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Fire Chief Saga: Where was Lysia Bowling?

According the city of Pensacola’s charter, the city attorney “serves as the chief legal adviser to, and shall represent, elected or appointed officials, boards and…

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Ever-evolving job titles of William ‘Rusty’ Wells

Rusty Wells has had four different jobs with the city of Pensacola over the past year. On Jan. 4 2015, Wells, who served as city…

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City Hall survivors thrive

When Ashton Hayward campaigned for Pensacola mayor in 2010, he talked a great deal about taking on the establishment and the “good old boys.” One…

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City Attorney transition process

Inweekly asked Mayor Grover Robinson to explain the process for the transition of city attorney position from Lysia Bowling to Susan Woolf. He said that…

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Who forced Hansen to resign and why he withdrew resignation

City Administrator Eric Olson and his special assistant, Rusty Wells, are the ones who insisted that Butch Hansen had to resign as the council’s budget…

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Wells retired and still got severance

On Sept. 7, the City of Pensacola released the personnel folder of former City Attorney Rusty Wells. Wells completed the Deferred Retirement Option program on…

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Wells told City Clerk invocation practice complied with Galloway decision

Inweekly received a copy of the legal opinion that Rusty Wells rendered on the City of Pensacola’s practice to have invocations at the beginning of…

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City officials reminded of racist past of PFD

During the public forum at the beginning of last Thursday’s Pensacola City Council meeting, several citizens spoke in support of the fire chiefs that have…

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Pensacola City Administrator’s February report: RESTORE, Recycling, UBER and more

A little after 10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, Pensacola City Administrator gave his monthly report to the City Council and citizens of Pensacola. He…

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