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How to spend $18 million

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Pensacola officials are currently mulling over how best to spend $18 million in the downtown core. A suite of four potential…

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Pensacola mulls street improvements

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Potential improvement plans for a trio of streets in the heart of Pensacola were unveiled to the public during a Tuesday…

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New construction showing up in city property valuations

According to the latest estimates from Property Appraiser Chris Jones,  property valuations in the city of Pensacola have increased $234 million (6.9 percent) over last…

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Mayor cared about CRA plan in 2014, but not a CRA vote for hatchery

A review of the video of Community Redevelopment Agency meeting on the March 13, 2014, revealed that Mayor Ashton Hayward and his administration understood that…

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Spencer challenges LBJ viewpoint, defends Urban Design Associates

Pensacola City Councilman Brian Spencer believes that his fellow councilman and business partner, Larry Johnson, was off-base in his criticism on the council’s decision to…

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No Fix for Hicks

The nut of the issue lay in Pensacola City Councilman P.C. Wu’s primary reason for not wanting to tinker too much with the city’s efforts…

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CRA to seek more public input on Hawkshaw parcel

For the second time in two months, Councilman Charles Bare made the motion to turn down all the proposals for the Hawkshaw property on south…

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Closing the Loop on the CRA

When it came time for the Community Redevelopment Agency report during the May 9 Pensacola City Council meeting, Councilman Brian Spencer—who also serves as the…

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Quick Hix Nix

It was a light, quick affair. It was the end of the Hixardt deal. For now, anyways. “We want Pensacola to stay our home,” Mike…

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