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‘Discuss the Search,’ part 2

Sandra Ward, interim executive director for the Downtown Improvement Board, said today’s special meeting will facilitate a review of the top two finalists for the…

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‘Discuss the Search’

The Downtown Improvement Board will meet this afternoon to discuss the search for an executive director. The field has been narrowed from more than 180…

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City of Mobile has downtown club issues, too

Mobile Press Register: The owner of the Alabama Music Box believes the boundaries of a proposed entertainment district that excludes the music venue is another…

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Hooper Visits DIB

The chairman of the now disbanded Mayor’s Urban Redevelopment Advisory Committee sat down with the Downtown Improvement Board this morning to discuss the committee’s recent…

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DIB on MURAC Report

The Downtown Improvement Board is embarking on a search for a new permanent executive director. When the board began discussing the recently released report from…

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Councilman Pays for Party

Gallery Night will run until midnight. At least this month. During this morning’s Downtown Improvement Board meeting, Pensacola City Councilman Brian Spencer ponied up $2,500…

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DIB to Discuss Gallery Night, MURAC

The Downtown Improvement Board may be having some meaty conversation during its meeting tomorrow morning. The agenda includes a discussion on Gallery Night logistics, as…

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Peacock Disputes FOP’s Statement

Downtown Improvement Board member John Peacock is disputing the local police union’s version of a Gallery Night incident it brought before the Pensacola City Council…

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Sidewalk Rules: DIB’s Version Recommended

Taking a look at proposed regulations governing outdoor cafes, the Pensacola Planning Board decided yesterday to embrace changes suggested by the Downtown Improvement Board. Most…

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