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Various Codes of ethics for the City of Pensacola

The 2010 City Charter mandated the establishment of a code of ethics. Mayor Ashton Hayward and his staff drafted a code that was approved by…

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City voters overwhelmingly want ethics reform

In a poll last month, City of Pensacola voters said they support ethics reform in local government. The News Journal reported on the survey conducted…

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Don Gaetz suggests Community Code of Ethics

Former Florida Senate President Don Gaetz discussed ethics in government with community leaders today during an Advocacy Lunch & Learn sponsored by the Studer Community…

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Ethics and the City Council

The Pensacola City Council will hear from Planning Board member Scott Sallis on Thursday. Unfortunately, the council will not hear from the planning department about…

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City of Tallahassee passes ethics amendment

About two-thirds of Tallahassee voters approved yesterday, 38,968 to 19,431, a city charter amendment that creates a seven-member ethics board with the power to investigate…

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Text messages could become public records for city officials

Councilwoman Sherri Myers sent out a press release this morning regarding amendments that she is proposing to the city’s code of ethics. She wants to…

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Council passes panhandling ordinance

By Brandy Volovecky The Pensacola City Council voted to approve an ordinance to the city code that would prohibit aggressive panhandling in downtown Pensacola at…

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