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Some history on Perdido Key Master Plan and DPZ

In the recent release of DPZ emails, Marina Khoury, DPZ’s partner, objected to how PNJ reporter Emma Kennedy referenced how her firm was fired by…

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COVID-19 Tuesday noon report

The Escambia Board of County Commissioners voted, 5-0, this morning to re-open the public beaches 30 minutes before sunrise on Friday, May 1 — with…

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Perdido Key, Pensacola Beach open; Orange Beach, Gulf Shores closed

Yesterday, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a health order Thursday that closed all beaches and put limitations restaurants, hospital visitors and day cares. She ordered…

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Perdido Key named most underrated small town in America

The Active Times on MSN.com listed Perdido Key at the top of its “40 Most Underrated Small Towns in America.” Perdido Key was spotlighted for…

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Perdido Key – Wildlife Destination of the Year

The Luxury Travel Guide recognized Perdido Key as the Wildlife Destination of the Year for 2017.Perdido Key, as few may know, is filled with hidden…

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Commissioner asks for a safety stand down at the Perdido Key helicopter pad

“Aviation is one of the most dangerous businesses in the world,” said Escambia County Commissioner Underhill at this morning’s agenda review. “However, good business practices…

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Perdido Key Master Plan presented and debated at Planning Board

For nearly two decades, Escambia County and Perdido Key residents have argued over a master plan for development on the barrier island. Some issues still…

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Perdido Key Master Plan Workshop set for Feb. 16

Escambia County will hold the next Perdido Key Master Plan workshop 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the Escambia County Central Office Complex conference…

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Podcast: Underhill says infrastructure is key to economic development

Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill came on “Pensacola Speaks” yesterday to give us an update on what is happening in the southwest portion of the…

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