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DIB unveils plan for expansion of paid parking

DIB unveils plan for expansion of paid parking

The Downtown Improvement Board wants to increase parking revenue to pay for downtown beautification, lighting, signage and other enhancements. Currently, after the DIB pays for its new meters and enforcement, downtown parking breaks even at best with its paid parking spaces and surface lots [...]

Pensacola City Council will review rules for food truck pilot program

Pensacola City Council will review rules for food truck pilot program

Here are the draft regulations for the trucks: Food truck must be licensed. They cannot be parked within 20 feet of any intersection or traffic signs and signals. The truck will not be allowed on South Palafox Street between Garden and Main streets. They can not sell alcoholic beverages or place [...]

WCOA morning show broadcasts live in downtown Pensacola tomorrow

WCOA morning show broadcasts live in downtown Pensacola tomorrow

WCOA 1370 AM's Don Parker and Jim Sanborn will broadcast live tomorrow morning from Bodacious Olive, 407 S Palafox Street. Rishy Studer will open the store at 6 a.m. and will be serving free coffee and pancakes from 6-8 a.m. I will join them at 6:30 am to talk about the March 27 issue which goes [...]

Analysis: Spencer seeks re-election

Analysis: Spencer seeks re-election

City Councilman Brian Spencer, a local architect, filed on Thursday the paperwork to run for a second term on the City Council in District 6. "Four years ago, I decided to run for City Council after watching a single broken lamppost in downtown's Seville Square go unrepaired for months," said [...]

Food Trucks are part of vibrant cities. It’s time Pensacola join the rest of the nation in the popular trend

Food Trucks are part of vibrant cities. It’s time Pensacola join the rest of the nation in the popular trend

The City of Pensacola Planning Board will discuss today an ordinance proposed by Councilman Andy Terhaar that would ban food trucks from the heart of downtown Pensacola. Instead of letting the free market decide whether it wants them, Councilman Terhaar has decided that restaurants should be given [...]

City of Mobile has downtown club issues, too

City of Mobile has downtown club issues, too

Mobile Press Register: The owner of the Alabama Music Box believes the boundaries of a proposed entertainment district that excludes the music venue is another example of "constant harassment" he's faced since opening the establishment five years ago. Being included within the entertainment [...]

PYP explains its forum regarding URAC

PYP explains its forum regarding URAC

Tonight the Pensacola Young Professionals are holding a forum at The Fish House on the October, 2012 report by the Mayor's Urban Redevelopment Advisory Committee (URAC). Though the forum has been promoted to the PYP membership as an opportunity for them to vote on three URAC recommendation that [...]

What would the new downtown YMCA look like?

What would the new downtown YMCA look like?

One of the hottest topics downtown is the proposal that the YMCA relocate its downtown facility to the Community Maritime Park. The YMCA board hasn't said much yet on the idea, but I found in my notes of a report that outlines what the YMCA does for the community and what the facility may [...]

If you live downtown, shower Saturday night

If you live downtown, shower Saturday night

ECUA Press Release: Downtown Pensacola Water Customers Will Experience Loss of Water on Sunday, January 20, 2013 Effective Sunday, January 20, 2013, from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., ECUA water customers located in downtown Pensacola will experience loss of water. The City of Pensacola is [...]

PYP to vote on its URAC recommendations

PYP to vote on its URAC recommendations

The new game in town is "Waiting for Ashton." It consists of giving him a report, having a press conference and then waiting for the mayor to make a decision. Right now, Hayward has on his plate the disparity study (since August), Urban Redevelopment Advisory Committee (URAC) report (since [...]

Alfresco food court to open first food trailer in February

Alfresco food court to open first food trailer in February

Alfresco’s, the food court on the corner of Palafox and Main streets, is close to opening, at least partially. Two Airstream trailers are being placed on the property. Z Taco, with a Fresh Mex menu, is set to open late February. Gouda Stuff, with gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, will open [...]

R.I.P. Distinctive Kitchens

R.I.P. Distinctive Kitchens

A downtown retail mainstay since 2004, Distinctive Kitchens has closed. The doors have been locked for weeks. A "Closed for Inventory" sign has been on the front door throughout the holiday shopping season. Owner Robin Martin gambled on downtown Pensacola taking his business Pensacola Appliance, [...]

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