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Most Recent Inspection Proves Sean’s Outpost NOT In Violation of Codes

This week has been an interesting one for Sean’s Outpost. We celebrated our one year anniversary while at the same time learning that the Escambia Board of County Commissioners voted to petition for an injunction against Satoshi Forest that would force us to remove tents and other structures. The injunction was approved, but they will […]

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Update on Sean’s Outpost News–County Commissioners Caught Threatening Termination

I followed up with Mike Kimberl of Sean’s Outpost about the threat of an injunction from Escambia County Commissioners. He sat down to discuss the little he knows about the situation and elaborated on other events regarding the City of Pensacola’s role in curbing homelessness. Hint: it’s about what you would expect from a city […]

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BREAKING: Sean’s Outpost Under Attack on Birthday

Sean’s Outpost Homeless Outreach turned one year old today. In the span of one year, we have fed 60,000 meals to the homeless people in the Pensacola area, secured a nine acre property with plans to open a campground for those in need of a safe area to stay, and opened a thrift store all […]

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Mike and Adam of Sean’s Outpost Encounter a Yard Bull

This weekend Mike Kimberl and Adam Richard of Sean’s Outpost Homeless Outreach were hassled by a yard bull (railroad officer) as Adam and another member were attempting to deliver food to a homeless camp. I interviewed them the other night to get their perspective. Bama, a wheelchair bound homeless man, was the subject of harassment […]

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Escambia County Cops Attack Homeless Camp in Pensacola, FL

On Saturday evening, I received a phone call from Mike Kimberl of Sean’s Outpost. He had gotten a report that Escambia County sheriff’s deputies had walked through the back entrance of a homeless camp located on DOT property and cut down tarps that were hung to protect tents from the elements. The officers aggressively entered […]

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