Zoning Change in Limbo

October 12, 2015

by Jeremy Morrison Neighborhood residents, businesses and potential developers pleaded their cases before Pensacola City Council Oct. 8, as the council considered rezoning a pocket of the city north of downtown and running roughly parallel to…


Open house on the future of Bayfront Pkwy, Oct 13

October 12, 2015

Is a roundabout at the end of Ninth Avenue in the future for Bayfront Parkway? How will truck traffic be routed to the Port of Pensacola? Residents could find out tomorrow. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)…

Business Pensacola

Food trucks round the corner

October 9, 2015

by Jeremy Morrison The food trucks are almost here. Almost, but not quite. After three years of debate, of rolling along a rocky road rife with contention, the city of Pensacola finally appears to be paving…


Podcast: Duelling food truck ordinances

October 8, 2015

Yesterday on “Pensacola Speaks,” Pensacola City Councilman Charles Bare discussed the two food truck ordinances up for approval tonight. Here are the ordinances: Food Trucks…


Fountain: Please send this back to planning board

October 8, 2015

Veronica Fountain thought that today’s council vote on correcting the zoning of her neighborhood, which is around the old Pickens school site, so that it matches the city’s Comprehensive Plan would be routine. Instead, the city…

Business Entertainment Pensacola

Sugar, Spice and more update

October 8, 2015

Spice: News reports have confirmed that Ben Galecki and Burton Ritchie were picked up by the U.S. Marshals for a federal grand jury indictment along with 10 other individuals for allegedly participating in a multi-state synthetic-marijuana…

Escambia County Pensacola

ECUA loses another recycling facility

October 6, 2015

Advanced Mixed Materials Recovery Facility operated by Infinitus Energy has shutdown temporarily due to the weak market for recycled products. The facility has handled the majority of the recyclables collected by ECUA and the city of…

News Pensacola

Terhaar stands with council executive choice

September 30, 2015

Inweekly asked Pensacola City Council President Andy Terhaar whether he was bothered by the recent revelations that newly-hired Council Executive Donald Kraher had filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy and did not have an active law license…