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Value of fish hatcheries challenged

Local environmentalist Christian Wagley has challenged Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute CEO Don Kent’s claim that the institute’s hatchery replenishment program in California has been successful. In…

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A Port Niche and Other Items

by Jeremy Morrison Mayor Grover Robinson had a good bit to say about a number of things during his weekly press conference Monday. He spoke…

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Bruce Beach ribbon cutting on Saturday

Press Release: Mayor Ashton Hayward would like to invite the community to join him for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Bruce Beach, 601 W Main…

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Bruce Beach clean-up planned for July 18

From Ann Hill for City Council District 6 Campaign” DETAILS: Ann Hill, candidate for City Council, is partnering with Keep Pensacola Beautiful, The Tanyard Neighborhood…

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Scott: The $18-million fish hatchery to stay in Escambia County

Gov. Rick Scott today told PNJ reporter Kevin Robinson that the $18.7 million for a fish hatchery will stay in Escambia County, which must be…

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What now for Bruce Beach

The city of Pensacola has an opportunity to “activate” its waterfront at Bruce Beach if the Pensacola City Council agrees with Mayor Hayward and will…

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Fish Hatchery lease to be cancelled

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has requested the City of Pensacola terminate its $50/year lease to build a fish hatchery on Bruce Beach, according…

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Judge grants rehearing on Fish Hatchery lawsuit

Circuit Judge W. Joel Boles has granted Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth a rehearing on their lawsuit against the City of Pensacola, its CRA and…

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Rehearing motion filed re:Bruce Beach lawsuit

Robert Emmanuel, the attorney for Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth, has filed a Motion for Rehearing in the lawsuit regarding the lease of city-owned Bruce…

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