Posted in Escambia County Pensacola Politics

Video: Hot Stove Politics in Escambia and Pensacola

On Jan. 8, I was invited to sit in with attorney Bill Rankin on his television show “Within Reason.” Segment One – Ernie Lee Magaha…

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Posted in Escambia County News Politics

A Building Named Ernie Lee

The Escambia County downtown complex was renamed yesterday. It is now the Ernie Lee Magaha Governmental Complex. During an afternoon ceremony, a crowd of about…

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Posted in Escambia County News Politics

Magaha Governmental Complex

Escambia County’s downtown complex will be formally unveiled this week as the Ernie Lee Magaha Governmental Complex. A ceremony will be held Thursday at 3…

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Posted in Escambia County News Politics

Magaha Governmental Complex?

The Escambia County Commission will  consider waiving policy this week in order to rename the county’s downtown complex in honor of the outgoing clerk of…

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Posted in BP Disaster Escambia County Politics

SRIA misuses beautification funds

The Santa Rosa Island Authority has a beautification fund. Has the SRIA used that fund to buy equipment to get the tar balls and oil…

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No more cuts by Magaha

Spoke with Lisa Bernau, Chief Deputy for Escambia County Clerk of Courts/Comptroller Ernie Lee Magaha, about the change in funding for the Clerk that will…

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Cuts may be coming to Clerk offices

Here is a story that we will follow up on today. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Gov. Charlie Crist signed a bill that changes how…

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Magaha addresses staff reductions

Clerk of Courts Ernie Lee Magaha has written a letter to the Chief Judge Kim Skievaski, BOCC Chairman Marie Young, Public Defender James Owens, Sheriff…

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Holley retires, comes back in Jan.

Escambia County Tax Collector Janet Holley retired this month. There wasn’t any big announcement, no appointment by Gov. Charlie Crist to replace her. She didn’t…

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