Posted in Escambia County

Underhill hit with public records, first amendment lawsuit

PENSACOLA: On the day Escambia Circuit Court Judge Stephen Pitre dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed against Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill, the District 2 commissioner…

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Poof! ECAT special district vanishes

PENSACOLA: The Escambia County Area Transit Authority special district has been dissolved. The Escambia County Board of County Commissioner scrapped the special district overseeing mass…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

ECAT melodrama: Underhill changes tune, workers speak out

The ECAT/Underhill melodrama continues. The Board of County Commissioners will consider today repealing the dependent special district.

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Underhill uses special district vote to push his anti-ECAT agenda

PENSACOLA: Last night, WEAR TV made it seem that the dissolution of the Special District for ECAT would amount to the county taking control of…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Workers protest county takeover of ECAT

PENSACOLA – On the eve of the Escambia Board of County Commissioners’ Oct. 3 meeting, Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) workers today will hold a…

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Posted in Education Escambia County Pensacola

Tufts University: PSC students voted at higher rate during 2018 midterm election

PENSACOLA:  During the 2018 midterm election, 42 percent of Pensacola State students voted ─ compared to 39.1 percent voting rates of students from other U.S….

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Posted in Education Escambia County

ECSD 2004 internal audit report questioned the sale of McReynolds school

Inweekly has reviewed a May 2004 internal audit report of the Jackie Harris Pyramid School of Learning (JHPSL)- currently called Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy. The…

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Posted in Business Environment Escambia County

Should FDEP cut IP a break?

PENSACOLA–Following the explosion at the International Paper mill in Cantonment in 2017, Jackie Lane began to notice something different in Perdido Bay. “It just immediately…

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Buzz: Meet new ECUA director

PENSACOLA–Sources have shared that Rebecca Shelton, P.E., is on track to be the next executive director of the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority. Shelton is currently…

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