Posts Tagged ‘Pensacola’
The Studers own several properties in the City - both downtown and in Belmont area. Their total property tax bill for these properties is $14,276.83.
Four days after a spokesperson for the Saenger Theatre told the IN that the completion of its new performance hall is still scheduled for February, City Manager (former interim) Al Coby admits to the daily newspaper that the opening will not be until March. Who is at fault is unclear. We've [...]
Fear reigns in C.C. Elebash’s opinion in the PNJ (Cancel the baseball stadium). The viewpoint is filled with coulds, maybes and unsubstantiated conclusions….very similar to the Save Our City campaign against the park three years ago. Let’s dissect this article – (more…)
The draft of the MGT Study of the City of Pensacola's Procurement and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program is close to being released. We received a copy of the draft and the numbers aren't good. From FY 2005-FY 2007, the City of Pensacola used 1,616 vendors only 12 were minorities (less than [...]
Council member Maren DeWeese is upset with Commmunity Director Thaddeus Cohen's decision to not fund neighborhood projects tfor which neighborhood associations raised money in anticipation of matching funds from the city. According to DeWeese, the only neighborhood getting its funds is Seville - [...]
Next week the Pensacola City Council will consider issuing a RFP for the downtown library that is currently proposed to be built on the site of the old Spring St. fire station. However, there are several discussions in various camps about other possible locations, spending up the building schedule [...]
Pressbox.com has an article on the Pensacola native Tommy Spooneybarger's comeback after two Tommy John surgeries. Spooneybarger pitched professionally for the first time since 2005. He played last summer for Single-A Aberdeen. He is trying out for the Orioles. Read more.
FINANCE COMMITTEE Jewel Cannada-Wynn, Chair Mike Wiggins, Vice Chair Sam Hall John Jerralds Ronald Townsend P.C. Wu NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES Sam Hall, Chair Maren DeWeese, Vice Chair Jewel Cannada-Wynn Larry B. Johnson Megan B. Pratt ENTERPRISE [...]
This memo has been sent out to school administration and principals: TO: ALL PRINCIPALS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS FROM: DR. ALAN SCOTT, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT KEITH LEONARD, DIRECTOR JERRY CAINE, MANAGER DATE: January 12, 2009 SUBJECT: 2009 HARD HIRING FREEZE Effective [...]
The Pensacola City Council held two council meetings yesterday. One to honor the outgoing council and to ratify all their actions over the past two years; the other to swear in the new mayor and council. There was no public forum at either meeting. Does that mean the meetings were invalid or [...]
The special session has come up with a budget that will reduce Medicaid reimbursement to area hospitals. We've asked both Baptist and Sacred Heart how they will be impacted. Kerry Vermillion, chief financial officer for Baptist Health Care, told us that Baptist Health Care (BHC) has done an [...]
Today, 52 years of government experience left the Pensacola City Council. Everyone was there to honor the old guard and welcome the new council members. Everyone, except Marty Donovan, who Mayor Fogg said was in Houston for a cancer treatment for his wife. The outgoing council members and their [...]