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Pensacola’s Community Maritime Park receives $200K EPA grant

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The City of Pensacola will receive a $200,000 brownfields cleanup grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to remove creosote pilings at the waterfront Community...

Mobile Bay awarded $344K EPA grant

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The Environmental Protection Agency announced today that the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program will receive a federal grant of approximately $344,000. “Having a healthy Mobile Bay...

Pensacola Superfund site could be cleaned up by 2021

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Cleanup of Pensacola's American Creosote Works Superfund site — under environmental remediation since the early 1980s — could be completed by 2021, EPA officials said...

Much of Pensacola Superfund site now in private hands

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At a courthouse auction in early February, a Pensacola attorney quietly bought seven and a half acres of property near downtown Pensacola's waterfront for...

Gaetz calls timing of EPA announcement into question

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A day after visiting Pensacola's American Creosote Works Superfund site, Rep. Matt Gaetz called the timing of an Environmental Protection Agency announcement regarding the site "interesting." Just...

Gaetz visits Pensacola Superfund site amid pledge to abolish EPA

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Northwest Florida congressman Matt Gaetz on Thursday visited Pensacola's American Creosote Works property, an environmentally-contaminated site that's been under remediation by state and federal environmental officials for...

Without the EPA, these Pensacola Superfund sites might not have been...

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It's been nearly a half-century since President Richard M. Nixon — a Republican — established the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in December 1970. Born in the...

Northwest Florida congressman to propose abolishing EPA

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Congressman Matt Gaetz is currently working on legislation that, if passed, would completely abolish the Environmental Protection Agency. The freshman congressman from Fort Walton Beach...

Levels of toxic DDT in Escambia Bay, River cause concern

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The pesticide DDT has been found in sediment samples from the Escambia River and its adjacent wetlands, a post-doctoral research associate at the University...
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