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Lovoy at the Helm

Lovoy at the Helm

By Jeremy Morrison Amy Lovoy comes from the world of math. She’s a numbers cruncher, a bean counter. But she’s been in administration long enough now to really nail the one-liners. “I [...]

The Buzz 12/20/18

The Buzz 12/20/18

Beach Lease Fees Examined At the Committee of the Whole last week, Escambia County District 1 Commissioner Jeff Bergosh made a presentation showing the Beach Club Towers and Emerald Isle condominium [...]

May Assumes the Chair

May Assumes the Chair

By Duwayne Escobedo This past year, Lumon May worried about more than serving Escambia County District 3 as its county commissioner. His mother, Mary, underwent heart surgery. However, her surgery [...]

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 [...]

The Innerarity Compromise

The Innerarity Compromise

By Jeremy Morrison The scene was rather idyllic along the curve of Bob-o-Link Road, as a late afternoon sky surrenders to another sunset. Over on Cruzat Way, a small patch of beach that overlooks [...]

Roads, Bridges and Jobs

Roads, Bridges and Jobs

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry is tackling the roads and bridges in District 5. He realizes that citizens may be getting frustrated with delays due to the construction, [...]

Bergosh: Addicted to Politics

Bergosh: Addicted to Politics

By Duwayne Escobedo His love for politics began in 2006 thanks to his big brother Gary, Jeff Bergosh says. Gary, an Escambia County Circuit Court judge, convinced Jeff to run for the Escambia [...]

Paying for A Bad Decision

Paying for A Bad Decision

By Duwayne Escobedo When the Escambia Board of County Commissioners approved the plans to repair the basement of the Escambia County Central Booking and Detention Center (CBD) flooded by a June [...]

The Black Hole of the County Budget

The Black Hole of the County Budget

By Rick Outzen For the past two months, Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill has decried that the county faced a $9 million shortfall in its FY 2018 budget. However, the problem isn't the [...]

The Buzz 7/13/17

The Buzz 7/13/17

BRAC-Proofing NWFL With the military being more than half of his district's economy, Congressman Matt Gaetz worked with the Department of Defense to shave off nearly $2 million of the cost of the [...]

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