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The Buzz 7/18/13

The Buzz 7/18/13

Budget Merry-Go-Round The relationship between the Escambia County Board of Commissioners and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has been a major point of concern in recent meetings, and the [...]

Pensacola’s Public Records Remedy

Pensacola’s Public Records Remedy

City and County Struggle With Open Government By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has often stressed transparency. He stressed it again after the State Attorney charged the [...]

4-H and the Future

4-H and the Future

Local Club Awaits Decision from Gainesville by Jeremy Morrison The Escambia County 4-H organization is no stranger to big decisions. A monster was wrestled last year, and another now looms in the [...]

The Buzz 7/11/13

The Buzz 7/11/13

Terminations, Resignations And Problems With Timeline Mayor Ashton Hayward terminated on July 9 Bill Reynolds as his city administrator, days after State Attorney Bill Eddins released a report that [...]

The Buzz 7/4/13

The Buzz 7/4/13

TRUTH IN GOVERNMENT Despite how Interim County Administrator George Touart tried to position it, Sheriff David Morgan didn’t request the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) raise the property tax [...]

No Blinking

No Blinking

Escambia County to Assume Jail Operations by Jeremy Morrison Keys to the Escambia County Jail look to be changing hands. County officials are preparing to inherit operations of the facility from [...]

The Buzz 6/27/13

The Buzz 6/27/13

CITY’S FINANCIAL CRISIS At its June 20 agenda workshop, Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry asked about how the city and county were going to handle a $1.4 million shortfall in the library [...]

The Buzz 6/20/13

The Buzz 6/20/13

DROP IN DJJ REFERRALS The Escambia Juvenile Justice Council held a town hall meeting on June 13 to discuss juvenile crime in Escambia County. The council is responsible for helping develop a [...]

A Soiled Situation

A Soiled Situation

East Hill Residents Receive Notice of Class Action Lawsuit Settlement By Sarah McCartan If you live in the centralized portion of the generally health-conscious and progressive East Hill [...]

The Gulf Coast’s Big Plan

The Gulf Coast’s Big Plan

Drawing Up the RESTOREation Blueprint by Jeremy Morrison The federal government and BP are still entrenched in the courtroom in New Orleans and it remains to be seen what bounty eventual Clean [...]

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