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James “Doc” Scaminaci III
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At every step in the process to close Morris Court Park and transfer the park from the City of Pensacola to the Area Housing Commission, District 7 City Council member Jewel Cannada-Wynn was deeply involved.  She held meetings with the Area Housing Commission to convey information and/or requests from the mayor's office.  She was instrumental in requesting five years of crime data related to Morris Court Park, a request that most likely originated with Dr. Singh as a cover story for the park's closure.  She coordinated and conferred with the Area Housing Commission and the Office of the Mayor.  She was briefed by the mayor's office.  There is essentially no part of the process that Cannada-Wynn was not involved.  Moreover, she mislead her constitutents about the process and the intended outcome.

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CANNADA-WYNN ROLE IN CLOSING MORRIS COURT PARK
INTRODUCTION This is the sixth article on the closure of Morris Court Park.  It is based almost entirely on emails released to CJ's Street Report under W001859-051217 which requested "documentation generated by or received by the Office of the Mayor (and su...

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According to leading African American community activists, they are hearing from sources inside City Hall that Democratic City Council member Jewel CANNADA-WYNN is expected to endorse Pensacola mayor Ashton HAYWARD, perhaps as soon as this week.  These reports cannot be confirmed.  Cannada-Wynn stopped answering my phone calls back in May.

But, these unconfirmed reports do make sense in the context of everything Cannada-Wynn has done to close Morris Court Park and deceive her constitutents throughout her successful re-election campaign in 2016.

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CANNADA-WYNN TO ENDORSE MAYOR ASHTON
According to leading African American community activists, they are hearing from sources inside City Hall that Democratic City Council member Jewel CANNADA-WYNN is expected to endorse Pensacola mayor Ashton HAYWARD, perhaps as soon as this week.  These repo...

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This is the fourth article on Mayor Hayward's and Council member Cannada-Wynn to close Morris Court Park, deed it back to the Area Housing Commission, and deprive children of a safe, clean park to play in after-school, on weekends, and during the summer. Their efforts are unconscionable.  The City awarded a contract to a company that was not a certified construction company run by a man who was not a certified contractor.  Second, given the simplicity of the structures built, the City wildly overpaid.

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MORRIS COURT PARK: CITY'S GROSS INCOMPETENCE
INTRODUCTION This is the fourth article on Mayor Hayward's and Council member Cannada-Wynn to close Morris Court Park, deed it back to the Area Housing Commission, and deprive children of a safe, clean park to play in after-school, on weekends, and during t...

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On May 18, 2017, Dr. Julie Patton of the University of West Florida's Department of Social Work's Race & Reconciliation project hosted a talk on "White Privilege" by Dr. Chris Cotten.  The talk attracted a capacity crowd at the J. Earle Bowden Building.

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White Privilege and Racial Microaggressions
On May 18, 2017, Dr. Julie Patton of the University of West Florida's Department of Social Work's Race & Reconciliation project hosted a talk on "White Privilege" by Dr. Chris Cotten.  The talk attracted a capacity crowd at the J. Earle Bowden Building. Bel...

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On May 13, 2017, the Pensacola chapter of the League of Women Voters held a business meeting at the Pensacola Yacht Club.  The group's Education Committee, headed by Dr. Paula MONTGOMERY, featured Mr. Paul WALLIS, Chief Probation Officer of the 1st Judicial Circuit as guest speaker.  This speech is part of the League of Women Voters pipeline-to-prison project of its Education Committee.

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Civil Citations in Florida Circuit 1
On May 13, 2017, the Pensacola chapter of the League of Women Voters held a business meeting at the Pensacola Yacht Club.  The group's Education Committee, headed by Dr. Paula MONTGOMERY, featured Mr. Paul WALLIS, Chief Probation Officer of the 1st Judicial...
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