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Outtakes—Vindictive Politics

Outtakes—Vindictive Politics

By Rick Outzen Last week, Inweekly broke the news that former Mayor Ashton Hayward last October settled the discrimination lawsuits filed by Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe [...]

Fire Chiefs ‘Vindicated’

Fire Chiefs ‘Vindicated’

By Rick Outzen Did you hear the City of Pensacola settled the discrimination lawsuits filed by former Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe Glover for $575,000? You wouldn't be the [...]

Outtakes—Pensacola Renaissance

Outtakes—Pensacola Renaissance

By Rick Outzen Under Mayor Grover Robinson, city government and civic engagement are going through a renaissance as citizens are given unprecedented access with city officials and leaders to [...]

Outtakes—Pick a Deal

Outtakes—Pick a Deal

By Rick Outzen Pretend you are the mayor of Pensacola. You are presented two real estate deals. Which deal would you choose to support? Deal A calls for construction of a $9.4-million building [...]

Winners & Losers 4/19/18

Winners & Losers 4/19/18

Winners Ashton Hayward Judge Joel Boles dismissed with prejudice the lawsuit by Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth regarding the validity of a lease between the City of Pensacola and Florida Fish [...]

The Buzz 3/29/18

The Buzz 3/29/18

And They Marched Both kids and adults took to the streets in downtown Pensacola on Saturday, March 24 to peacefully protest for gun control legislation in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas [...]

Outtakes—Landmark Appointments

Outtakes—Landmark Appointments

By Rick Outzen On Monday, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward made history with the appointment of the first female fire chief, Battalion Chief Ginny Cranor. "Her record of accomplishments, [...]

Outtakes—City Déjà Vu

Outtakes—City Déjà Vu

By Rick Outzen The recent debate over the validity of the city's online maps and whether developers and the public can rely on them remind us of a similar debate nearly three years ago. In [...]

The Buzz 1/4/18

The Buzz 1/4/18

New Children's Hospital on Track Construction of the new Studer Family Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart is on schedule, with the new four-story facility expected to open in the spring of 2019 on [...]

Mayor Cleared, Attorneys Paid

Mayor Cleared, Attorneys Paid

By Rick Outzen Through a public request of Beggs & Lane law firm's billings to the City of Pensacola, Inweekly learned that the three-year federal bribery investigation of Mayor Ashton Hayward [...]

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

By Rick Outzen According to a poll commissioned by Inweekly, the percentage of city voters who believe the City of Pensacola is headed in the right direction has dropped 28 percent since last [...]

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