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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 [...]

Cleaning Out the Campground

Cleaning Out the Campground

Is Pensacola Pushing Out Homeless? By Jeremy Morrison The man under the Pensacola Bay Bridge has been there a while. Not the man in the recliner. The other man, the one behind the fake fern, hung [...]

The Buzz 5/9/13

The Buzz 5/9/13

Oil Spill Restoration Hits Northwest Florida Millions of dollars look to be headed to Florida to fund environmental restoration efforts following the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Much of [...]

Analysis: Six Questions on House District 2 Race

Analysis: Six Questions on House District 2 Race

Name recognition could win due to low turnout By Rick Outzen The Republican primary to decide who will run for Florida House District 2 against Democrat Jeremy Lau is Tuesday, May 14. The [...]

At-(too)Large?

At-(too)Large?

Council Considers the Loss of City-Wide Seats By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council is currently considering if its two at-large seats should be phased out. After a second public hearing [...]

A Deep Appreciation

A Deep Appreciation

Memorial Barge Project to Benefit Coastkeepers By Jeremy Morrison Ever see plasma cut through steel? It’s pretty sweet. “It’s kind of like magic when it works,” said Kevin Marchetti, [...]

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