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What is on the agenda for Florida lawmakers today

What is on the agenda for Florida lawmakers today

BILL TAKES AIM AT SHARK FIN SALES: The Senate Environmental Preservation and Conservation Committee will consider a proposal (SB 540), filed by Sen. David Simmons, R-Altamonte Springs, that seeks to prevent the possession of shark fins, considered a delicacy in parts of Asia. (9 a.m., 110 Senate [...]

Blog has a solid February, traffic up 50 percent

Blog has a solid February, traffic up 50 percent

The blog had a solid month in February. Both total visits and unique visitors were up, 55 percent and 61 percent respectively. The statistics are only slightly lower than February 2012, which was our best year ever. The 2014 unique and total visits are more than double what they were five years [...]

What do council districts think about the direction of Pensacola city government?

What do council districts think about the direction of Pensacola city government?

District 5, which is represented by Gerald Wingate, has the smallest percentage of voters who believe city government is going in the right direction. It also has the largest percentage that is unsure, 42%. District 3 (Andy Terhaar), 4 (Larry Johnson) and 6 (Brian Spencer) have the highest [...]

Style Downtown

Style Downtown

Style Downtown, the Pensacola salon owned by Cortney Campus, has been named to the SALON TODAY 200 by SALON TODAY magazine, the top business publication for salon and spa owners. The 200 salons were selected for their best business practices from applications submitted by SALON TODAY readers, who [...]

Weekend Buzz: Inside local governments

Weekend Buzz: Inside local governments

DOJ not interested in negotiating The word of last week's visit by the U.S. Department of Justice is the agency isn't interested in negotiating with the Escambia County Commission. We expect to hear more about the price tag of complying with the DOJ final order over the next few weeks. It will be [...]

Pensacola Police Chief appointed to PSC board

Gov. Rick Scott announced yesterday the appointment of Chip Simmons to the Pensacola State College District Board of Trustees. Simmons, 49, of Cantonment, is the chief of police for the City of Pensacola. He currently serves as a member of the Florida Police Chief’s Association and the FBI [...]

State newspaper round-up

State newspaper round-up

Miami Herald looks at how secretive Gov. Rick Scott is about his travel plans. Governors Charlie Crist, Jeb Bush and Lawton Chiles routinely released those details. Even Scott did until last year. Read Florida Gov. Rick Scott cloaks travel details, citing security. Sarasota Herald Tribune [...]

Aviation Week: Southeast U.S. is hottest spot of aerospace suppliers

Aviation Week: Southeast U.S. is hottest spot of aerospace suppliers

Kevin Michaels writes for Aviation Week that our region is becoming the hottest spot for aerospace suppliers in his viewpoint "New Horizons For Aerospace Suppliers:" Consider that the hottest new aerospace cluster is not in China, but the U.S. Southeast. Boeing, Embraer, Airbus Rolls-Royce and [...]

Cumulus switches WCOA 100.7 FM to WJTQ 100.7

Cumulus switches WCOA 100.7 FM to WJTQ 100.7

Today at 10:07 a.m., Cumulus will announce a new format for WCOA 100.7 FM. The station dropped the news talk format and is running a loop announcing the new station will be WJTQ. IN Your Head Radio will move to television. We will have a weekly show on WUWF TV that we will launch in late March. [...]

Buttercup saved by City Council

Little Molly Kirkman made a simple plea to Pensacola City Council members after her family made a presentation about potbellied pigs and their pet pig, Buttercup.  “I sure hope all you councilors will let me keep Buttercup,” the 9-year-old said. “I lover her so much and she is [...]

Merrill appointed by Gov. Scott to RESTORE board

Merrill appointed by Gov. Scott to RESTORE board

Governor Rick Scott announced yesterday six appointments to the Gulf Consortium. The one most familiar to Pensacola is Collier Merrill, president of the Merrill Land Co. and chairman of Visit Pensacola, Inc. The Gulf Consortium was created in October 2012 by Inter-local Agreement among [...]

Tourism update for Jan 2014

Tourism update for Jan 2014

The board of Visit Pensacola meets today. According to its agenda packet, Pensacon generated 672 room nights with a value of $2.475 million. Here are the estimates on other meetings and groups hosted in Escambia County: 2014 Immersed in Ink 1/23-1/27: 100 Room nights, $770,000 2014 Pensacola [...]

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