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Hair salon closes in Flagler Beach, opens in Palm Coast

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Also in the Observer: PCD awarded National Wildlife Federation contract; Awards; New hires.
by: Ray Boone Sports Editor

Janet Scott has lived in Flagler County for almost 60 years. She was previously the owner of the Flagler Beach-based The Glass Ceiling Hair Salon, which she decided to close down in July after five years of business.

But in late August, The Glass Ceiling Hair Salon was issued an occupancy permit for its new location at 55 Plaza Drive, Unit D4, in Palm Coast. 

The salon offers all organic products, and salon hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Later times are available by appointment only. Scott said the salon has been able to pick up lots of new clients since the move.

"It was disappointing. But coming over here as been a blessing," she said. "It's been absolutely phenomenal since we've moved out here."

PCD awarded National Wildlife Federation contract

Palm Coast Data added the National Wildlife Federation to its client roster, according to a news release. The Virginia-based non-profit publishes eight Ranger Rick titles for children and the National Wildlife magazine for National Wildlife Federation members, totaling over 1 million subscribers.

As part of the multi-year, full-service agreement, the National Wildlife Federation will use several of Palm
Coast Data’s services, including web solutions, business intelligence reporting, transaction processing, customer service and more.

Jack Corbett. Photo courtesy of Rose Leonardi

Awards

  • Jack Corbett, a specialist in residential real estate with Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, was named the "Top Producing Agent" for August 2018.

     

    Jonita McCree. Photo courtesy of Rose Leonardi
  • Jonita McCree, a specialist in residential real estate with Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, was named the "Top Sales Agent" for August 2018. 

     

New hires

  • The city commission began the next chapter in its 105-year history when they unanimously approved a contract with Dr. Alvin B. Jackson Jr. to be the next City Manager for the city of Bunnell. Dr. Jackson starts his
    tenure on Oct. 1, which is the start of the city’s fiscal year.

 

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