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3-1-1 Service to the Rescue

3-1-1 Service to the Rescue

By Duwayne Escobedo Brian Spencer is one of the biggest proponents of Pensacola’s 3-1-1 service to report non-emergency problems, such as a darkened streetlight, car-jarring potholes or repairs [...]

Outtakes—Infrastructure: the Best Incentive

Outtakes—Infrastructure: the Best Incentive

Downtown Pensacola has had a renaissance since the Community Maritime Park was completed. The private sector has invested in Palafox Street, and another $100-millions worth of projects is being [...]

Future of Downtown Parking

Future of Downtown Parking

By Rick Outzen The City of Pensacola is working on a parking solution for downtown. While some might question the need, several parking lots have or will be taken away in the near future as [...]

Downtown Housing: Reality or Pipedream?

Downtown Housing: Reality or Pipedream?

By Rick Outzen “The density of residential housing downtown—perhaps more than any other factor—spurs the development of a vibrant, safe, and healthy city.” —URAC Final Report, [...]

Who Gets What At The Pump

Who Gets What At The Pump

By Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola has dodged a million-dollar punch to the gut. For now, anyway. Officials in Escambia County recently extended for 10 years the Local Option Gas Tax, [...]

Winners & Losers 9/3/15

Winners & Losers 9/3/15

Winner Peter Nowak The Pensacola businessman is funding “Officer Ernie,” an interactive educational tool that encourages children, ages four to eight, to pursue reading opportunities. Officer [...]

Outtakes—Tough Month

Outtakes—Tough Month

The last month has been a painful one for Mayor Ashton Hayward. An optimist would say some difficult lessons were learned, and Pensacola city government will be better for it. The pessimist waits for [...]

Outtakes—Planning Miscues

Outtakes—Planning Miscues

Something is amiss with the planning department at the City of Pensacola. Since the first of the year, our newspaper has received complaints about how the department and its advisory committee, the [...]

The Buzz 8/6/15

The Buzz 8/6/15

A Question of Ethics When the Pensacola Planning Board considered a request to vacate the right of way along a section of the bygone Bay Boulevard in the East Pensacola Heights neighborhood, [...]

Confederate Cultural Clash

Confederate Cultural Clash

By Jeremy Morrison The Confederate flag has seen a lot of action as of late. It’s an old debate. One with roots stretching deep into America’s painful past. And one being taken up with a [...]

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