Posted in Escambia County

Childers finds retirement contribution excessive

Clerk of Courts and Comptroller Pam Childers has reviewed the much publicized 401(a) annuity program offered to the county’s senior management staff and determined the…

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Posted in Pensacola

Randall sworn in as police chief

By Jeremy Morrison The chambers at Pensacola City Hall were packed for the swearing-in ceremony of Eric Randall, the Pensacola Police Department’s new chief. And…

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Posted in Politics

Presser Notes: PPD Gets a Chief, W. Cervantes Gets a Wall, Bayview Gets Paddlesports

by Jeremy Morrison The density of uniformed law enforcement officers was impossible to ignore. “Obviously, it either looks like there’s a crime scene here, or…

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Mayor stumped why county not collaborating on homeless

By Jeremy Morrison City officials have been working with local non-profit organizations to address the issues surrounding homelessness,  issues like services and food and shelter….

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Posted in Politics

Administrator did ask for legal input, but changes not made

Though the agenda item shows no legal consideration or sign-off for County Administrator Janice Gilley’s request to change public record disclaimers, the county has provided…

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Escambia County has trouble filling positions

CareerSource EscaRosa is hosting a hiring event for Escambia County jobs on Thursday, June 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 6913 N. 9th…

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Gilley makes up public records problem, continues to push myth

Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley continues to promulgate the belief that it’s a violation of Florida’s public record laws to release the IP address of…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County

Inhumane treatment of sick, older employees inside county HR

No life appears to be more disposable to the county’s HR than an older Black woman who worked 25 years for the transit system, been…

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Posted in Politics

Nightly lane closure begin tonight on Pensacola Bay Bridge

Drivers will encounter nighttime lane restrictions on the Pensacola Bay Bridge Thursday evening, June 10 through Friday morning, June 18 from 8 p.m. to 5…

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