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Maritime Film tells story of the park

With the help of Barnes West, we produced a film on the Vince Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park—how it started, who worked on it, why…

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What Charlie Fairchild said about Maritime Park in 2005

The year was 2005. Pensacola had finished a series of town hall meetings on a proposed community maritime park. Charlie Fairchild, C.C. Elebash and Marty…

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Charles Fairchild, secret partner with Donovan & Nobles

I acquired these emails from Save Our City & No Boss Mayor co-founder Charlie Fairchild to an out-of-town web designer. Looks like Charlie, Marty and…

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BTW: DC check deposited Nov. 2

On November 2 when the No Boss Mayor had released its challenge that both sides should tell the voters who is supporting each side of…

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Fairchild speaks

Charles Fairchild also addressed the Pensacola City Council to announce the formation of his latest Political Action Committee – “No Boss Mayor.” He tells the…

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Important points about Tallahassee City Council

Tallahassee only has five council members, if you include the mayor. Pensacola has ten, including the mayor. The Tallahassee city council members are at-large, meaning…

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What was the charter commission charged to do?

Charles Fairchild has a new pet phrase to fight the charter: “Review, not redo.” The insinuation is that the Charter Review Commission overstepped its charge…

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Caton video

Here is the video of former City Attorney Don Caton addressing the Pensacola City Council on the charter proposal during open forum. … The Tallahassee…

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Caton blasted Fairchild in 2003

During the debate over the first development plan for the Trillium property (2002-2003) –which was a staff proposal, not from the private sector— City Attorney…

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