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8

Jan

2020

Library Board Opening

The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners is seeking county residents interested in volunteering to be considered for an appointment to the West Florida Public Library Board of Governance.

Resumes should be submitted to Todd J. Humble, Director, West Florida Public Libraries, 239 N. Spring St., Pensacola, FL, 32502 or by email to tjhumble@mywfpl.com.

2

Jan

2020

Beach Events Fill 2020 Calendar

Pensacola Beach’s event calendar runs the gamut from quirky and quaint to powerfully patriotic. The year splashed in with the Polar Bear Plunge and before the goose bumps can go away there is a half marathon. King cakes, wig wearing bushwacker drinking partiers and the wildest pajama party in the world – the Krewe of Nauga’s Champagne Breakfast and Native Noontime Ball are all in January. The Chamber and the SRIA host a bash for snowbirds. Beach Babes saunter across the Shaker stage and Bananimals chefs vie for the title of best chilli cook. The last day of the month pits trivia fans against each other at the Church while the sticky marshmallow filled moonpie is honored at Bamboo Willie’s at the Nereids’ party.
 

12

Dec

2019

Volkert Engineers Answer Roundabout Plan Design Questions -

Volkert engineers provided answers to SRIA questions regarding the Pensacola Beach Congestion Management Plan Design third phase which includes roundabouts and pedestrian underpasses.

11

Dec

2019

Escambia Extension Agent Wants to Hear from you -

Where should the county extension office focus its time and resources to educate the public?
Programs to foster improved habitat, increased local seafood and indicator wildlife, and nature tourism opportunities. 
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Pensacola Beach Advocates Host Spring Break Meeting

Event date: 2/4/2020 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Export event


The goal is to reduce incidents of underage drinking, public intoxication, blocked roadways and other issues associated with spring break crowds.
“We want to ensure that our beach remains pristine and that everyone has a great time, stays safe and respects the beach community,” said James Crittenden, president of the Pensacola Beach Advocates.
 The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office will have a representative available to discuss how the department plans to enforce existing regulations to keep Pensacola Beach safe and family-friendly.
The SRIA hopes that this meeting will provide an outlet for property and rental management representatives to discuss proactive measures they can take to reduce incidents and crowd issues.
The Pensacola Beach Advocates hosted a similar meeting last year which resulted in increased patrols and enforcement during Spring Break.
For more about the Pensacola Beach Advocates, go to www.PBAdvocates.org.

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