Category Archives: Escambia County

City of Pensacola Data Breach

January 15, 2020 Re:      City of Pensacola Data Breach Dear (?):              The City of Pensacola reported a customer data breach on 12/9/19.  Mayor Robinson notified city residents of the breach by letter dated Jan 10, 2020, which may have … Continue reading

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Grover’s Proclamation

That “vindictiveness at the city is over” is like saying “all dope smoking at employee’s desks will be prohibited from now on.” His “reassignment” of city personnel for efficiency reasons should not be confused with reassignment of those employees for … Continue reading

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What A Scene It Was

Yesterday, the elderly new city administrator was helped to the front door of city hall to meet the new residents of the hall. Lined up outside were all of the guys from the city’s past. With walkers, canes, Geritol to-go … Continue reading

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White Men Partners Announcement

Arnold Kowiskiful has presented the City of Pensacola with a stunning opportunity. He proposes the development of a sex toys production and distribution facility at the Port. He promises 13 new jobs! The plan is for the products to be … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE GOVERNOR

Outzen: Governor my name is Rick Outzen and I am a local journalist. I was responsible for spearheading the drive to kill the fish hatchery here Governor: I did not know that, what is your name again? Outzen: Richard Outzen, … Continue reading

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CONGRATULATION

To Quint Studer and all those who helped him kill a 20 million dollar investment in our community with the accompanying loss of jobs, research to protect our fisheries and an educational tourist attraction. He couldn’t have done it without … Continue reading

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A Sad Day for Pensacola

The trial judge dismissed the lawsuit regarding the fish hatchery. It was a correct interpretation of the law. The lawsuit had no merit. But, Mr. Studer may have effectively killed the fish hatchery. And, no, Ms. Meyers, the state is … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Bad News

Former candidate for the Presidency of the United States, Rick Outzen (Arizona 2008 primary) and former candidate for the city council, Maren DeWeese, announced while holding hands within minutes of the Mayor’s decision not to seek reelection, that they too … Continue reading

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Three Blogs by Escambia County Commissioner Bergosh

Jeff Bergosh is County Commissioner for Escambia County, District 1. The following links are to his blog, jeffbergoshblog.blogspot.com — the words and the research are his… Timeline of Raises at the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office A Review of the BCC’s Answer to … Continue reading

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Just Do What Mr. Studer Wants Done with the Hatchery

Brian Spencer should not be faulted for doing what his client, Mr. Studer wants. For the rest of the Council however, reneging on a contract, especially with the State of Florida, could have dire consequences for our city. Casually tossing … Continue reading

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