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Good News at the Port – Again!

Here we go again – something good is going to happen at the Port of Pensacola. This time it is trade with Cuba. See the July 26, 2015 News-Journal report headlined “Pensacola has a history of Cuban Ties”. Actually, there … Continue reading

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Good Things Happening at the Port

Reference Pensacola News-Journal, June 15, Business section headline: “Port Director Miller optimistic about port’s future.” Actually, this is not news. Something good is always about to happen at the Port of Pensacola. Here are a few examples of past “good news” … Continue reading

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Enhancing Pensacola’s Renaissance

The economic future of our entire area largely depends on Pensacola’s renaissance. Surrounding communities will not reach their full potential unless the City thrives. Downtown Pensacola is the area’s legal, financial and cultural center, and the Seville Historic District is … Continue reading

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New Port Project

It is premature to celebrate the new Offshore Inland Marine project at the Port of Pensacola. Something good is always about to happen at the Port but rarely does. The City has to wait at least three years to find … Continue reading

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A Weak “Shot in the Arm”

Reference Carlton Proctor’s November 8 article entitled: “CMPA gets $491,602 shot in the arm.” (see image below) The article does not include significant related information. It does not mention the $2.6 million the City and its Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) … Continue reading

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