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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 [...]

The Buzz 6/13/13

The Buzz 6/13/13

NO MORE NOOSES Dr. Judy Bense, the president of University of West Florida, wants to make sure the racially charged incidents like those that happened in April 2012 are never repeated. Last year, [...]

AmeriCorps Comes to Help With Hammers

AmeriCorps Comes to Help With Hammers

Habitat for Humanity’s new initiative revitalizes Pensacola neighborhoods By Jessica Forbes If all goes according to plan for many AmeriCorps members, a week of work that ended on a hot [...]

The Buzz 6/6/13

The Buzz 6/6/13

BEGGING FOR A MATCH Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced on May 28 that the Florida Department of Transportation has formally offered Pensacola International Airport an $11,090,000 matching [...]

Talking Trash

Talking Trash

Escambia and ECUA Fight It Out Over Garbage by Jeremy Morrison For months, Escambia County and the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority have engaged in negotiations that Interim County Administrator [...]

The Buzz 5/30/13

The Buzz 5/30/13

Homeless Ordinances Approved The Pensacola City Council recently passed a trio of ordinances that critics claim “criminalize homelessness.” The new laws prohibit “camping” on public [...]

Church Expands Outreach into Brownsville

Church Expands Outreach into Brownsville

By Sarah McCartan At a time when the city of Pensacola is battling pushing the largely under-served portion of our population outward, Rev. LuTimothy May of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church is [...]

Inside Job at the Park

Inside Job at the Park

All This Crap for Rick Springfield? By Jeremy Morrison For the past year, the city of Pensacola’s Neighborhood Services Department has managed the Community Maritime Park. Outside the bounds [...]

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