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Final Environmental-Seat Lists

Escambia County has released the final list of nominees for the environmental representative on the RESTORE Act advisory committee. A finalized list of organizations which…

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Work, It’s For the Dogs

The Escambia County Commission will consider this week if two contract kennel technician positions should be changed from contract to full-time jobs. Currently the county…

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And the Nominees Are …

With this afternoon’s deadline approaching, Escambia County has released an updated list of nominees for the RESTORE advisory committee’s environmental seat. A list of organizations…

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League Pushes Elections Reform

As election supervisors across the state request that Gov. Rick Scott and state legislators reassess election laws, the League of Women Voters of Florida are…

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Evers and the Clays

Local lawmakers sat center stage last night as government officials and citizens bent their ears on a variety of topics. The Escambia County State Legislative…

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The Green Seat

Escambia County has issued a list of organizations that have, to date, met the qualifications to participate in the selection of an environmental representative to…

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Creating a ‘Competitive and Compatible’ LDC

The Escambia County Commission terminated the Land Development Code Advisory Committee Tuesday, charging county administration and staff with studying nearby counties in order to produce…

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A Little Fuzzy in the Nebulas

Before authorizing the mayor to execute a $2 million Economic Development Transportation Project Fund Agreement between the city of Pensacola and the Florida Department of…

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The Price of Peace and Quiet

Hashing out the specifics of a possible noise ordinance, some members of the Escambia County Commission flinched upon hearing the $2,000-plus price tag for decibel…

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