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Ask Marty this question

If someone knocks on your door asking you to sign the Donovan petition, ask them what is their bond plan? The City is obligated by…

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Revoking petition signatures

I spoke with Supervisor of Elections David Stafford about how a voter can take their name off a Donovan petition if they no longer want…

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City ready to sale CMP bonds Dec. 9

City Manager Al Coby has notified the Pensacola City Council in a memo dated today the Redevelopment Revenue Bonds, Series 2009 A & B will…

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Two ironies

1. The anti-charter people tell us we should leave government to the city staff. The anti-park people tell us we can’t trust the financing plan…

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What is the CMP bond plan?

The bond financing plan recommended by staff and approved by the council uses New Market Tax Credits which will allow UWF to get $12,256,785 for…

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Buzz: Park construction will continue

I have been assured by several city council members that the City Manager and staff have figured out how to keep the construction work at…

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Rescission of rescission

Over 12 hours have passed since Tim Eagan rescinded his rescission of his agreement with the City of Pensacola that got him to rescind his…

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UWF wants to accelerate maritime museum

In a letter to the CMPA board, UWF President Judy Bense asks that Site A be delivered as an acceptable pad ready construction site by…

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Marty Donovan knew bond issue was more than $40M

We found the minutes from a March 27, 2006 special meeting of the Pensacola City Council. During the discussion of the bond issue, Councilman Marty…

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