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Picnic Protest at City Hall

A protest/no-money yard sale/picnic is scheduled for tomorrow on the Pensacola City Hall lawn, prior to the Pensacola City Council meeting. “It is a protest,…

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Closing the Loop on the CRA

When it came time for the Community Redevelopment Agency report during the May 9 Pensacola City Council meeting, Councilman Brian Spencer—who also serves as the…

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CMPA Looks at Bylaws

A number of motions were thrown onto the table this afternoon during the Community Maritime Park Associates’ Bylaws Committee special meeting. Members shied away from…

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Myers: Table ‘Aggressive’ Panhandling Proposal

The Pensacola City Council will be discussing a proposed ordinance this afternoon aimed at “aggressive” panhandling. It is the final proposal in a collection of…

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Approving Beck and Eating B.S.

The Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees voted today to forward a proposed lease agreement with Justin and Greg Beck for the park’s parcel…

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Home(less) Schooling

Prior to considering the collection of proposed ‘no camping’ ordinances currently on their table, members of the Pensacola City Council were provided with a presentation…

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Parcel One and the Taxman

While members of the Community Maritime Park Associate’s Audit and Operations Committee forwarded a proposed lease with Beck Property Company to the main board, they…

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Boy Scouts’ Late Night with City Council

After an expected 6-3 vote on the first ordinance, everyone knew how the rest of the evening would go. The Pensacola City Council would hold…

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At-Large and Homeless

The Pensacola City Council will consider this evening if the dropping of its two at-large seats should be put before voters, and also continue discussing…

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