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Thursday a.m briefing

More Testing Sites FDOH-Escambia announced a new drive-thru testing site at Pensacola State College Warrington Campus, 5555 Highway 98 West. It is free to all…

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DIB offers Parking Amnesty Week, Dec. 17-25

From Dec. 17-25, there will be no charge to park in a metered parking space on downtown Pensacola streets, the Downtown Improvement Board announced this…

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Robinson had no vote on Downtown Parking program

Escambia County Commissioner Grover Robinson last night told Inweekly he was surprised that Drew Buchanan, who is running for mayor against him, had blamed him…

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Buchanan blames Robinson for downtown parking problems

The gloves are already off in the Pensacola mayor’s race. Former PulseGulfCoast.com owner and mayoral candidate Drew Buchanan has sent out a press release calling…

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New DIB parking system in full effect

On March 1, Downtown Pensacola began implementing its new rate structure for parking downtown, in conjunction with turning over parking management duties to New Orleans-based…

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DIB seeks input on downtown parking

By Sammi Sontag INWEEKLY With downtown Pensacola growing rapidly there has been a burning need to increase parking and the Downtown Improvement Board and Structured…

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Latest on parking at Vinyl Music Hall

Curt Morse, executive director of the Downtown Improvement Board, went on “Pensacola Speaks” to clear up confusion over Vinyl Music Hall blocking off parking spaces…

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Posted in Pensacola Politics

Pensacola mayor pushes downtown parking problems to volunteer board

Last week, the Pensacola News Journal wrote about concerns of a high-rise condominium being built on a city-owned parking lot. When asked about the impact…

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DIB seeks volunteers and ideas for 2017 events

Downtown Improvement Board Executive Director Ronald Butlin said the organization that serves businesses and residents in a 40 block area of downtown really, really needs…

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