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Moby choices

Am I the only one who notices PNJ columnist Mark O’Brien is in an O’pine rut? I guess when it’s raining, he can’t walk over…

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Unlimited building for Perdido

The Escambia County commissioners voted last night to remove the residential building cap for Perdido Key. Currently, a maximum of 7,150 residential units are allowed….

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Who will replace Johnny Rogers

The daily newspaper reports, as many suspected, that Santa Rosa County Superintendent of Schools Johnny Rogers will retire and not run for re-election in 2008….

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Pensacola mill hurts IP profits

The Associated Press reports that International Paper reports solid international demand. However: The company said global demand for paper and packaging continues to grow, but…

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Squeezing every penny

The Gulf Breeze City Council voted last night at its executive session to make drivers involved in an accident pay a special fee. According to…

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Commander’s Palace coming to Destin

There once was a time were Pensacola got the top new restaurants. Every year we added something new and exciting. Now all the excitement is…

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A county with vision

Sorry, it’s not Escambia or Santa Rosa. The Hillsborough County Commission voted Wednesday to spend $500-million over the next five years to widen roads, improve…

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Conflicting info on beach red clay

Not to beat a dead horse… but my source from the county says that the red clay on Pensacola Beach was trucked out there from…

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Red clay follow up

from IN editor Duwayne Escobedo: Red clay is not allowed to be used for the base in road construction on Pensacola Beach because of fear…

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