Posted in Caring Politics

Move to Amend Silent Vigil, tomorrow noon

Move to Amend press release: Our democracy and many of our people are threatened by hidden funding of overly-conservative causes, candidates and groups! The Supreme…

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Posted in Escambia County Health

More psych beds needed

AHCA has published the need for adult, children and adolescent psychiatric beds as well as adult substance abuse beds for July 2025. The agency says…

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Posted in Pensacola

Update: City of Pensacola cyberattack

Press release: The City of Pensacola’s computer network suffered a cyberattack during the early morning hours of Dec. 7, 2019. The city took immediate steps…

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Posted in Education Escambia County

New Pleasant Grove school moves forward

The new Pleasant Grove elementary school just took another step toward reality and Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill is, in the words of Escambia County…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Escambia District 3 picked up most voters since May 2019

  Escambia County  added 4,046 from May 31, 2019 to Dec. 31, 2019.  The most voters were added to Commissioner Lumon May’s District 3, 1,025…

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Posted in Politics

Recreational pot proposal shelved for 2020

By Jim Saunders TALLAHASSEE — Pointing to a “narrow timeframe” for meeting petition-signature requirements, backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to allow recreational marijuana use…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: Lovoy love

This week, city council will decide whether or not to approve Mayor Robinson’s selection of Amy Lovoy as the city’s finance director. Lovoy came to…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: Possible Paddle Battle

Pensacola is currently seeking to establish a regional paddle trail in local waterways, complete with a designation from the Florida Paddling Trails Association as a…

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Posted in Pensacola

Presser notes: $17 million question

Last summer, the Pensacola City Council decided to refinance $40 million of debt associated with the Community Maritime Park and then borrow $17.7 million to…

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