A Wednesday workshop to discuss proposed changes to the Pensacola City Council's rules and procedures prompted a symbolic "mouth-gagging" protest by citizens who oppose a reduction in public input.
Attorney Doug Sale will assist the Pensacola City Council and its executive, Dr. Lila Cox, to revise the council's rules and procedures.
Judge Scott Duncan said that he was constrained by the narrow scope of the original lawsuit, so his September 28 order stands as written.
Is the power to make inquiries granted to the city council, but not to individual council members? That's the question Councilwoman Myers would like to have answered.
On Monday morning, in Circuit Court Judge Scott Duncan’s courtroom, Mayor Ashton Hayward and Councilwoman Sherri Myers squared off in a legal battle over separation of powers.
According to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, the city's auditor selection process violated state law. Shouldn't someone have known better?
On Sunday, the latest addition to Pensacola's Veterans Memorial Park was dedicated: the Marine Aviation Memorial Tower.
The officers' bargaining unit of the Fraternal Order of Police has agreed to terms they will now take to the rank and file for ratification.
The city's audit committee confirmed its choice of Warren Averett O'Sullivan Creel, rejecting a protest about the ranking process by Saltmarsh Cleaveland & Gund.
At the prompting of Councilwoman Sherri Myers, the Committee of the Whole voted to request an opinion from the Attorney General on the legality of the "invalid" audit RFP.
The city's audit committee will recommend Warren Averett O'Sullivan Creel to conduct the city's mandated annual financial audit.