Posts Tagged ‘Lumon May’
Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May will host a town hall meeting Thursday. Elected in November, May represents District 3. The town hall meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at the St. James Missionary Baptist Church, located at 219 E. Johnson Ave. Citizens may also keep up with District [...]
Press Release: Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May, District 3, will join a group of local ministers in the Montclair neighborhood Friday, February 15. This free event will help promote community togetherness and community awareness. Among the local leaders joining Commissioner May will be [...]
Commissioner Lumon May has selected former Pensacola City Manager Al Coby has his appointee for the Escambia County RESTORE Advisory Committee. Coby worked for the City of Pensacola for 27 years (1984-2011), the last three as the city manager. He was hired 1984 as director of the Community [...]
Alfred Morris, the star running back for the Washington Redskins and graduate of Pine Forest High School, stopped by the Independent News office today with Commissioner Lumon May, who coached him in the Southern Youth Sports Association. Morris, who played college ball at Florida Atlantic, was [...]
Murders, shootings, assaults, rapes...they too quickly become just numbers, one-day headlines lost in the flood of news of Justin Beiber's tattoos, Lady Gaga's outfits and Kim Kardashian's pregnancy Firing a county administrator, supposedly disheveled mayor, political grandstanding and [...]
Escambia County’s two new commissioners are forgoing any honeymoon. From the get-go, their voices have become pivotal in weighty conversations. During their initial meeting last week, commissioners Lumon May (District 3) and Steven Barry (District 5) entered into discussions concerning both [...]
Lumon May hosted a July 4th picnic at Legion Field. Based on the community's response, May told me that he plans on making it an annual event. "We started at 11 am and the people kept coming to enjoy the music and food," said May, who is running for Escambia County Commission, District 3. "If [...]
Conventional political wisdom says that an incumbent must have 45 percent of the primary vote to win a run-off. If this holds true, then Mike Wiggins is in trouble. However, there are a few mitigating factors: 1. The run-off is more than 60 days away--plenty of time for Wiggins to shore up [...]
The St. Pete Times is reporting the 2014 Florida House speaker designate, Chris Dorworth of Lake Mary, has severe financial troubles. His house is in foreclosure. He is struggling to pay a $2.7 million legal judgment from a bad land deal. And his driver's license was temporarily suspended this [...]
The guests will be State Rep. Dave Murzin and potential Pensacola mayor candidate, Lumon May. We might have some big announcements.
Mike Wiggins stopped by the office just a minute ago. He is on his way to file for mayor. No word yet on Lumon May or Ashton Hayward.
Spoke with Supervisor of Elections David Stafford. He has decided not to run for Pensacola mayor. "My wife and I had time to really talk it about this weekend and we decided that I should pass." Stafford's term for SOE doesn't expire until 2012. Other names still being batted around for mayor [...]