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May Supports Terry Nomination

Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May said this afternoon that he supports Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward’s decision to name Bentina Terry as the city representative to…

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Hayward Nominates Terry for RESTORE

By Jeremy Morrison Mayor Ashton Hayward has called for a special Pensacola City Council meeting tomorrow to consider his new nominee for the city’s seat…

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New Airport Exec Nominated

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has nominated Gregory Donovan to serve as the next director of the Pensacola International Airport. He will seek confirmation from the…

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Penzone Lost in Gray Area

With three days left to meet an end-of-the-month deadline, the Pensacola City Council today walked away from David Penzone, the mayor’s choice to represent the…

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Messer: ‘Reevaluate the Role’

City Attorney Jim Messer sent an email to various Pensacola officials this morning concerning the parameters of his role. The email seems to have been…

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RESTORE Committee Taking Shape

Escambia County Commission’s RESTORE Act advisory committee is beginning to take shape. While the full committee will reveal itself by the end of the month,…

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Landfill Fire ‘Smoldering’

Escambia County is still working the Cove Landfill fire. While the health advisory issued is still in effect, progress is reportedly being made. “Made good…

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Doughnuts with Council

It was an early morning for the Pensacola City Council. Councilman Charles Bare brought hot doughnuts, but there was barely a chance to eat them…

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Last Night’s RESTORE Conversation

The Pensacola City Council will continue its conversation this morning over Mayor Ashton Hayward’s pick for Escambia County’s RESTORE Act advisory committee. Last night it…

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