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  • Ed Gray an Outstanding Partner for Education

    Ed Gray, Executive Director of Gulf Breeze Financial Services and Capital Trust Agency, was one of two Outstanding Partners recognized for advancement of the Take Stock program during the Annual Meeting of the Escambia County Public Schools Foundation.

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  • FEMA head applauds REBUILD Northwest Florida

    REBUILD Northwest Florida founder and trustee Ed Gray speaks at the fortification of the 10,000th home in a hurricane mitigation program using federal dollars.

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  • Ed Gray Appointed to Taskforce

    GBFS Executive Director Ed Gray has been appointed chairman of the new Stormwater Task Force by the city of Gulf Breeze. The task force will investigate possible problems with the city’s storm drains that may have exacerbated the effects of the historic April flooding.

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  • College Town Project Has Great Potential - and Risks

    Without federal tax credits, loans that rely on appreciating property values to cover tax-increment financing, and a complex interdependent structure of players, none of the individual groups of investors could have pulled off College Town.

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  • Ground Broken on Maritime Park

    Along with the museum, the park will feature a ballpark for the Pensacola Pelicans, a multi-use area that will feature events, such as concerts, and an amphitheater.

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  • Maritime Park is Crucial to Redevelopment of Downtown

    If city officials are starting to get anxious over pushing through with the Community Maritime Park because of property tax reform efforts in Tallahassee, it is time to get back on track.

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  • Park Plan Raised

    The new layout for the park shifts the locations of the buildings away from the southern end of the property, to open up views of the water. Gindroz separated the maritime museum into several buildings, including an aquarium, a restaurant that uses Navy memorabilia from the now-closed Trader Jon’s bar and a conference center with an overlook connecting to a quaint, old-style stadium.

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