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City removes Corinne Jackson marker from Corinne Jones Park

The Corinne Jackson marker has been removed from Pensacola’s Corinne Jones Park. The marker, which misidentified African-American icon Corinne Jones, the first director of the…

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Plaque controversy: Corinne vs. Corrine, Jackson vs. Jones

On Tuesday, Dr. Gloria Horning sent an email on behalf of the Tanyard Neighborhood Association to CRA Director Helen Gibson regarding the Corinne Jackson plaque…

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Government Pond near completion

The work on the Corrine Jones-Government Street stormwater pond is near completion, according to a drone video posted to the city’s Facebook page. Construction on…

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Five years ago, Mayor Hayward held a town hall in the Tanyard area

There was a time when Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward was not afraid to hold open meetings in neighborhoods and discuss ideas freely. This is a…

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Tanyard residents seek answers

By Sammi Sontag Inweekly At a Tanyard neighborhood meeting held at the Corinne Jones Resource Center Thursday evening, Pensacola City Councilwoman Jewel Cannada-Wynn listened to…

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Cannada-Wynn hosts town hall in Tanyard neighborhood

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward may not like facing this constituents in a town hall format, but Councilwoman Jewel Cannada-Wynn is willing to pick up the…

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City of Pensacola blames ECUA for raw sewage in Tanyard

Yesterday, ECUA executive director Steve Sorrell blamed the raw sewage flowing on DeVilliers Street one block west of Pensacola City Hall on the failure of…

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ECUA confirms raw sewage caused by City of Pensacola stormwater failure

Inweekly obtained this email between ECUA board member Lois Benson and ECUA Executive Director Steve Sorrell. We had earlier reported that the human waste on…

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City decision may have led to flooding Tanyard neighborhood with raw sewage

The Escambia County Utilities Authority’s Tim Haag reported that the cause of raw sewage overflowing in the Tanyard neighborhood a block west from City Hall…

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