After months of waiting to hear news of the pending claim filed over losses in tax revenue during the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, BP offered a claim settlement to Panama City Beach City Council Members, with a respectable $1.2 million payout.
The question to ask now is how the City is planning on utilizing the money. At the moment, mention has been made that the current goal is to put the money towards completing projects the City didn’t have funds for previously.
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The dust is finally settling around the Panhandle, bringing with it the need to do a little image enhancing.
During the oil spill, misinformation regarding the impact the spill had on our beaches prompted many to choose other destinations for their vacations. Thankfully, our beaches were spared and the brunt of the spill never touched the snow-white sands of our shores.
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As all things must do, we too, have reached the end in The BP Effect Series. Some may shed tears, others may leap with gratitude, me – I had the over-whelming pleasure of stumbling into one of the coolest stores I’ve seen in years, all because of this final interview we conducted with the owners of Polka Dots Retro Toys & Gifts in Pier Park.
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The crowd was standing or sitting in their chairs and blankets, cuddled up into each other’s arms Friday night at Pier Park. All waiting and trying to see the stage where Clint Black would perform. The lights went down and at the sound of a guitar the audience jumped up with enthusiastic screams. Clint Black, with his signature black cowboy hat, brought some heat into the cold night air.
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From the NOAA site:
A National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) official announced at a Panama City Beach press conference today the reopening of 5,144 square miles in the Gulf to finfish fishing.
NOAA Administrator Dr. Jane Lubchenco visited Capt. Anderson’s Marina to inform commercial and recreational fishermen that the federal waters from Pensacola to Cape San Blas and south into the open Gulf are open, as no oil has been observed in those waters since July 3.
Fish caught in the area, she said, have shown no signs of contamination but would be further tested.
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