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HR Nightmare

Bus Driver Gets COVID, Fired and Fights to Win Back Job by Jeremy Morrison An Escambia County Area Transit driver who contracted COVID last year…

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June 3 BCC discussion transcript

Here’s the pdf on the Escambia Board of County Commissioners’ discussion of the 401(a) annuity program. We’ve highlighted the statements made by Commissioner Lumon May….

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Barry, May don’t want back pay for themselves

Both Steven Barry and Lumon May yesterday told Inweekly that they wouldn’t accept any back pay regarding the 401(a) annuity retirement plan. Still, they want…

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Barry waits until June 17 to discuss Gilley’s job performance

By Jeremy Morrison Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry says “there’s not one specific reason” why he called for a discussion regarding County Administrator Janice Gilley’s…

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Local entities handle retirement options better

How do other local government entities inform their employees of the retirement plan options and any changes? Commissioner Doug Underhill’s position is the county’s HR…

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Pension debate uncovers another Gilley goof

The hot topic at the Escambia Commission meeting on Thursday, June 3, was the pensions for the county’s senior management and the commissioners. According to…

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Gilley’s Gauntlet

Escambia Administrator’s Contract Up For Discussion By Jeremy Morrison When Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley returns to work from her trip out of town, she…

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Buzz: Gilley’s employment future up for discussion

The word on South Palafox is Escambia County Administrator Janice Gilley may have to face a job performance evaluation when she returns from vacation. The…

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Suggestions for Bicentennial time capsule

In commemoration of Florida’s Territorial Bicentennial and Escambia County’s 200th Anniversary, the 200th Anniversary Commission is seeking the community’s input on items to place in a time capsule…

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