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Hill: Gay is a choice (audio)

Here is the audio from State Rep. Mike Hill’s speech before the Women for Responsible Legislation where he denounces legislation that would protect the LGBTQ…

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City Council gives group special status

Last week, State Rep. Mike Hill was the featured speaker of Women for Responsible Legislation, which meets monthly in Pensacola City Hall. Hill, who failed…

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New fire code puts food trucks in jeopardy

Yesterday Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson called to explain that the state has adopted a new fire code that food trucks and mobile or temporary cooking…

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Presser notes: Another Hire, Too Many Overlays and the Y-Deal

By Jeremy Morrison In addition to announcing the hiring of the city’s new assistant administrator, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson also spoke about a forthcoming land-and-services…

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Scott talks hurricane preparedness

By Danielle Brown As hurricane season begins, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott and city and county officials urge residents to be prepared in a press conference…

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Fiddler chosen for city post

The City of Pensacola has selected Kerrith Fiddler as the new Assistant City Administrator, responsible for the oversight of the City’s community development departments including Public…

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Eight vie to be asst. city administrator

By Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola is looking for an assistant city administrator, a lieutenant of sorts for City Administrator Chris Holley. More than…

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Presser Notes: Oysters, Overlay & ‘Parochial Poison’

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly During this week’s press conference, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson dove into the politics of aquaculture, forecasts some DIB picks and also…

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City voters care more for needs of city than individual districts

According to a recent Inweekly/Political Matrix poll, city voters aren’t as concerned about their districts as they are about their city council representatives doing what’s…

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