Posted in Business Pensacola Politics

40-year port lease up for council approval

Tomorrow, the Pensacola City Council will vote on a 40-year lease for a new tenant at the Port of Pensacola. On the surface, the deal…

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Council notes: Streamline hits some drag

City Officials Ask if Port Deal Smells by Jeremy Morrison City officials look like they’re going to take it slow on a potential boat manufacturing…

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Posted in Pensacola

Yawn, another port study

Yesterday, I wrote how the Hayward administration and the Pensacola City Council talked about Complete Streets for seven years without getting anywhere. Downtown got a…

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A Port Niche and Other Items

by Jeremy Morrison Mayor Grover Robinson had a good bit to say about a number of things during his weekly press conference Monday. He spoke…

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Posted in Environment Politics

Mixed Bag at Triumph

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Interests vying for funding from Triumph Gulf Coast found mixed fortunes when the organization’s board met in Fort Walton Beach Dec….

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No Port vision plan on council agenda

According to the timetable presented to the citizens in June, the Final Vision Plan and Reinvestment Strategy for the Port of Pensacola was to be…

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Moffatt and Nichols study is not the one the council wanted

For $99,000, Mayor Ashton Hayward has hired Moffatt & Nichols to solicit citizen input and help create a vision for the future of the Port…

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Port of Pensacola had been in discussions with Incoa since first of the year

On February 5, Port Director Amy Miller gave the Pensacola City Council an update on the Port of Pensacola. Miller listed unders key prospects a…

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Mayor should call town hall meeting on Incoa proposal

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has on the table a deal that could bring a $100-million investment to the troubled Port of Pensacola, create $5-million annual…

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