Posted in State & National News

Panel to interview Murzin for Public Service Commisson spot, Aug. 28

A state panel is expected to nominate candidates for two spots on the Florida Public Service Commission after conducting interviews Aug. 28 in Miami. The…

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Posted in Politics

Murzin makes the cut for Public Service Commission

A nominating panel Thursday decided to interview 16 candidates, including current Commissioner Julie Brown, for two upcoming vacancies on the state Public Service Commission. The…

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Posted in Buzz News

Buzz: Late night phone calls

My phone rang several times late last night on several topics. Here the rumors that seem to have some legs – but understand they are…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Transparency Challenge for District 2

The race in the Republican primary for Escambia County District 2 is a dogfight. The top candidates – incumbent Gene Valentino, former County Administrator George…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics

Buzz: Murzin to enter Commission District 2 race

Before the day ends, we hear that State Rep. Dave Murzin will drop out to his State Senate race against Greg Evers and Mike Hill…

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Posted in News Politics

Buzz: Charlie Crist will suspend Gene V.

Two more phone calls received late last night: 1) Gov. Charlie Crist will suspend Commissioner Gene Valentino because of the indictment. 2) A source close…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola Politics

Another view of Monday’s meeting

We asked one of our college interns/free lancers to attend the Monday meeting on consolidation to offer up what she saw and heard. Some of…

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Posted in Politics

IN Your Head TV, 2/22/10

The guests will be State Rep. Dave Murzin and potential Pensacola mayor candidate, Lumon May. We might have some big announcements.

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Posted in News Politics

Tick, tick…Consolidation plan deadline approaches

The local legislative delegation will vote on Feb. 22 whether it will present a consolidation bill to the state legislature. All bills must be be…

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