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Council to consider three proposals for Maritime Park parcels

At its Thursday, July 15 meeting, the Pensacola City Council will consider three proposals submitted for parcels 4 and 5 at the Community Maritime Park:…

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Council debates maritime park proposal

By Jeremy Morrison Raising concerns about finances, the potential for gentrification and “opportunity hoarding,” the Pensacola City Council cast a collective sideways glance at the…

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New proposal shows value of incentives

For the past few years, several locals have argued that economic development shouldn’t need incentives –  no property tax abatements (also known as edates) or…

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Maritime Park workshop: Planning in public

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Taking a moment to reflect following Thursday’s Pensacola City Council Workshop focused on future plans for the remaining properties at the…

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Maritime Park wins state award

The Vince J. Whibbs Sr. Community Maritime Park won the Award of Excellence in the Open Spaces category from the North Florida chapter of the…

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Soul Bowl this weekend

Celebrating it’s fifth year, two inner-city youth sports leagues are taking to the field in the yearly football shootout for bragging rights, unity and friendly…

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Community Maritime Park up for award

The Urban Land Institute, a nonprofit research and education organization, has selected the Vince Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park as one of three finalists for…

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Vince J. Whibbs, Sr. statue unveiled at Maritime Park

On Saturday, family and friends honored the late Vince Whibbs, Pensacola’s Mayor Emeritus, at the Community Maritime Park. The Whibbs family unveiled a statue of…

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Buzz: Rickety fence could cancel UWF scrimmage at Maritime Park

We’re hearing that the fence (shown above) could force the cancellation of the UWF football scrimmage planned at the Maritime Park stadium for Oct. 17….

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