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Presser Notes: Packing In the Campout, People Power & COVID Lite

by Jeremy Morrison Much of Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson’s weekly press conference Monday morning was devoted to the impending dissolution of the homeless camp currently…

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City eyes e-scooter revisions

by Jeremy Morrison To curb inappropriate usage of electric rental scooters in the downtown area, the city of Pensacola is looking to tighten up some…

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DIB not enjoying the Scooter ride

by Jeremy Morrison It appears that the downtown Pensacola business community doesn’t much care for scooters. Or at least they don’t like the current state…

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Making Stormwater Beautiful

City Plans Market Street Greenway by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The stormwater pond near the intersection of Market Street and Summit Boulevard is not one of…

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DIB to discuss Bird scooters

by Jeremy Morrison What is the most positive impact of having a scooter program in downtown Pensacola? How about the most negative impact? These are…

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Pensacola has a Scooter Problem (w/ video)

By Jeremy Morrison A few months into its relationship with Bird scooters, and the city of Pensacola is experiencing what Mayor Grover Robinson has referred…

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Pensacola to plant 300 trees

Plantings Rooted in Hurricane Sally Damage by Jeremy Morrison To replenish the area’s tree canopy, the city of Pensacola will be planting approximately 300 trees…

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Tennis & Trees

by Jeremy Morrison After wading into the public discussion, Pensacola City Council President Jared Moore surfaced with two, not necessarily conflicting, takeaways. “So, obviously we…

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Pensacola preserves precious public boat slip

by Jeremy Morrison By all accounts, there is a dearth of public boat slips in the proximity of downtown Pensacola. That is still the case…

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