Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Robinson, Gilley next speakers for CivicCon

The 2020 CivicCon Speaker Series will feature topics like water quality, housing strategies, creating a plan for trees and green scape in a community and…

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Posted in Caring Health

CivicCon tackles opioid crisis

CivicCon is bringing to Dr. Tom McLellan Pensacola 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21 at The Rex Theatre, 18 N. Palafox St. To attend, simply RSVP…

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Posted in Business

CivicCon: Three keys to civic success

James Fallows, author and correspondent for The Atlantic, last night at CivicCon offered to the audience of over 100 people what his travels have shown…

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At next CivicCon discover how towns are renewing civic and economic energy

Deborah and James Fallows will be our speakers at next week’s special CivicCon event. The husband and wife team authored the best-selling book, “Our Towns:…

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Posted in Business

Pensacola: ‘The Capital of…’

On Monday, I sat in the balcony of the Rex Theater and listened to bestselling author Andrew Davis talk about how thriving communities market themselves….

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Murphy: Show them there is a ‘place for themselves in Pensacola’s future’

Former Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy this morning spoke to a group about sixty community leaders about how Pensacola needs to determine how it fits in…

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Podcast: CivicCon update

Last week, Christian Wagley discussed the success of the first CivicCon event with Chuck Marohn and previewed the list of upcoming speakers.

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Posted in Business Escambia County Pensacola Politics

Three takeaways for CivicCon morning session

Over 80 city, county, state and community leaders this morning listened to Chuck Marohn, founder and president of Strong Towns, talk about how to make…

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