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More Efficient BCC Meetings

More Efficient BCC Meetings

By Duwayne Escobedo The newest version of the Escambia County Commission put on a how-to clinic for families on how to talk out difficult issues and remain friends afterward. In their first [...]

The Buzz 12/13/18

The Buzz 12/13/18

Styrofoam-Free City Hall? Pensacola may be taking a small, simple, somewhat symbolic step onto a greener path. Members of the city’s Environmental Advisory Board unanimously passed a motion last [...]

The Demolish or Salvage Debate

The Demolish or Salvage Debate

By Jeremy Morrison The brick-arched facade fronting Garden Street appears to be a gateway to another time, maybe back to the 1940s, when the old school administration building was built next door, [...]

Transition Team Digs In

Transition Team Digs In

By Jeremy Morrison It didn’t take long for Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson to get down to business. Within hours of being sworn into office, the new mayor’s transition team was already knee [...]

May Assumes the Chair

May Assumes the Chair

By Duwayne Escobedo This past year, Lumon May worried about more than serving Escambia County District 3 as its county commissioner. His mother, Mary, underwent heart surgery. However, her surgery [...]

What’s Next for the Greyhounds

What’s Next for the Greyhounds

By Sydney Robinson With Sea World ending their killer whale program, Barnum and Bailey retiring their elephant acts and now Florida banning greyhound racing, it’s becoming clear that the public [...]

The Buzz 12/6/18

The Buzz 12/6/18

Bicycle Master Plan The architectural renderings are pretty, but at this point, they are only the hopes of cycling enthusiasts and Complete Street wonks. “This is obviously nothing official,” [...]

The Charter School Shell Game

The Charter School Shell Game

By Duwayne Escobedo Marcus May’s greed had no limits. Two 45-foot yachts. Jet ski. Maserati and Triumph cars. Multiple houses for himself and a house for his mother. Exotic trips. Rolex watch [...]

The Buzz 11/28/18

The Buzz 11/28/18

New County Commission Escambia County Commissioners Doug Underhill and Robert Bender were sworn into office on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Underhill will be representing District 2 for a second term. “In [...]

Pensacola’s New Teammates

Pensacola’s New Teammates

By Jeremy Morrison Next week, the composition of city government will change in Pensacola when two new city council members and a new mayor will be sworn in. In the Nov. 6 city elections, [...]

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