Bushwacker 5K, Bridge to Bridge 5K, and Double Bridge Run The Pensacola Sports Association (PSA), in partnership with the Capt’n Fun Runners (Bushwacker 5K) and the Bridge to Bridge 5K, is pleased to announce the three entities have created the 850 Bridge Run Series. Comprised of the three [...]
In his Sunday column, PNJ cartoonist Andy Marlette suggests Meghan Trainor's "Lips are Movin" for the mayor's theme song. I prefer Blue Traveler's "Hook." What are your suggestions?
Friends of West Florida Public Library, a non-profit support organization of the West Florida Public Library, will hold a “Blowout Book Sale” on Saturday, August 1, from 9am to 5pm at the downtown Main Library, 239 N. Spring Street. During the sale, shoppers can purchase a brown paper bag [...]
Worried that lawmakers and Gov. Rick Scott's administration are chipping away at Florida's open-government laws, a coalition of groups is being formed to try to "push back," a leader of the effort said Thursday. Barbara Petersen, president of the First Amendment Foundation, said a meeting was [...]
Former Gov. Jeb Bush has "separated himself" from other Republican presidential candidates in Florida, leading all of them by double digits, according to a Mason-Dixon Florida Poll released Friday. The poll, conducted Monday through Thursday, said 28 percent of Florida Republicans support Bush, [...]
In his latest "Upwords" newsletter, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward said that his Constituent Services team, the group that manages the city's automated citizen complaint system (Pensacola 311), recently visited 311 operations in New York and Washington, D.C. The system was launched four years [...]
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Quint Studer will discuss today his decision to withdraw his offers for parcels 3, 6 and 9 at the Community Maritime Park. He told me that he's ready to move on to other options and has shied away from interviews since last night's broadcast on WEAR TV, but Quint had already committed to do the [...]
The media has heard little from Mayor Ashton Hayward since the Studers withdrew their offers for three parcels at the Community Maritime Park. Some might expect Mayor Hayward to hold a press conference to explain his position. Instead we got this Facebook post: Everyone at City Hall was [...]
Pensacola's Chief Operations Officer, Tamara Fountain, was interviewed this morning by Andrew McKay on News Radio 1620. Fountain said Mayor Ashton Hayward and Council President Andy Terhaar have not rejected the CMPA-approved leases. However, she said they were not going to accept the leases [...]
Council President Andy Terhaar stopped by the Inweekly offices. He said he saw yesterday's press release by the mayor's office as part of the negotiations. He had hoped that the Studers would have come back with a counter, rejecting some of the 22 demands and accepting others. The council [...]
From: <Quint@studergroup.com> Date: July 23, 2015 at 9:52:07 PM CDT To: Ashton Hayward <email@example.com>, Terhaar Andy <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Reeves, James J. Esq." <email@example.com>, John Daniel <JPD@beggslane.com>, Remington Scott [...]
Quint Studer said tonight the proposed UWF Center for Entrepreneurship, conference center, and child care facility for the Community Maritime Park won't work after Mayor Ashton Hayward rejected the CMPA-approved leases and made a new series of demands of the Studers. He posted on [...]
Mayor Ashton Hayward and Council President Andy Terhaar announced this afternoon they have rejected the leases that CMPA approved for Studers to develop parcels 3, 6 and 9 at the Community Maritime Park. In a press release, Hayward said, "We will not accept the leases that the CMPA recommended, [...]