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Inweekly publisher on 1620 AM at 8:10 am

Apparently Councilman Larry Johnson attacked fellow council member, Sherri Myers, this morning on News Radio 1620 AM. I’ve been told he accused her of senility….

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Pensacola City Council, First Amendment: ‘You’ve gotta walk the walk’

On Thursday, the Pensacola City Council showed its confidence in Council President Brian Spencer in reaction to a letter Mayor Ashton Hayward sent regarding Spencer’s…

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Have you heard the one about the Pensacola City Council, vote of confidence, circus, First Amendment rights?

Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers has asked her fellow council members to pass a vote of confidence in favor of Council President Brian Spencer, whom Mayor…

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The Pensacola Confederate monument two-step

The Pensacola City Council did not vote to schedule a special meeting on the possible relocation of the Confederate memorial that is on city property….

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Council president wants meet to vote on holding a meeting on Confederate statue

Pensacola City Councilman Brian Spencer has responded to Mayor Ashton Hayward’s recommendation to hold a workshop for public input on the possible removal of the…

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Pensacola mayor recommends public workshop on Confederate monument

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward told Andrew McKay on NewsRadio 1620 that he is recommending that the Pensacola City Council hold a workshop to get public…

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Councilman Johnson wants to move Confederate monument

From the City Councilman Larry Johnson: “I want to join Mayor Hayward in condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and all other hate…

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Johnson wants to attract young talent to Pensacola City Council

Today, the Pensacola City Council will hold a workshop to discuss 11 proposed amendments to the Pensacola City Council. The News Journal published a viewpoint…

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Emerald Coastkeeper to seek amendment to tree ordinance

Emerald Coastkeeper Laurie Murphy said in her monthly report that she believes Publix could have saved some of the Heritage oaks on its site on…

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