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In depth: Public safety

Pathways for Change CEO Connie Bookman headed the public safety category for the mayoral transition team. Here are explanations for her recommendations. •Make a dedicated…

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Transition Team recommendations

Three months ago, Mayor Grover Robinson tasked a dozen community leaders to review 11 areas of city governance and provide recommendations for both immediate and…

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Buzz: Sisson departs city hall

Sources at Pensacola City Hall have told Inweekly that Chief Human Resources Officer Edward Sisson is no longer working at the city. No word if…

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State of Black Pensacola

UWF Haas Center study found African American community growing a faster rate than the white sector, but education is “still at the bottom of the…

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Andrade town hall report

By Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly –Freshman state Rep. Alex Andrade gathered District 4 elected officials Tuesday for a Town Hall meeting to discuss much-needed improvements. About…

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YMCA looking to leave Langley

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly There was little talk Monday night of the city of Pensacola’s youth soccer complex proposed for property currently home to the…

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Grover’s blueprint

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Three months into his term, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson is providing what could be considered a blueprint for his time in…

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Robinson to replace 15 key management positions

At the mayor’s press conference this morning, City Administrator Chris Holley announced that Mayor Grover Robinson would be replacing 15 key management positions over the…

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Budget item may be not eligible for referendum

A reader pointed out the charter doesn’t allow petitions from citizens to force reconsideration of budget items. Section 7.03. Power of Referendum. Within sixty (60)…

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