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Wilson Robertson


What I learned Tuesday on IN Your Head Radio

January 8, 2014

Senate President Don Gaetz wants the voters in each county to hold referendums on what type of gambling they want in their communities. The Florida Legislature will be looking to pass a more comprehensive set of…

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Wilson Breaks Rib, Punctures Lung

July 23, 2013

Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson has a broken rib and punctured lung, but says he still plans to make it to Thursday’s commission meeting in order to discuss Sheriff David Morgan’s recent offer to continue running…

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Group Therapy with Dr. Touart

July 12, 2013

If tensions have been rumbling in the undercurrents of the Escambia County Commission, they bubbled to the surface yesterday in spectacular fashion. It began in the morning’s agenda review session, when Commissioner Grover Robinson—absent, attending an…

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Dogs, Chickens and Guns

February 22, 2013

The Escambia County Commission enjoyed a marathon session last night. The packed agenda included dogs, chickens and guns. After previously delaying the approval of two designated dog beaches on Pensacola Beach to allow time to plan…

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Gun Love in Escambia

February 20, 2013

Tomorrow, Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson will ask his fellow commissioners to adopt a resolution supporting the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. “I’m doing it to state that Escambia County—if I can get the votes—wants…

Escambia County News Politics

Wilson’s Town Hall

December 10, 2012

Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson will host a town hall meeting tomorrow night. The meeting will include a discussion about the upcoming Merlin Road drainage project and will conclude with an open forum. Lately, the District…

Escambia County News Politics

Life After Randy

October 30, 2012

With Randy Oliver gone, the Escambia County Commission must now decide who will take the reins as County Administrator. “I really can’t tell you for sure,” said Commission Chairman Wilson Robertson recently. During the board’s meeting…