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Studer shares outline for Transition Team

Quint Studer sent the following letter to Mayor Grover Robinson that outlines the work to be done by transition team: Grover, Thank you for attending…

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Four-way Stop coming to Tarragona

Mayor Grover Robinson this morning announced at his press conference that the city will install a four-way stop at the intersection of Tarragona and Intendencia…

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Pedaling Road Diets

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly– The architectural renderings are pretty, but at this point they are only the fever-dream visions of cycling enthusiasts and Complete-Street wonks….

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Mayor Robinson to host weekly press conferences

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson has invited the media to join him for “Monday’s with the Mayor.” Starting Monday, Dec. 3, Robinson will begin holding weekly…

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DIB offers Parking Amnesty Week, Dec. 17-25

From Dec. 17-25, there will be no charge to park in a metered parking space on downtown Pensacola streets, the Downtown Improvement Board announced this…

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Mayoral transition team digs in

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Pensacola’s new mayor got to work little more than an hour after being sworn in. As one of his first official…

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City Survey: Satisfaction scores drop in 11 of 14 categories

On the last day of Mayor Ashton Hayward’s administration, the mayor’s office released the 2018 Community Survey conducted by the UWF Haas Center. In announcing…

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Studer heads mayor-elect’s transition team

Pensacola mayor-elect Grover Robinson has asked Blue Wahoo and Studer properties co-owner Quint Studer to head his transition team. “Quint has agreed to do so…

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Robinson next Pensacola mayor, Hill and Moore join council

Grover Robinson won the mayor’s race with a 55.8 percent of the vote. Jared Moore and Ann Hill will be the new council members, winning…

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