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Councilwoman Myers sets ‘Come Hell or High Water’ town hall, April 26

Her February meeting was canceled because of a tornado. Councilman Sherri Myers promises this one will go as scheduled. From her flyer: It’s Your Money…

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Pensacola City Council member vs. City Hall to get help for Dunmire Estates

Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers had a difficult time getting the mayor’s office to respond to the havoc caused in Dunmire Estates by Tuesday’s tornado. Myers…

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Pensacola City Hall did not realize it had tornado damage initially

Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers told Inweekly that City Administrator Eric Olson had no idea that city residents had any damage from the Tuesday tornado until…

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Pensacola City Council speaks out on investigation of fire chiefs

Pensacola City Councilman P.C. Wu spoke first on the investigation of the fire chiefs, during the “Council Communications” segment of the meeting. “Sixty years of…

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Council members wait for more info before debating radio tower quagmire

Inweekly shared with the Pensacola City Council the two legal opinions from John Asmar regarding the non-conformity of the new, larger radio tower built in…

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Lobbyist registry is back up for consideration

Over year ago, Mayor Ashton Hayward announced that he wanted to establish a lobbyist registry, the issue is coming before the Pensacola City Council. In…

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Council Week concludes, the episode about the charter

by Jeremy Morrison Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward came out swinging Thursday night, as City Councilman Charles Bare led an effort to wrest some of the…

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Council to discuss removal of CMPA board members

The Pensacola City Council has a long day next Monday. They will hold a Community Redevelopment Agency meeting, Agenda Review and a workshop on the…

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Move to Amend meets on Wednesday

Northwest Florida Move to Amend will have a steering committee meeting 6:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15 at Tryon Public Library, 1200 Langley Avenue. They…

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