Tag Archives: Mayor Ashton Hayward
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
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
Bull headed, stubborn, aloof and won’t listen. This is how you build great cities? Maybe Mr. Studer should just walk up to our mayor’s office and say, “Come on down to one of the Studer meetings and tell us what … Continue reading
They were against it before they were for it, which explains why they are against it now. Are we headed for a different end than the lemmings?
May 5, 2014 — Letter addressed to Mayor Ashton Hayward and the Pensacola City Council from Quint Studer regarding Bruce Beach and The Fish Hatchery… Click on Letter for Full Size…
An excellent article that appeared in The Pulse, July 24, 2017 — OUR VIEW: NEWS JOURNAL’S NEGATIVITY ON NBA OPPORTUNITY IS BIZARRE AND TELLING Pensacola is one of two finalists to land the New Orleans Pelicans’ new NBA G League … Continue reading
Outzen has made a living out of effectively selling spots in his top 100 influence list. The last list was embarrassing to say the least. Selling praise is not all that bad because it is self-evident silly. His man-crush on … Continue reading
An open letter to the citizens of Pensacola from the Office of the Mayor… Letter available as a PDF here.
In 2012, some politically powerful people in North Florida secured the services of then Senator Don Gaetz to help them control 1.5 billion of funds that BP was expected to pay for the carnage to the Gulf Coast caused by … Continue reading
Ciclovia: Pensacola Open Streets Event The City of Pensacola is proud to support the inaugural Ciclovia Open Streets Pensacola event, on Saturday March 25th from 9AM to 2PM. Open Streets Pensacola is a free, safe, and inclusive event that will focus … Continue reading