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May Responds to Crisis

May Responds to Crisis

By Rick Outzen Escambia County’s administration is in crisis. Over the past few weeks, the acting county administrator, assistant administrator, human resources director, public safety director [...]

Power List 2019

Power List 2019

Who Can Make It Happen By Rick Outzen Pensacola loves lists. Since we created the inaugural Inweekly Power List on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin in June 2007, readers have looked forward [...]

Power List 2019: Lumon May Gives Back

Power List 2019: Lumon May Gives Back

By Duwayne Escobedo Rev. Theophalis and Mary May taught their son Lumon how to become a leader. They showed him by working hard, acting unselfishly, getting involved in the Morris Court [...]

COW Notes

COW Notes

By Rick Outzen At its Thursday, March 14, Committee of the Whole (COW) meeting, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners scheduled a special meeting for April 29 to interview finalists for the [...]

County to Fix Civil Rights Agency

County to Fix Civil Rights Agency

By Duwayne Escobedo Escambia County Commission Chairman Lumon May came up with a plan to salvage the poorly run Escambia-Pensacola Human Relations Commission. “In the African-American [...]

Searching for Solutions

Searching for Solutions

By Jeremy Morrison James and J.W. sit on the sidewalk at the corner of Cervantes and Ninth Avenue, their bags and bikes leaned against a signpost. Both find themselves currently homeless and are [...]

More Efficient BCC Meetings

More Efficient BCC Meetings

By Duwayne Escobedo The newest version of the Escambia County Commission put on a how-to clinic for families on how to talk out difficult issues and remain friends afterward. In their first [...]

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 Buzz 11/28/18

The Buzz 11/28/18

New County Commission Escambia County Commissioners Doug Underhill and Robert Bender were sworn into office on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Underhill will be representing District 2 for a second term. “In [...]

Raffertys Offer Hope

Raffertys Offer Hope

By Rick Outzen Earlier this month, Troy Rafferty, a trial lawyer with the Levin Papantonio law firm, announced that he and his wife Ashley were creating a college scholarship fund. The fund was to [...]

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