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Lumon May won every precinct

Lumon May won every precinct in the Democratic primary for County Commission District 3. His team did a better job in getting out the votes than incumbent Marie Young did in 2008. More importantly, May crushed his opponents at Precinct 98 -- May 516, Powell 46, Walker 164. Precinct 98 is [...]

Sam’s Announcement

Sam’s Announcement

Pensacola City Council President Sam Hall made an announcement of sorts last night during the board’s Committee of the Whole meeting. “I’m at a state now where I’m not able to perform 100 percent all of the time,” Hall said. The president did not elaborate, but said some council [...]

Reconnect Neighborhood Added to Agenda

The ‘Citizens in the East Government Street Neighborhood’ have weighed in on the reconnection of that street. A report from the group has been added to today’s Pensacola City Council agenda. The council is scheduled to hear from Alan Gray, a planner with the West Florida Regional Planning [...]

Busy COW

The Pensacola City Council has a fairly busy slate today for its Committee of the Whole meeting. The board will make appointments, confirm a department head and hear a presentation regarding the reopening of East Government Street. The East Government Street presentation is one of the more [...]

Council to Hear ReGrid Findings

Over the course of the summer, the city of Pensacola and the West Florida Regional Planning Council held a series of public workshops concerning the downtown historic district’s street grid, specifically the opening of East Government Street. The information gathered during the workshops will be [...]

Studer Deal Hinges on Parking, CMPA Deficit

Studer Deal Hinges on Parking, CMPA Deficit

With other details hammered out, the lease deal between Quint Studer, the Community Maritime Park Associates and the city of Pensacola apparently hinges on parking and bettering the park’s budgetary numbers. How many spaces will there be, who has the right to use them and when, and how much of a [...]

CMPA Looks at Studer Deal

CMPA Looks at Studer Deal

The Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees is slated to address its deal with Quint Studer’s Maritime Place, LLC. this afternoon. Studer, owner of the Blue Wahoos minor league baseball team, is pursuing a land-lease deal with the city of Pensacola and the CMPA. Scott Remington, [...]

Mayor Hayward comments on Council elections

"I want to congratulate Charles Bare and Jewel Cannada-Wynn on their election to the Pensacola City Council," said Mayor Ashton Hayward. "I'm looking forward to establishing a great working relationship with both of them and continuing to move Pensacola forward. As we welcome these new faces to our [...]

Analysis of Aug 14 primary -update

Analysis of Aug 14 primary -update

David Morgan, Pam Childers, Bruce Miller, Lumon May and Charles Bare were the big winners yesterday in Escambia County. Other winners were Steven Barry, Vicki Campbell, Larry Walker, Clay Ford, McCorvey and Jewel Cannada-Wynn. Wilson Robertson has a 40-vote lead over Jesse Casey, which will [...]

Primary Morning

Primary Morning

Standing at precinct 14, she waved to voters from underneath a green raincoat. The August primary had arrived. “I have been hyped all day,” said Clorissti Mitchell, a candidate for the District 3 seat on the Escambia County Utilities Authority. The candidate was making the rounds to the [...]

Hayward Engages District 7

Hayward Engages District 7

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and a roomful of residents from District 7 covered a myriad of subjects during the latest meeting in the Taking City Hall to the Citizens series. “Do y’all like it when I sit down or stand up?” Hayward asked, settling in to last night’s public [...]

Over a third of the primary voters may have already cast their ballots

Over a third of the primary voters may have already cast their ballots

Just got off the phone with Supervisor of Elections David Stafford. He estimates that about 16,685 votes have been cast either by early voting or absentee ballots. The overall turnout is expected to be about 25 percent, 43,500-44,000 votes. This means about 38 percent of the votes have already been [...]

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