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Hayward’s Hide And Seek

Hayward’s Hide And Seek

  By Rick Outzen and Duwayne Escobedo Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has not hesitated to seek the advice and counsel of outside attorneys, and he has blocked any efforts by the Pensacola [...]

Outtakes—Another Unforced Error

Outtakes—Another Unforced Error

By Rick Outzen When Inweekly endorsed the proposed city charter in 2009, we never envisioned that people would have so much trouble interpreting and implementing the document. After all, attorney [...]

2018 Mayor’s Race Could be Tight

2018 Mayor’s Race Could be Tight

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward may run into some difficulty if he chooses to run for a third term, according to a recent poll commissioned by Inweekly. Among likely voters [...]

Pensacola’s Broken Sunshine Center

Pensacola’s Broken Sunshine Center

By Duwayne Escobedo Mayor Ashton Hayward said three years ago that transparency is critical to the success of Pensacola. The city website even includes a "transparency" page. But try getting [...]

The Buzz 10/13/16

The Buzz 10/13/16

Rafferty Honored On Sept. 29, the Florida Justice Association presented the 2016 Perry Nichols Award to Levin, Papantonio Law Firm shareholder Troy Rafferty at the FJA Masters of Justice Convention [...]

Outtakes—Ballsy Rescue Plan

Outtakes—Ballsy Rescue Plan

By Rick Outzen Mayor Ashton Hayward learned last week that more than half of his constituents rated his job performance as only fair or poor, according to the 2016 Quality of Life Survey. In [...]

The Buzz 8/11/16

The Buzz 8/11/16

What Cross? The City of Pensacola filed its answers to the lawsuit regarding the Bayview Park Cross. The document defends the cross as a historic memorial to our military veterans who fought in World [...]

Outtakes—Hoping for a Strong Finish

Outtakes—Hoping for a Strong Finish

Over the past two years, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has been reluctant to hold press conferences or town hall meetings to share his goals for the city, making it difficult to measure his [...]

Fight To Save Sunday House Hits Hurdle

Fight To Save Sunday House Hits Hurdle

By C. S. Satterwhite After a long struggle to save the home of John Sunday, Judge Gary Bergosh issued his long-anticipated ruling on Friday, July 1, shortly before government offices closed for [...]

The Buzz 7/7/16

The Buzz 7/7/16

Prescription for City Boards Quint Studer, local developer and founder of the Studer Group, discussed on "Pensacola Speaks" how the City of Pensacola could improve its boards and advisory committees. [...]

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