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The Buzz 9/5/19

The Buzz 9/5/19

Crush the Crisis On Saturday, Sept. 7, West Florida Hospital will host “Crush the Crisis,” an opioid take-back event with the goal of collecting and properly disposing of unused or expired [...]

The Buzz 8/22/19

The Buzz 8/22/19

Champion for Justice Pensacola City Councilman Gerald Wingate passed away on the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 13, at age 73 after a battle with cancer. His peers saw him as a “voice of diplomacy,” [...]

The Buzz 5/2/19

The Buzz 5/2/19

Bedlam Hours The Pensacola City Council last Thursday approved an ordinance that would force Bedlam, the city's only bottle club, to close at 3 a.m. rather than at 5 a.m., which it has done for the [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Outtakes—We’re in Transition

Outtakes—We’re in Transition

By Rick Outzen Escambia County, Pensacola and our school district are in transition. The city of Pensacola has a new mayor and two new council members. Mayor Grover Robinson has named Chris [...]

Why Vote for Them?

Why Vote for Them?

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola has a record-setting six candidates running for mayor in the Aug. 28 non-partisan primary. A series of public forums have been held to introduce the candidates [...]

Outtakes—Snakebit

Outtakes—Snakebit

By Rick Outzen City Administrator Eric Olson is snakebit. Every time he rolls the dice on a situation, his mistakes come to light and make matters worse. In the summer of 2015, Olson tried to [...]

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 [...]

Outtakes—Public Dialogue Needed

Outtakes—Public Dialogue Needed

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward isn't happy with how the public treated City Attorney Lysia Bowling at the Sept. 19 council meeting.  He was so upset that he sent a letter to [...]

The Buzz 9/21/17

The Buzz 9/21/17

Hayward Two-Step The Pensacola City Council did not vote to schedule a special meeting on the possible relocation of the Confederate memorial that is on city property. Instead, they only discussed [...]

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