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How sad

The News Journal lets groups post articles to its website. There is one from Friends of the Community Maritime Park entitled “Promise made, promise kept:…

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Springdale set to open baseball park

The Springdale, Ark. held a referendum for a 1-cent sales tax to pay for a minor league baseball park in July 2006 – about six…

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No ruling on CMP funding

Another Thursday passes without the Florida Supreme Court issuing a ruling on whether or not Community Redevelopment Agencies can issue bonds using the tax dollars…

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Elebash has history against Studer, Park

Retired UWF professor C.C. Elebash, who wrote a viewpoint yesterday calling for the City to not build the baseball park, has a long history of…

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Save Our City lives

C.C. Elebash, retired UWF professor and the economic guru for the group formerly known as Save Our City, hasn’t given up his fight to stop…

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CMPA timeline for RFP

From Ed Spears: 12/28/07: Deadline for comments on the RFP 1/10/08, Morning: Owen Beitsch meetings with Design Criteria Team, UWF, Studer Group, Pelicans, GCAACC representatives,…

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Council moves ahead on CMP, sort of

Notes on the Pensacola city council’s discussion on the Vince Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park at its committee of the whole meeting: The Vince Whibbs…

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Surprise, city council delays another action

There are no surprises with the Pensacola City Council. Last night, the board known for its inaction voted to delay loaning the Community Maritime Park…

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DeVilliers Street extension

From: Ed Spears Neighborhood & Economic Development Administrator City of Pensacola Morning Rick – Hope all is well. FYI – the DeVilliers Street extension has…

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