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Move EOC to Beach, Key or Downtown

BTW: I am boycotting the EOC – a facility set up miles away from our beaches, a facility that was built to be a bomb…

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Aronberg challenges BP Barbie

State Senator Dave Aronberg, a Democratic candidate for Attorney General, was in town yesterday. He spent part of his day at the Escambia County Emergency…

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Lives lost at Deepwater Horizon

In all the media coverage and the BP spin, we can so easily lose sight that 11 people died in the April 20 explosion at…

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Doing nothing is better than dispersants

According to Deepwater Horizon Incident Joint Information Center, “the Department of Defense’s Modular Aerial Spray System (MASS) aircraft flew multiple missions—dispensing the same dispersant chemicals…

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Rick’s Rant: BP, I am your huckleberry.

The story behind the BP community outreach centers and HAZMAT training:

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Outtakes: The Real Pensacola Tea Party

Can history repeat itself? Will Americans again rise to overthrow an oppressor that has threatened their freedom and quality of life like they did at…

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What to Expect from BP

Past Experiences With BP May Point To Future Issues While Northwest Florida prepared for the over five million gallons of BP crude oil set to…

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DEP questions Okaloosa plan, too

There is a pattern here. BP gets kudos in the media around the world for its community outreach efforts in the Florida Panhandle. County officials…

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Grover and Goodin met with BP in D.C.

I spoke with Escambia County Commissioner Grover Robinson this morning about his and Santa Rosa Commissioner Gordon Goodin’s meetings with the Coast Guard and British…

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