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Outfield Aircraft Carrier?

What’s next for the Community Maritime Park? How about a 1,067-foot long aircraft carrier off of right field? There is currently a push, and accompanying…

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Council Considers CMPA Seats

The Pensacola City Council tomorrow will be considering candidates for two seats on the Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees. Two weeks ago, members…

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Goodbye Ernie, Hello Pam

Prior to yesterday’s county commission meeting, Pam Childers was welcomed aboard with an oath of office ceremony. Childers recently began her term as Escambia County…

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The Land Plan

On the other side of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, the Pensacola City Council will be considering annexing and acquiring a number of properties….

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The Thus-Far At-Larges List

Today is the final day to submit nominees for the two at-large seats on the Escambia County Commission’s RESTORE Act advisory committee. The nominees thus…

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RESTORE Math

The Escambia County Commission is expected this afternoon to sign on to the latest formula agreed to for the county-level RESTORE Act pot. “It isn’t…

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Old Enough to Drink?

During next week’s Pensacola City Council Committee of the Whole, council members will be considering possibly green lighting alcoholic beverages at a senior center. Currently,…

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Gay-Straight Club at B.T. Washington

The Escambia County School District recently got its first gay-straight alliance club. The organization—with a stated mission to “make schools safer for all students”—is at…

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DIB Director Finalists

The Downtown Improvement Board will soon be interviewing finalists for its executive director position. “We’ve got it down to two,” DIB Interim Director Sandra Ward…

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