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Council President seeks full council input on Hayward veto of budget analyst

From Pensacola Council President Brian Spencer: Mayoral Veto of #17-00186 Hiring of a Budget Analyst Although requests have been made of me as Council President…

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Council president responds to veto

Pensacola Council President Brian Spencer responded last night to Inweekly’s request for his position on Mayor Ashton Hayward’s veto of a council action to begin…

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Pensacola mayor vetoes something he can’t

Yesterday, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward notified Council President Brian Spencer that he has vetoed the Council action on March 9 regarding the hiring of a…

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Stafford warns council of adding too many charter amendments to ballot

Escambia Supervisor of Elections David Stafford is concerned that adding a lot of city charter amendments to the ballot might cause problems next November. May…

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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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Mayor supports Recall amendment, council staff not so much

From the Mayor’s Office: I believe that citizens should have a clear path to recall any elected official, and if this amendment helps clarify the…

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Consolidation Commission killed itself early

In an article on NorthEscambia.com, State Rep. Clay Ford says the Escambia County Consolidation Study Commission chairman Ken Bell disbanded the commission, which was actually…

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Two More Years

The state legislators should table the Consolidation Plan until the proposal is fully discussed by the voters and modifications made to it based on the…

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By District

Sam Hall’s District 2 canceled out Ron Townsend’s District 7: +84 vs. -79 PC Wu’s District 1 canceled out John Jerralds’ District 5: +241 vs….

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