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Crime at A and Jackson St.

Calls received with dispositions in 2009 in the four block area that includes A & Jackson streets. There were 933 calls – which breaks down…

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Can Pensacola reduce reserves to avoid tax increase?

City Finance Director Richard Barker has argued that it’s the best practice of the Government Finance Officer Association (GFOA) to have no less than two…

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Improving use of minority vendors

The Pensacola City Council’s Finance Commitee will discuss today the recommendations made by the Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Ad Hoc Committee on MGT of America…

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Pensacola Promise keeps rolling

Councilwoman Maren DeWeese and her committee continue to work on Pensacola Promise Plan. They expect to complete their work by the end of the month…

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Gang Forum

Press Release: Sacred Heart Trauma Center, Escambia County Sheriff’s Office to Present Forum on Gangs in Our Community PENSACOLA, Fla. – The Sacred Heart Trauma…

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Perdido Bay Tribe heads to capitol

Press Release: PERDIDO BAY TRIBE TO PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL NATIVE HIV/AIDS AWARENESS EVENT AT FLORIDA CAPITOL MARCH 19TH Chief Bobby Johns Bearheart will present declaration…

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Bare launches mayoral campaign

Press release Charles L. Bare Launches Campaign for Mayor of Pensacola and Calls on all Candidates to Sign “Transparency Pledge” PENSACOLA, FL – Today, Charles…

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Phantom jobs

WUWF radio interviewed State Sen. Don Gaetz this morning on how the legislature will balance the budget this year. Gaetz talked about phantom jobs –…

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City Council not serious about jobs

We hear it everywhere: The number one priority for this community is jobs. Nearly every city council member will tell you that. However, the City…

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