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ECSO Prostitution Sweep (photos)

Last night, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office did a prostitution sweep of the county. Here are the photos of the johns and the prostitutes that…

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You read it first here

Today’s News Journal is like reading last week’s blog. Front page tells you that there is a signed developer agreement on the CMPA. It doesn’t…

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Beitsch reviews signed agreement

How does the developer agreement between the City and the Maritime Park Developers answer the concerns that City Manager Al Coby expressed to the Pensacola…

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Economic Development Update

From Charles Wood, Pensacola Chamber VP: * ATCOM Meeting – Our armed services department held their Defense Aerospace and Technology Committee (DATCOM) meeting last week….

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Buzz: CMPA has signed developer agreement

Last night, CMPA/City of Pensacola reached agreement with the proposed master developer, Maritime Park Development Partners. The agreement needs approval by the CMPA board and…

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Radical idea – invest in Pensacola

INVEST PENSACOLA This is a radical idea, one that really requires people thinking “outside of the box.” Why we don’t have the city pension funds…

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Dead birds on Palafox

Dead birds are dotting the sidewalk along South Palafox Street. It’s a strange, eerie sight. None have been given parking tickets…yet.

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Buzz: Purge coming at School District

There are rumblings that Escambia County Superintendent Malcolm Thomas will be moving his people into Administration. Several Jim Paul people will be not have their…

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Update on Stimulus package

From Jerry Maygarden: COMMUNIQUE CAPITOL HILL GROUP Wednesday, March 04, 2009 TALLAHASSEE—The process for distributing federal stimulus funds to state and local governments remains elusive….

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