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Mayor Hayward mum on lawsuits

Mayor Hayward mum on lawsuits

This morning at 8:45 the Independent News sent the following request to Mayor Hayward's Communication Administrator, Tamara Fountain: What is the mayor’s statement on the lawsuits filed by Seville Harbour and Merrill Land? As of 3:45 pm, we had not received a reply. ----- Disclosure: [...]

The Fish House Lawsuit Documents

The Fish House Lawsuit Documents

We also have a copy of the lawsuit of Merrill Land and Great Southern Restaurant Group against the city of Pensacola. The two companies are also seek a declaratory judgment from the court: Merrill Land and Great Southern request that this Court make such declarations and rulings to resolve [...]

Pitt Slip Lawsuit Documents: Seville Harbour seeks declaratory judgment and jury trial on damages

Pitt Slip Lawsuit Documents: Seville Harbour seeks declaratory judgment and jury trial on damages

We received a copy of 109-page lawsuit filed by Seville Harbour against the city of Pensacola concerning the Pitt Slip marina lease and Mayor Ashton Hayward’s notice of default that was sent in November 2013. First, Seville Harbour is seeking a declaratory judgment on the lease. COUNT I [...]

Food Trucks are part of vibrant cities. It’s time Pensacola join the rest of the nation in the popular trend

Food Trucks are part of vibrant cities. It’s time Pensacola join the rest of the nation in the popular trend

The City of Pensacola Planning Board will discuss today an ordinance proposed by Councilman Andy Terhaar that would ban food trucks from the heart of downtown Pensacola. Instead of letting the free market decide whether it wants them, Councilman Terhaar has decided that restaurants should be given [...]

Walk on the Wine Side set for Feb. 1

Walk on the Wine Side set for Feb. 1

The Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) presents the 1st Annual Palafox Wine Walk, set for Saturday, February 1st from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in Downtown Pensacola. The Palafox Wine Walk is an exclusive, one of a kind experience allowing guests to sample newly released wines from boutique vendors while [...]

Weekend Buzz:Dining w/STA, DOJ expectations, Hayward on BLAB, City limbo

Weekend Buzz:Dining w/STA, DOJ expectations, Hayward on BLAB, City limbo

ST Aerospace was in town last week courting the Pensacola City Council and Escambia County Commission. They dined with local business leaders and the mayor on Wednesday evening at the Grand Marlin. We can expect a public announcement soon on how the city and county have come up  with the $8 [...]

Fish hatchery makes one question the consistency of Hayward’s economic development plans

Fish hatchery makes one question the consistency of Hayward’s economic development plans

In his 2013 State of the City address, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward declared that economic development is his top priority. "I see Economic Development as the number #1 priority for securing a greater share of the future for Pensacola," said the first-term mayor. His biggest personal win [...]

Palafox Market proforma budget for 2013-14

Palafox Market proforma budget for 2013-14

The executive director of the Downtown Improvement Board, Ron Butlin, has done a good job of giving his board budgets for its events. The Palafox Market has a weekly operating budget of $853, based on 50 markets per year. See Palafox Market proforma.

Weekend Buzz: Affordable apartments in the future of downtown Pcola, Scott bets on FSU, Stand Your Ground

Weekend Buzz: Affordable apartments in the future of downtown Pcola, Scott bets on FSU, Stand Your Ground

Finally Affordable Apartments Downtown Quint and Rishy Studer purchased the downtown headquarters of the Pensacola News Journal and its surrounding parking lots for $3.4 million from Gannett Company Inc. On Friday, Jan. 3, Quint Studer gave preview into how he and his wife to develop the 5.85 [...]

City Manager memo shows City knew that there was no assignment of Pitt Slip lease to The Fish House

City Manager memo shows City knew that there was no assignment of Pitt Slip lease to The Fish House

It took some digging through the City of Pensacola archives on Fortis but we found a memorandum by City Manager Tom Bonfield to the city council, dated Dec. 15, 2000, that informs the council that Seville Harbour (Ray Russenberger) and Merrill Land Company had agreed to sublease a portion of [...]

Hate crimes double in Pensacola

Hate crimes double in Pensacola

The Pensacola area saw the number of its reported hate crimes double in 2012 from the prior year, according to a report released Tuesday by Attorney General Pam Bondi's office. Overall Florida saw a 22.3 percent increase in reported hate crimes from the prior year. Racially-motivated crimes [...]

IN cover story #2: Ashton Hayward vs. The Fish House

IN cover story #2: Ashton Hayward vs. The Fish House

The story that has most people baffled is Mayor Ashton Hayward sending Collier Merrill a notice of default demanding that The Fish House pay five percent of its gross receipts retroactively to April 2000. If Merrill and his brothers failed to do so within 90 days, then the mayor would kick them off [...]

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