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PPD Chief Eric Randall interview, October 2021

By Jeremy Morrison Inweeky: So, how long exactly have you been on the job? Four months? Chief Eric Randall: What day are we in —…

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Mobility Week starts Friday

The City of Pensacola encourages residents to participate in The Florida Department of Transportation’s Annual Mobility Week, a celebration of making smart, efficient and safe…

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Real News podcast: Ethics and the Law

The Pensacola News Journal recently attacked the Levin Papantonio Rafferty law firm for representing the Escambia Board of County Commissioners in a dispute with County…

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Presser Notes: ‘Every Single Thing We Want to Do’

By Jeremy Morrison With two meaty items falling on the Pensacola City Council’s table this week, Mayor Grover Robinson used his regular weekly presser Monday…

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DIB Seeks Finance Committee member

Pensacola’s Downtown Improvement Board is looking for a new member for its Finance Committee. The Pensacola Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) is a dependent special agency…

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Presser Notes: No MOU, FEMA Funds & Scooter Stunts

By Jeremy Morrison With a stretch of wet weather moving through the region, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said city streets were looking good thus far,…

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Presser Notes: Soccer Success, Campout Transition & COVID

by Jeremy Morrison Prior to getting into the meat of his weekly presser Monday morning, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson turned things over to Brian Wyer,…

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I-110 Homeless Camp stays for now

City Will Work to Transition Away From Site by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The homeless encampment underneath a downtown stretch of Interstate-110 overpass can remain in…

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Footprint in the Sand

Pensacola’s Energy Assessment Measures Municipal Energy Usage by Jeremy Morrison Pensacola’s long-awaited environmental assessment has arrived. This week, the city unveiled its baseline greenhouse gas…

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