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PNJ continues to push for vote

It’s now a front page issue for the daily newspaper. They want the legislative delegation to reconvene and vote for the Consolidation plan. They offer…

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Wiggins files for mayor

Mike Wiggins stopped by the office just a minute ago. He is on his way to file for mayor. No word yet on Lumon May…

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City Businesses suffer in 2009

The City Council Finance Committee will review the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended Sept. 30, 2009. The City’s enterprises, its businesses –…

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Pensacola wants mediocrity

We’ve written about the numbers of young professionals leaving the area because of the lack of opportunity. Well, the seniors aren’t happy either. Shared a…

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Who makes more than $100K at City Hall?

Through a public records request, we got the list of City employees that make more than $100,000: Al Coby, City Manager $144,996.80 Rusty Wells, City…

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What should be mayor’s salary?

The Pensacola City Council will vote on Thursday to set the mayor’s salary at $100,000. What do the county constitutional officers make? Clerk of Courts,…

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Cutting funds for non-profits

The Pensacola City Council is faced with an estimated $1.8 million deficit in the fiscal year 2010-11 budget. Instead of looking at how it may…

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Deadline on tax credits set for CMPA

The Capital Trust Agency Community Development Entity, has sent a letter to CMPA, UWF and the City setting Feb. 8 as the deadline for the…

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Consolidation fails to get council approval

The Pensacola City Council vote, 5-4, against telling the state legislative delegation that they support placing the proposed consolidation plan on the ballot next November….

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