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Presser notes: COVID, Scooters, Park

At his weekly presser, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said the percentage COVID-positive cases is up as are hospitalizations. “We’ve not been tracking hospitalizations, but I…

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Local cities receive block grants

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) announced grant awards totaling more than $3.5 million in Northwest Florida. Grant funding will be used to improve…

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Clerk having trouble collecting bed tax

Escambia County Clerk of Courts Pam Childers tried to deliver to the Board of County Commissioners her monthly report on Tourist Development (also known as…

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Posted in Pensacola Politics

Mayor’s letter to employees re: Wilkin’s retirement

As I posted this morning, Mayor Grover Robinson announced City Administrator Keith Wilkins’  retirement, effective Dec. 12. “This is something that we knew was going…

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Scooters coming to Pensacola

The City of Pensacola is partnering with shared electric scooter company, Bird Rides, to bring e-scooters to the city beginning Monday, July 19, offering residents…

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Council to consider three proposals for Maritime Park parcels

At its Thursday, July 15 meeting, the Pensacola City Council will consider three proposals submitted for parcels 4 and 5 at the Community Maritime Park:…

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City may make a Tiny House development possible

The Pensacola City Council’s agenda for Thursday, July 15 has been released. The council will  consider  whether to annex two vacant lots on Pace Boulevard at…

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Presser notes: ST hangar, Bruce Beach

At his weekly press conference today, Mayor Grover Robinson introduced his choice for city attorney, expanded on the expansion of ST Engineering Aerospace at the…

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Peppler goes to city

At today’s presser, Mayor Grover Robinson announced Assistant County Attorney Charlie Peppler is his pick to replace Susan Woolf as city attorney.    

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