prevention Leadership Awards for their work with children and will be recognized in the 2005 Who's Who of Prevention Leaders in Florida directory: Kathy Bowles, supervisor of health education for the Duval County School District; Pam Mullarkey, founder and executive director of Project SOS Inc.; and Andreu Powell, coordinator of intervention and prevention for Nassau County Schools.

-- The North Florida Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America recently honored five of its members for their professional and personal contributions to the public relations industry and community: Laura Link, owner of Strategy Link Communications, President's Award; Anne Dubois, partner in Dubois, Betourne and Associates, Ray Bullard Award; Sarah Dufresne, special events coordinator for the University of North Florida, Rising Star Award; Patrick McSweeney, senior account executive for St. John & Partners, Building Bridges Award; and Kara Czerniak, University of Florida student, Student Promise Award.

-- Jacksonville-based Dana B. Kenyon Co. is recognized for its construction work on the JM Lexus dealership in South Florida in the retail category of Southeast Construction Magazine's Best of 2005 Awards feature.

Moves

-- Diagnostic Cardiology PA has moved to 6867 Southpoint Drive N., Suite 111, in the Lakeside Office Complex.

-- Cardinal Logistics Inc. has relocated its third-party logistics facility to a 45,000-square-foot facility in the Westside Industrial Park.

Bankruptcies

Commercial bankruptcy cases for Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties filed Dec. 6-12, 2005, in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville division, according to the official court electronic document filing system.

CHAPTER 7

(Straight bankruptcy; assets not exempt by law are liquidated to pay creditors.)

-- Shawn Leigh Jackson, doing business as Action Paint, 7675 Las Palmas Way, Jacksonville, Fla. 32256. Case number 05-15807.

CHAPTER 13

(Adjustment of debts of an individual with a regular income.)

-- Tyreasa Stroman, doing business as First Coast Traffic School, 2054 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32202. Case number 05-15794.

Commercial transactions

Commercial real estate transactions more than $50,000 recorded in Duval County on Dec. 6-12, 2005. Addresses are in Jacksonville, unless otherwise noted.

-- Regency Lakes Development LLC purchased property on Monument Road from KLA Regency LLC, MVS Regency LLC and Regency 3 LLC for $16.57 million.

-- Gate Parkway Apartments Ltd. purchased property on J. Turner Butler Boulevard from William Cesery Jr., as trustee of the William R. Cesery Revocable Trust, for $9.68 million. …

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