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Pensacola – Still Waiting on Sale of Former School District Headquarters

After previous estimations targeted the start of this month for when a defunct, multi-parcel property in downtown Pensacola could officially transfer ownership to a development group seeking to revitalize it, several more weeks must pass before the transaction can take place. The Escambia County School District’s former headquarters at 213 W. Garden St. still awaits remediation before the school district…


Stuart – Martin County Moving Along With Railroad Study

County officials are whittling down the list of possible areas to improve railroad crossings as train traffic is expected to rise with increased freight transportation and the addition of All Aboard Florida’s Brightline passenger trains next year. The Community Redevelopment Agency board on Monday prioritized improvements at crossings near schools, Golden Gate and downtown Stuart after hearing recommendations for…


Boca Considering Trolley, Bike Share Programs for Downtown Traffic Issues

As one of the few major cities in the region without city-funded ways to get around downtown, Boca Raton is one step closer to adding services to help residents get around without having to drive. Boca Raton’s Community Redevelopment Agency is scheduled on Monday to weigh proposals for alternative transportation in an effort to reduce downtown traffic. According to…