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New Airport concessions still 77 days away

Mayor Ashton Hayward sent out an “Upwords” to give an update on the new food concessions at the Pensacola International Airport. According to Mayor Hayward,…

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Hayward announces own Quality of Life survey

Since 2007, Mason-Dixon Polling has conducted a survey to measure the attitudes of voters in the city of Pensacola and Escambia County on Quality of…

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Hayward issues statement on decision by Judge Gary Bergosh

Statement from Mayor Ashton Hayward regarding Bergosh ruling Yesterday, Judge Bergosh made a wise ruling which was extremely fair and equitable to both the City…

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Independent News requests Mayor Hayward hold a press conference on Pitt Slip leases

The time has come for Mayor Ashton Hayward to explain his position on the Pitt Slip leases and why he believes The Fish House and…

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And poof, Mayor Hayward rescinds his notification of default against The Fish House

Mayor Ashton Hayward has rescinded his notice that The Fish House and Atlas Oyster House owed the city five percent of their gross sales retroactively…

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Town Hall turnout showed power of social media

The Vickery Center was packed last night with citizens worried about the possibility of a Dollar General store coming to the corner of Spanish Trail…

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Homeowners will be at Vickery Center tonight to talk with Mayor about Dollar General issue

This email has been circulated by homeowner associations in the Cordova Park area: To all our Homeowners, Two residents brought to my attention that East…

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Burgess Road: dangerous passage for school children ignored by city hall

Burgess Road is a narrow street, majority of which is inside the Pensacola city limits, that has become a “cut-through” traffic for those avoiding the…

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Food Trucks are not unique to Pensacola, but need reasonable regulations

Imagine if all the Pensacola movie theaters fought to outlaw DVD rentals, if hospitals wanted a ban on open MRIs outside their facilities or outpatient…

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