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$2-million Bone of Contention Buried

By Jeremy Morrison The moment was as awkward as it was climactic. Toward the end of a special meeting of the Community Maritime Park Associates,…

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Email shows Studers intended to use UWF refund for stadium

The timeline published by the PNJ misses some key points and critical correspondence between the city, CMPA and the Studers: The Master Lease between the…

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Reeves: No one on CMPA board believes two pledges by Studer

IN reporter Jeremy Morrison interviewed today CMPA board member Jim Reeves who is the board liaison with the CMPA attorney Ed Fleming. Here is Jeremy’s…

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Pinellas County gets serious about gun violence

St. Pete Times reports local leaders in Pinellas County have announced a new partnership of the SPPD, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and State Attorney’s Office…

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Old Pensacola government moved too slow

Louis Cooper reports in the daily newspaper that Avalex Technologies will be moving soon into its new headquarters in south Santa Rosa County. It was…

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Legal opinion: City Council can’t hire

City Attorney Jim Messer has issued his legal opinion on the power of the council to hire council staff. According to Messer, “If a power…

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Upcoming Council issues: Charter, Attorney (video)

The Pensacola City Council also discussed hiring its own attorney and getting help on understanding the city charter. Council members Maren DeWeese, Sam Hall and…

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ECUA gets things done. Old City Hall not so much

For the past five years, there have been three big projects on the drawing board: Relocation of the Main Street Sewage Treatment Plant, Downtown Technology…

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Messer advises City Council (video)

City Attorney Jim Messer advises the Pensacola City Council on the charter and how conflicts can be resolved. His tone is professional and candid. He…

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