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LuTimothy May


Lutimothy May laid off by city of Pensacola

July 8, 2015

Rev. LuTimothy May is no longer Mayor Ashton Hayward’s community outreach administrator. The man who chaired the mayor’s transition team in 2010, and whom Hayward has referred to as being one of his spiritual advisers, was…


PS Today: Tale of Two Charter Schools

May 7, 2015

Are all charter schools treated equally by Superintendent Malcolm Thomas? On Pensacola Speaks today, Rev. Lutimothy May will talk about his dealings with the superintendent when he tried to help a failing charter school, A. A.…

Education News

Five years ago, Malcolm Thomas and the Middle

February 14, 2015

The Brownsville Fallout By Sean Boone Published Feb. 11, 2010 A Community Must Wait Longer For Saving Grace It’s a Wednesday afternoon in late January; Rev. LuTimothy May sits at his desk inside a small corner…

Education News

Dixon: The End or Beginning?

June 26, 2012

Rev. LuTimothy May always seems happy to talk about A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence. After a disastrous first year, he jumped in last summer to turn around the failing school. “I was actually just at…


A.A. Dixon Gets a Set of Wheels

February 10, 2012

Buses are something that most schools probably take advantage of, however the strain from renting them has cost A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence $150,000 a year on transportation. Board President, Rev. LuTimothy May took the…



November 24, 2010

SUPERINTENDENT REFUSES FINAL OFFER FOR BROWNSVILLE SCHOOL The pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church had to give it one more try on Friday, Nov. 12. He knew that the Superintendent of Schools didn’t want him there…

Escambia County Politics

Thomas failed to reveal leak

January 11, 2010

When Superintendent Malcolm Thomas was negotiating last month with Friendship Missionary Baptist Church over the sale of Brownsville Middle School, he failed to tell Pastor LuTimothy May, the school board and the public that was supporting…

Escambia County

Malcolm Thomas blocks Brownsville deal

December 16, 2009

Brownsville Middle School has sat vacant for three years. One wing has been damaged by fire. The School District has let one its contractors use the former administrative offices. The school is in a depressed neighborhood…

May should replace Story

May 2, 2008

Gulf Power president/CEO Susan Story resigned yesterday from the the board of trustees of the Community Maritime Park Associates. She cited worries of any perceptions of potential Sunshine Law issues with the newest board member, Bentina…


More on LuTimothy May

April 10, 2008

The nominee packet issue for the CMPA Board of Trustees did not have the full bio on Rev. LuTimothy May. Here it is: A native Pensacolian, LuTimothy May is a natural and trained leader. He has…