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African Chamber Issue Held Off

After a lengthy discussion, City Council decided to fund roughly $205,000 for economic development for the 2010-2011 fiscal year, but made no promises as to…

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How does Nobles/Donovan petition stop the stadium?

That is the question I would like answered. The petition is on the Pensacola City Council vote approving the Design-Build contract with Magi Construction, which…

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How did Marty & Charlie try to defeat the park in 2006?

While working on another a project, I came across the mailer that Marty Donovan, Charlie Fairchild and Save Our City mailed out before the 2006…

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What Charlie Fairchild said about Maritime Park in 2005

The year was 2005. Pensacola had finished a series of town hall meetings on a proposed community maritime park. Charlie Fairchild, C.C. Elebash and Marty…

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Plethora of Political Forums

Monday, July 19: Republican candidates for Escambia County Commission, District 2, will be held at 7 p.m. July 19 at the Perdido Bay Community Center,…

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Chamber Candidate Forum

July 2010 Candidate Forums The Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a series of candidate forums in July 2010 to be moderated by…

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Donovan/Nobles petition will cost City $12M

Ed Gray, head of the Capital Trust Agency-CDE, made it clear today that if the multi-use stadium is pulled out of the Community Maritime Park…

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Maritime Park Design-Build Contract

The Donovan/Nobles political action committee, Park Yes Stadium No, the purpose of its petition is reconsideration of the measure as follows: “That City Council approve…

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If Marty and Jack didn’t like the stadium…

The right to petition a Pensacola City Council decision is not one that should be taken lightly. If the citizens have voiced their concerns in…

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