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Fire Chief Saga: Where was Lysia Bowling?

According the city of Pensacola’s charter, the city attorney “serves as the chief legal adviser to, and shall represent, elected or appointed officials, boards and…

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Hayward beefed up Bowling’s severance package in August

According to records released yesterday by the City of Pensacola, former Mayor Ashton Hayward modified City Attorney Lysia Bowling’s employment agreement just three months before…

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Bowling misses out on Brownsville post but a finalist for El Paso job

Pensacola City Attorney Lysia Bowling missed out on the city attorney position of the City of Brownsville, Texas, but she is a finalist for a…

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City attorney a finalist for Brownsville, Texas job

Pensacola City Attorney Lysia Bowling is among the four finalist to become attorney for the city of Brownsville, Texas. The other finalists are Brownsville Municipal…

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Video shows no disparaging remarks toward City Attorney

A review of the video of the Pensacola City Council’s special meeting held on Sept. 20 revealed no disparaging remarks made any of the council…

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Pensacola mayor chastises council president and public

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward isn’t happy with how the public treated City Attorney Lysia Bowling at the Sept. 19 council meeting.  He was so upset…

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Next up: ECUA emergency storage tank in North Hill area

Last Thursday, the Pensacola City Council voted to hold a special meeting regarding the Emerald Coast Utility Authority’s proposed storage tanks on North Palafox Street….

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Bowling tries to outline how she controls outside law firms

City Attorney Lysia Bowling is fighting Councilwoman Sherri Myers’ effort to put in stricter controls over the city’s outside legal contracts. Myers wants no more…

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Breaking news: Myers proposes repeal of anti-panhandling ordinance

Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers notified Inweekly that she plans to ask her fellow council members to repeal the anti-panhandling ordinance passed earlier this month…

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