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Bowling paid $91K to trade jobs

The buyouts of the holdovers from the Hayward administration has begun. Former City Attorney Lysia Bowling, who has worked for the city since April 2015,…

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Presser Notes: ST, soccer and safer streets

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –After patching together must-have funding commitments for Project Triumph last week, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said the city’s hopes for the…

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Poll: Pensacola wants to know facts about investigation of fire chiefs

A InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 444 likely Pensacola City voters conducted over the weekend found residents overwhelmingly want Mayor Grover Robinson to investigate why former…

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County pitches in on Titan

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson secured an additional $5 million from Escambia County Thursday night for a jobs and infrastructure project at…

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Council narrowly approves more Titan Money

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –The Pensacola City Council narrowly approved committing another $5 million to the so-called Project Titan — a jobs and infrastructure project…

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Crime down in Pensacola

Violent crimes in the City of Pensacola were down during the 2018 calendar year, according to the FLDE.  The property crime rate was down 4.2…

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Mayor promises to establish an independent personnel board

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson this morning committed to establishing an independent personnel board after listening to a presentation at the mayoral transition team meeting History…

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FYI: Some Fla. cities move Confederate monuments

The Lakeland City Commission agreed to go ahead with moving its Confederate monument after a federal lawsuit by Confederate heritage groups was dismissed. The groups…

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Town hall set for Feb. 19

Sherri Myers, Pensacola City Council, District 2 is hosting a town hall meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 regarding Carpenter’s Creek.  The meeting will provide…

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