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Pensacola loses out again

On Thursday, February 15, President Bush signed into law – H.J.Res. 20, which provides FY 2007 appropriations through September 30, 2007, for continuing projects and…

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Who may bid on Maritime Park?

Here are the vendors who got requests for qualification packets for the Vince Whibbs Community Maritime Park: Vendor List pdf

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CMPA report to City Council

To: Mayor and Members of the Pensacola City Council From: Lacey A. Collier, Chairman //LAC Community Maritime Park Associates, Inc. Board of Trustees Date: March…

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Referendum for health care

HEALTHY TAX How do you solve the costly and unhealthy problem of the uninsured in Escambia County? Access Escambia supporters believe one answer is a…

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One more time….with feeling

I posted this as a comment at the end of one of the Suter posts and thought it might help to post again here. Our…

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And then there was one

And that one is Dave Murzin. As soon as W.D. Childers left the state legislature, its leaders set up the Panhandle districts to keep weaken…

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Ford wins – sweeps GB

Gulf Breeze totals: C. V. (Clay) Ford (REP) 1,027 (80.5%) Elizabeth Campbell (DEM) 249 (19.5%) Escambia County 45 of 45 Precincts Reporting* C.V. (Clay) Ford…

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Ford ahead

In Escambia Co. 43 of 45 precincts C.V. (Clay) Ford    5,744    (52.5%) Elizabeth Campbell    5,198    (47.5%)

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Jerry’s Cajun on fire

Just got a phone call. Pensacola’s favorite Cajun Rest. on Ninth Ave is on fire. Fire trucks are working to put it out but most…

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