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Escambia County

State Attorney clears Robinson

July 9, 2016

Late Friday afternoon, the State Attorney’s Office announced that Escambia Commissioner Grover Robinson had been cleared of any Sunshine violation for his call to Gulf Breeze Matt Dannheisser. Here are the announcement and the letter detailing…

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Politics

Grover warns Gulf Breeze not to make a Brexit vote

June 30, 2016

Escambia County Commission chair Grover Robinson shared this email that he sent to Gulf Breeze City Manager Buz Eddy regarding the Pensacola Bay Bridge: Dear Buz, In all the conversations we have had on the bridge…

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Escambia County

Podcast: Robinson on ‘Leave No Trace Behind’

May 26, 2016

Commissioner Grover Robinson says the “Leave Trace Behind” ordinance that the Escambia Board of County Commissioners passed last year was created as a turtle protection ordinance, not for clean up after events on Pensacola Beach. “Somehow…

Jail

NAIOP argues for Superfund site for new jail

December 14, 2015

The Northwest Florida Chapter of NAIOP, a commercial real estate development association, sent a strongly worded “white paper” to city and county officials stating the Escambia County Commission would “squander tens of millions of tax dollars”…

Business

Florida Manufacturing Month

October 29, 2015

Press release: In honor of National Manufacturing Month, Florida West and Ascend Performance Materials hosted a VIP breakfast to honor this industry within our local economy. The special breakfast and tour as part of an effort…

Escambia County

Podcast: Grover Robinson on new jail site

October 22, 2015

Last week, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners was presented a report on the three possible sites on which to build a new county jail and booking facility – see 9166_Esc Jail-SiteEvaluation_101515. The three sites are:…

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Grover fights for funds in Tallahassee

March 26, 2015

County commissioners from various parts of the state urged lawmakers Wednesday to approve a proposal that could end a long-running battle about how to split juvenile-detention costs. Commissioners told the House Appropriations Committee they are looking…