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Better Sidewalks Coming

Better Sidewalks Coming

y Rick Outzen On his last day in office, Mayor Ashton Hayward released the results of the 2018 Resident Satisfaction Survey conducted by the University of West Florida Haas Center. Most of the [...]

The Buzz 1/10/19

The Buzz 1/10/19

Monumental Steps Recently, State Rep. Mike Hill, who represents the Panhandle area, proposed a bill—House Bill 97—that would prohibit local governments from taking down monuments, including those [...]

Maybe It’s Time to Think About Your Drinking?

Maybe It’s Time to Think About Your Drinking?

By Sarah Mc Wilson It’s a question raised by local author Trish Taylor as part of the title of her new book, “I’m Never Drinking Again: Maybe It’s Time to Think About Your Drinking?” [...]

County to Fix Civil Rights Agency

County to Fix Civil Rights Agency

By Duwayne Escobedo Escambia County Commission Chairman Lumon May came up with a plan to salvage the poorly run Escambia-Pensacola Human Relations Commission. “In the African-American [...]

The Buzz 1/3/19

The Buzz 1/3/19

Port Turnaround Mayor Grover Robinson visited the port in mid-December, meeting with staff and touring the facility. He came away impressed. “I tell you, some amazing things are going on out [...]

Meet Chris Holley

Meet Chris Holley

By Jeremy Morrison Newly hired Pensacola City Administrator Chris Holley isn’t any good at retirement. This isn’t the first time he’s gotten back to work after stepping away to enjoy his [...]

CivicCon, An Education

CivicCon, An Education

By Jeremy Morrison Throughout 2018, Pensacola has been given an education of sorts, an education on planning and culture, an education, really, on how to think about things. Christian Wagley, [...]

The Buzz 12/27/18

The Buzz 12/27/18

‘An Incredible Honor’ After more than four decades of public service, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) delivered his farewell remarks on the Senate floor on Wednesday, Dec. 12. “Grace and I [...]

Searching for Solutions

Searching for Solutions

By Jeremy Morrison James and J.W. sit on the sidewalk at the corner of Cervantes and Ninth Avenue, their bags and bikes leaned against a signpost. Both find themselves currently homeless and are [...]

The Buzz 12/20/18

The Buzz 12/20/18

Beach Lease Fees Examined At the Committee of the Whole last week, Escambia County District 1 Commissioner Jeff Bergosh made a presentation showing the Beach Club Towers and Emerald Isle condominium [...]

Changing the City’s Culture

Changing the City’s Culture

By Jeremy Morrison The gears within Pensacola City Hall are constantly churning. Sometimes, such as when communication breakdowns between the executive and legislative branches of city government [...]

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