“We are in a Procedural Quagmire”

“We are in a Procedural Quagmire”

The Chairman of the Tallahassee Independent Ethics Board, Richard Herring, opened the February 19th Board meeting by saying “we are in a procedural quagmire.” Mr. Herring was referring to the fact that he had recently learned that current Board member, Lee Bushong, was not a resident of the City of Tallahassee, and therefore, his appointment […]

Ernest Paine, 44-Year Tallahassee Resident, Selected for Ethics Board Vacancy

Ernest Paine, 44-Year Tallahassee Resident, Selected for Ethics Board Vacancy

The City’s Independent Ethics Board recently appointed Ernie Paine to fill the vacancy in Seat 1. Paine, who heard about the vacancy through the Talgov.com website, feels that the Independent Ethics Board is a great way for him to continue his public service in Tallahassee. Paine recently retired from the Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation […]

Tallahassee Seeks $3.6 Mill from State for Local Projects

Tallahassee Seeks $3.6 Mill from State for Local Projects

The City of Tallahassee is seeking approximately $3.6 million from state government coffers for projects spanning workforce development, public safety training facilities, and infrastructure projects. The details on each request, including legislative sponsors, amount requested, and local match are as follows: New Job Workforce Development Program – The City of Tallahassee is leading an effort, driven […]

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