Posts Tagged ‘Pensacola’
Press Release B.T. Washington High Class of 1987 Honors Sherman L. Robinson It took many years, but the B.T. Washington High School Class of 1987 made good on a promise to honor the late Sherman L. Robinson who served as principal from 1979 through 1988. Recently, the City of Pensacola [...]
IN reporter Sean Boone attended yesterday Council meeting. This is his report. Another day, another Community Maritime Park meeting. On Monday, Pensacola City Council spent nearly three hours discussing an updated developer agreement that…well…none had even read yet. According to City [...]
It's a little ironic than Congressman Jeff Miller published his list of appropriation requests last week, but voted against the House version of the national budget for fiscal year 2010.
On Thursday April 9, Horizen Restaurant, 3103 E. Strong Street, is hosting a special sushi day where all day long special rolls will be half off in memory of Chef John Ma, who committed suicide one year ago after ending his unknown battle with depression. Come by for sushi all day and enjoy a [...]
OurSportsCentral.com reports: "Jim Combs, Commissioner of the Southern Professional Hockey League's Commissioner announced tonight that the Southern Professional Hockey League's Board of Governors has authorized him and select members of the Board to enter into discussions with potential investors, [...]
The Mobile Press-Register reported on its new contract to print our daily newspaper. It is a multi-year deal that begins in early June. "This contract is especially important during these difficult economic times because it creates a substantial new revenue stream for the Press-Register," [...]
PNJ is reporting that it is moving its printing operations to Mobile. They are outsourcing it to the Mobile Press Register. A combination of 84 full-time and part-time jobs will be eliminated during the transition. Newsroom, circulation and distribution, advertising, marketing departments and [...]
City Finance Director Dick Barker is proposing a finance plan for the Community Maritime Park that will cost $92.6 million and have level annual payments of $3.3 million (finance-agenda-4-6-09_164134-2). The bond market is tight and municipals are paying a premium --more than we think the [...]
In March 2007, the City staff estimated that the CMP bonds would cost a total of $71,203,237 (see ecua-april-2007). In his March 2009 presentation, the cost of the borrowing increased to $85,602,469 (see page-7-march-23-presentation-1).
Under Section 4.5 of the Interlocal Agreement, CRA can reduce the annual payments to the ECUA if the Florida Constitution is amended or the state legislature pays a bill that reduces the amount of TIF received by the CRA. So the CRA can change its payment schedule to the ECUA if there is a [...]
Press Release: Pensacola Chamber Calls on Angels to Focus on Capital for Technology Based Economic Development at the iTen Wired Summit PENSACOLA, Fla.- The Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce together with the Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance and Mobile Area Chamber of [...]
Pensacola attorney Frederic G. Levin has been inducted into the American Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame. Levin was inducted in a five-member class along with Gerry Spence, Morris Dees, Bobby Lee Cook and Stanley Preiser. Induction into the Hall of Fame is the highest honor that a civil plaintiff's [...]