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ARB approves demolition; Mayor asks for a mulligan

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –The Pensacola Architectural Review Board green lighted the demolition of a nearly 80-year-old structure on Garden Street during a special meeting…

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Garden Street demolition reconsidered

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –A quintet of developers eyeing a mixed-use project on West Garden Street contend that an existing structure needs to be demolished…

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Saenger Theatre management considers options for new Palafox entrance

Press Release: The Saenger Theatre bid-out the installation of new Palafox entrance doors in order to facilitate implementation of employing metal detectors that were mandated…

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After Sunday House ruling, what happens with ARB

On Friday, Judge Gary Bergosh ruled that the city must issues a demolition permit for the John Sunday House because its Architectural Review Board failed…

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Judge rules demolition permit to be issued for John Sunday House

Judge Gary Bergosh has ruled in favor of the developers seeking to demolish the John Sunday House. It appears that the City of Pensacola’s Architectural…

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Studer: City boards need basic standard operating procedures [podcast]

Quint Studer, local developer and founder of the Studer Group, discussed on “Pensacola Speaks” how the City of Pensacola can improve its boards and advisory…

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Pensacola Speaks: Quint Studer on ARB and other city boards

Quint Studer will be my guest on the second half-hour of “Pensacola Speaks” on News Talk 1370 WCOA. The Studers have had several dealings with…

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City of Pensacola Architectural Review Board under scrutiny

The City of Pensacola’s Architectural Review Board has been under scrutiny for the past two months. The City is being sued by developers because the…

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City Attorney fails to offer affirmative defense in John Sunday House case

On Thursday, June 23, the Pensacola City Attorney Lysia Bowling filed the City of Pensacola’s response to the Petition for Declaratory Judgment and Injunctive Relief…

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