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Wednesday December 17th 2014

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Split Florida

WEAR TV 3 reports Margate Mayor Pam Donovan and North Lauderdale Mayor Jack Brady want to make North and South Florida into two separate states. They say the southern part of the state is carrying the largest tax burden, but getting back much less in services and political priorities. It would [...]

Radio: Chuck McMullen

Chuck McMullen, Chief of Law Enforcement for the Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum’s CyberCrime Unit on IN Your Head Radio Tuesday. Listen to interview

Radio : Oliver North

Oliver North will be in Pensacola to promote his new book, "American Heroes" and I will talk to him Wednesday at 1:15 on IN Your Head Radio. North is a Vietnam veteran awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star, and two Purple Hearts during his twenty-two years of service as a U.S. Marine. Later, he was [...]

BTW: Wells retired

Rusty Wells who is currently an assistant City Attorney and part-time attorney ($60K) for the Escambia County Sheriff's office retired in August 2004 and is in the DROP program. He is considered the favorite of the Pensacola City Council to replace John Fleming as the City Attorney. By being in [...]

Pond photos

Pond photos

These are photos submitted by Ms. Rogers: You can barely see them, but those are people near the water. That is a campfire next to the water.

Roads Pond still a problem

The County would like us to think the one-time catfish pond, now residential lake in Cantonment that was dug by the largest road contractor for the county (and who is suing the county over having its digging stopped) is still an issue. Here is a recent email to the Escambia County [...]

Notes: City Committees 5.05.08

The Pensacola City Council Standing Committees 5 May 2008, 3:15 p.m. Hagler/Mason Conference Room, 2nd Floor of City Hall The meeting was called to order at 3:18 p.m. Finance Committee John Jerralds, Chair John Fogg, Vice-Chair Jewel Cannada-Wynn Jack Nobles Ronald Townsend Mike [...]

Radio: Child Predators

The post about Pedophiles in our local parks sparked much concern. Tomorrow on IN Your Head Radio, we will talk to Chuck McMullen, Chief of Law Enforcement for the Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum’s CyberCrime Unit. We'll talk about keeping our kids safe tomorrow in the 1:00 pm [...]

Miller resigns

United States Attorney Gregory Miller, 54, announced today that after 26 years of public service he has submitted his resignation to President Bush, and will retire from the federal government effective midnight June 30, 2008. Mr. Miller has accepted a partnership with the Pensacola firm of Beggs [...]

Pedophiles at city parks

This email is circulating around the soccer moms in Pensacola. This isn't an urban myth, but an email from a concerned and frightened mother. "Hey everybody, I think I am doing the right thing by getting the word out about what happened to us at the new fountain (Palafox Plaza - at the end of [...]

How to flip real estate

The Sarasota Herald Tribune reports on the demise of real estate dealmaker who made millions flipping real estate, but is now under fire from his partners. In the article there is a very good explanation of how to flip real estate: 549 Sloop Lane, Longboat Key Mark Brivik bought the home [...]

Roberts bows out

One-time Democratic candidate for Congress Joe Roberts has given up his bid to unseat Jeff Miller. Roberts had broken away from his party in February citing differences over with the Escambia County Democratic Women's Club's demand that he be pro-choice. Roberts was adamant about his pro-life [...]

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