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Help needed for start-ups

Press Release: Pensacola Chamber Calls on Angels to Focus on Capital for Technology Based Economic Development at the iTen Wired Summit PENSACOLA, Fla.- The Pensacola…

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Weekly Economic Development Update

From Charles Wood, Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce: # First the Good News – Our tech companies are continuing to grow despite the current…

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Levin inducted into Hall of Fame

Pensacola attorney Frederic G. Levin has been inducted into the American Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame. Levin was inducted in a five-member class along with…

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Pinks slips sent to Santa Rosa teachers

Santa Rosa teachers were mailed pink slips last week as Santa Rosa County School District tries to cope with shrinking budget. The teachers without tenure…

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Gas prices rise

Gasoline prices jumped 9 cents last week. The average price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline in Florida was $2.09 on Sunday, compared with…

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Elebash misstates facts in viewpoint

C.C. Elebash misstates the facts in his March 28 PNJ viewpoint, “Start slow with park infrastructure “: “The CRA would now have negative cash flow…

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Elebash costs fire pension $3 million

I’m not serious, but that would be how Elebash, Fairchild and others would be spinning the losses of the City Fire Pension, if Quint Studer…

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Elebash wants CMP, not stadium

Surprise, surprise. In his viewpoint in the PNJ today, C.C. Elebash wants the park infrastructure- roads, utilities, grading and environmental work-done, but nothing else on…

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Council passes Curbside recycling

Last the Pensacola City Council approved curbside recycling. Congratulations to last year’s Leadership Pensacola class who took this on as a project. They have succeeded…

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