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Escambia Eyes ECAT

Since March, Escambia County Director of Human Relations Tom Turner has been interviewing mass transit employees following complaints about the system’s management company. “Right or…

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Firefighters, City Continue Discussion

Local firefighters and city of Pensacola officials continued discussions today over contract negotiations. An agreement has yet to be reached. “They discussed they’re high-point issues…

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City, Police Union Reach Agreement

Following the Pensacola City Council’s unanimous approval of agreements between the city and the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 71, Mayor Ashton Hayward and police…

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Apologies and Subpoenas

While there was no commitment to an investigation, the Pensacola City Council did decide to continue exploring. “It’s not about guilt or innocence, just fact-finding,”…

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Council to Discuss FOP Request

The Pensacola City Council will consider during today’s Committee of the Whole meeting if it should investigate Mayor Ashton Hayward after the local police union…

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Third Party Mystery, or Larkin’s Leftover Leak

Last week, Rob Larkin, Esq., a Tallahassee attorney handling the contract negotiations between the city of Pensacola and local police union, said a city councilman…

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Treading Uncharted Waters

By Jeremy Morrison… Members of the Pensacola City Council have some questions following the local police union’s request to investigate Mayor Ashton Hayward following an…

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Mayor’s Gallery Night Statement

The mayor issued the following statement today, following the local police union’s request last week that the Pensacola City Council investigate him for misuse of…

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Bonus Question

  Some City of Pensacola employees—those in the AFSCME union—will receive their Christmas bonuses as part of their regular paycheck. Union leaders and members let…

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