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Pensacola begins the big shutdown

Inweekly covered Mayor Grover Robinson’s afternoon presser that included Commissioner Lumon May, Escambia DOH director Dr. John Lanza, and heads of the county’s three hospitals….

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Mayor shuts down dining service for restaurants, only takeout allowed

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson held a press conference this afternoon to announce Declaration of State of Emergency 20-02, which closed on-premises service of customers.for “all…

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Posted in Health Pensacola

City updates on services, community centers and meetings

City Community Centers, Programs to Close to the Public —Meal Pick-ups for Seniors to Continue Due to concerns related to COVID-19, the City of Pensacola…

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City has online permitting

Today, the City of Pensacola launched MyGovernmentOnline permitting and inspections software, which will enhance the application submittal, plan review and inspection experience for contractors and…

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Presser Notes: Responding to Tymar Crawford video

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson declined for months to view the video of a July incident during which a Pensacola Police Department officer shot and killed…

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Posted in Business Pensacola

More presser notes: marinas, ice

Politics of Public Marinas Last week, the Pensacola City Council approved a lease for the area known as the Pitt Slip, which includes a marina….

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Posted in Crime Guns Pensacola

Mayor Robinson, how is Pensacola gun task force going?

Early Sunday morning, a man was shot in downtown Pensacola at near the intersection of Jefferson and Government streets. Where is gun violence task force?

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Posted in Crime Escambia County Pensacola

Timeline: County had a Gun Crime Response Team in 2012

The last time Escambia County had a multi-agency task force targeting gun-related crimes was seven years ago. Sheriff David Morgan announced the “crime response team”…

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Why did city officials want to destroy Deputy Chief Glover?

In 2005, then-Battalion Chief Joseph Glover and Lts. Jose Cobb, Paul Johnson and Derek Streeter filed a federal discrimination lawsuit suit against the City of…

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