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Crossing government lines

The discussion on Sam Hall’s stance on ECAT – that it should bring a better operational plan before the City Council approves a dedicated funding…

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Hall explains vote against gas tax for ECAT

Pensacola City Councilman Sam Hall explains his vote against helping to fund ECAT on his blog. Hall objects to 1) ECAT’s performance with the money;…

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Argument for Mass Transit

The Air Quality Study by Georgia Tech indicates the greatest health risks come from congested roads. The tendency is to want to have a big…

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MOBy makes a good point

Today PNJ columnist Mark O’Brien makes a good point about city councilmen and county commissioners needing to be bold. I would push the point even…

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County missed the ECAT bus

Our research is revealing more to the ECAT funding issue than what has been reported by the Escambia Board of County Commissioners. The City of…

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Battle of the bears

Yesterday’s meeting between the Pensacola City Council and the Escambia Board of County Commissioners was a battle of the bears – Commissioner Mike Whitehead and…

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Get real, EC

The daily newspaper reports that Escambia County plans to trade Pensacola the Escambia County Area Transit system for the West Florida Public Library System. Get…

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County dumps buses

With no prior notice to the Pensacola City Council, the Escambia County Commission voted to dump the money losing Escambia County Area Transit on the…

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$300,000 choices

According to Mark O’Brien’s column, ECAT needs $300,000 to stay in operation two more months. That figure – $300K – has popped up a lot…

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