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Buzz: Triumph appointee

Who will be the next appointee to the Triumph Gulf Coast Board? Several names are being batted around: Frank White: former state representative who had…

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Posted in Business Environment

Public weighs in on Gulf Power coal ash permits

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The public will have a chance Wednesday to weigh in on a federal permit pertaining to a Gulf Power coal ash…

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Posted in Environment Politics

Mixed Bag at Triumph

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Interests vying for funding from Triumph Gulf Coast found mixed fortunes when the organization’s board met in Fort Walton Beach Dec….

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

Styrofoam cups, plastic bottles may be tossed From City Hall

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola may be taking a small, simple, somewhat symbolic step onto a greener path. Members of the city’s Environmental Advisory Board…

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Posted in Environment Escambia County

Eleven Mile Creek Basin project to receive $268,000 grant

Congressman Matt Gaetz today announced an Escambia County stormwater project will receive grant money from the U.S. Treasury Department. “The Office of Gulf Coast Restoration…

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Grover Robinson speaks out against offshore drilling [video]

On Feb. 8, a group of local environmentalist traveled to Tallahassee to attend the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s public meeting concerning the recently released…

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Posted in Environment State & National News

DEP opposes offshore drilling

Today, in advance of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s public meeting on the Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas leasing program today in Tallahassee,…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

Podcast: Fish migrated back into Carpenter’s Creek

On Monday, Emerald Coastkeeper Laurie Murphy reported that she had seen hundreds, if not thousands of mullet mixed with bream and bass in Carpenter’s Creek…

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Posted in Environment Escambia County Politics

Gaetz: Soup not ‘fully cooked’ on offshore drilling [podcast]

On Jan. 4, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke that the White House plans to allow offshore drilling for crude oil and natural gas…

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