Real News line-up for Wednesday, Sept. 1

The hottest topic in downtown Pensacola is the future of food trucks on city streets. We will have Downtown Improvement Board executive director Walker Wilson on at 7:02 a.m. for his perspective. Mayor Grover Robinson will be on the air at 8:15 a.m. to discuss his statement about the controversy.

The big headline over at the daily newspaper is the closing of the Hitachi Cable plant. FloridaWest CEO Scott Luth and CareerSource Escarosa CEO Marcus McBride will tell how the closure may end up with better-paying jobs for the displaced Hitachi employees.

D.C. Reeves will pre-file today run for Pensacola mayor today. He will be my guest at 7:45 a.m. He will be followed by DeeDee Davis who will take about 2008-09 city charter commission process at 8 a.m.

This is how morning News Talk Radio should be. The fun starts at 7:02 a.m.


3 thoughts on “Real News line-up for Wednesday, Sept. 1

  1. Gee, I wonder if a hero on earth exists who could POSSIBLY solve this food cart dilemma in the interest of small business, cottage industry, and craft beer? Does such a person even exist, one who could resolve such a fraught problem–what warrior magician could POSSIBLY appear to appease the raw fury of Ann Hill and the stealth malevolence of Grover Robinson?

    Clearly the City of Pensacola needs a hero, and one that isn’t afraid to rush right into the middle of this dangerous confluence of Food Truck Haters, raise a beacon to the City Council, and provide a safe haven downtown for all things good and vibrant. I wonder if we could dare to dream one will appear at Any Moment?

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