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YMCA Deal Get the Green Light

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Changes are afoot across northeast Pensacola’s recreational landscape. The city of Pensacola is moving ahead with a proposed soccer complex off…

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Bridge Name Game

By Danielle Brown, Inweekly Tensions ran high among Escambia and Santa Rosa County citizens in the final public meeting over renaming the Pensacola Bay Bridge….

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Posted in Pensacola

Town Hall: Y swap questioned

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly One topic dominated the city of Pensacola’s District 1 town hall Wednesday evening at the Vickery Community Center: the potential land-and-services…

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Posted in Escambia County

Underhill sued over FB comments (update)

Editor’s note: County Attorney Alison Rogers emailed me this: “…the BCC recently voted to totally repeal the County Commissioner Technology policy, so it is no…

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Posted in Pensacola

Roundabout by the Bay

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Designed with traffic flow and safety in mind, the planned roundabout at the foot of the Pensacola Bay bridge will dramatically…

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City puts Y- documents online

Documents related to the property exchange and use agreement between the City of Pensacola and YMCA are now available online as part of the backup…

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City survey reveals five troubled departments

While Mayor Grover Robinson has tried to survey the recently released city employee engagement survey, the report did reveal five city departments that will need…

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Posted in Education Politics

Poll: Locals not fond of school vouchers

In a recent InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 643 likely Escambia County voters, we found that less than 40 percent supported using school vouchers to pay…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

Presser: Water bottles and drive-bys

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly There was considerable ground to cover Monday morning during his weekly press conference, but first Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson needed a…

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