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Oops, another washout at Government Street Regional Stormwater Facility

The ribbon cutting for the much-anticipated Government Street Regional Stormwater Facilty, which has been schedule for Feb. 17, hit a snag during yesterday’s downpour. The…

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Hayward visited Tanyard site

Mayor Ashton Hayward yesterday told NewsRadio 1620 that he had visited the Government Stree/Corrine Jones Stormwater project that is behind schedule but expected to be…

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More photos of Government Street pond, sidewalk collapsed

We drove over to the Government Street Stormwater Pond, which is two blocks west of Pensacola City Hall. The easternmost end of the pond has…

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Tanyard streets flooding

Councilwoman Sherri Myers called to say the Tanyard neighborhood that streets around Mayor Ashton Hayward’s Government Street Stormwater Pond are flooded. “We paid $4 million…

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Pensacola: Morris Court and Tanyard topics of Fricker meeting

Pensacola City Councilwoman Jewel Cannada-Wynn met with her District 7 constituents Wednesday at Fricker Resource Center to primarily discuss what should be done about the…

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Pick which projects are west or east of Pensacola City Hall

“I’m very concerned, Rick, that I don’t normally see construction sites this sloppily at the Pensacola Beach area, or in the downtown of Pensacola,” Emerald…

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Coastkeepers opens investigation into Pensacola stormwater project [podcast]

Emerald Coastkeeper Laurie Murphy yesterday visited the City of Pensacola’s Government Street stormwater project. She talked about her initial findings on “Pensacola Speaks.” “I’m very…

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BP settlement could be good news for Corrine Jones project

In July, County Administrator Eric Olson told the Pensacola City Council that the proposed Government Street Regional Stormwater Pond at Corrine Jones Park was placed…

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