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PYP affirms support of maritime stadium

Press Release: Pensacola Young Professionals today affirmed a decision made in 2006 to support the Community Maritime Park. Kristine Karsten, President of Pensacola Young Professionals,…

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Charter votes

Supervisor of Elections David Stafford reports that 7,990 ballots have been received by his office, about 1,600 today alone. He believes that about 14,000 votes…

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More PEDC notes

The meeting was heavily attended. All PEDC members were present: Gene Valentino, Sam Hall, Century Mayor Freddie McCall, Comm. Kevin White, Councilwoman Maren DeWeese, Mort…

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Internship Pensacola

Internship Pensacola is currently seeking local business partners for our program’s Summer 2009 session. We encourage businesses from all sectors to participate in this outstanding…

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Real estate seminar a success

Over 75 people attended our first-ever housing seminar last night. The seminar, “Pre-contract to Post-Closing”, was co-sponsored by Escambia-Santa Rosa Real Estate Council, Pensacola Young…

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Will PYP wake up for Charter review?

The Pensacola city council is looking to diversify its Charter review commission. Council members have been asked to nominate and eventually appoint a black male,…

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IN Your Head Radio 5.20

Because it takes them nearly a 1,000 years to biodegrade, many cities across the globe, including San Francisco, Oakland and soon Paris and all of…

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PYP, LEAP win on curbside recycling

The Pensacola Young Professionals and Leadership Pensacola Class of 2008 won big yesterday when the ECUA board voted for a compromise measure that would allow…

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Open thread: PYP

The press release by the Pensacola Young Professionals on their upcoming meet-and-greet with elected officials/city administration generated several comments. What is going on with PYP?…

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