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City drops ball on job evaluations

City drops ball on job evaluations

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola has not done a written job performance evaluation of its administrative staff in four years, according to records obtained by Inweekly. The most recent [...]

The Buzz 5/19/16

The Buzz 5/19/16

Schrey for Congress Elizabeth Schrey has filed to run for the U.S. House of Representatives seat that has been held by the retiring Jeff Miller. She has chosen to run as a No Party Affiliate [...]

Outtakes—Put Away The Legos

Outtakes—Put Away The Legos

By Rick Outzen Running a municipality is not easy. As much as some want it to be like playing with a Lego play set where you can arrange the multi-colored pieces in whatever order you like, it’s [...]

Outtakes—Our Day In Court

Outtakes—Our Day In Court

By Rick Outzen Last week, we filed a lawsuit seeking that the City of Pensacola release records regarding the city’s random drug testing. We had tried for two weeks to release records that would [...]

Winners & Losers 4/14/16

Winners & Losers 4/14/16

Winners Dr. Judy Bense Navy Federal Credit Union presented the University of West Florida president with its inaugural ‘Partner of the Year’ award at its annual President’s Award ceremony. [...]

Outtakes—Good News-Bad News

Outtakes—Good News-Bad News

By Rick Outzen Last week brought some good news. A local non-profit is set to become a difference maker yet again for area charities, and lawmakers brought home the bacon from [...]

Outtakes—Let’s Communicate Again

Outtakes—Let’s Communicate Again

By Rick Outzen Pensacola City Hall has trouble communicating with its residents. That’s not just my opinion.  For the second consecutive year, citizens have given the city’s communications [...]

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

By Rick Outzen On Feb. 2, Pensacola Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe Glover, whose combined experience in the Pensacola Fire Department is more than 50 years, were placed on paid [...]

Buzz 2/11/16

Buzz 2/11/16

Olson’s Tale After refusing to answer questions from the News Journal and Inweekly, Pensacola City Administrator Eric Olson went on a local morning show to discuss why Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and [...]

Outtakes: Thank you, Mr. Johnson

Outtakes: Thank you, Mr. Johnson

Pensacola City Councilman Larry Johnson believes the City of Pensacola should follow its CRA 2010 Master Plan. Inweekly agrees that the $200,000 two-volume plan shouldn't be shelved, and the time is [...]

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 [...]

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