City Commissioner Nancy Miller Critical of City Attorney Search Process

City Commissioner Nancy Miller Critical of City Attorney Search Process

At the most recent City Commission meeting, Commissioner Nancy Miller discussed her concerns about the search process for a new city attorney. Addressing the limited number of qualified applicants, Commissioner Miller said that if potential applicants understand that an internal candidate is favored, many people will not waste their time applying. Then, looking at City […]

City Manager Rick Fernandez Submits Resignation Letter

City Manager Rick Fernandez Submits Resignation Letter

Tomorrow at 1:00 pm, the City Commission will formally consider the resignation of City Manager Rick Fernandez. Fernandez submitted a letter of resignation today. The resignation is effective January 3rd. The resignation letter can be read here and the agreement here. On November 8, 2017, the City Commission approved paid administrative leave to the City […]

Citing Harm to Local Businesses, Company Asks City to Halt Solar Subscription Program

Citing Harm to Local Businesses, Company Asks City to Halt Solar Subscription Program

The owner of IGT Solar, a local solar company that employs approximately 8-10 people, has sent a letter to Tallahassee City Commissioners asking the City to halt the recently implemented solar subscription program. Matt Chentnik, who started IGT 10 years ago in his Tallahassee garage, wrote that “the City’s solar subscription program has had a […]

Fifty Days After Notification, City Informs Customers of Data Breach Implications

Fifty Days After Notification, City Informs Customers of Data Breach Implications

Approximately fifty days after being notified of a data breach by TIO Networks that could have impacted financial information of thousands of city utility customers, the City of Tallahassee sent out an email alerting customers of the issue. TIO Networks is an approved third party vendor of the City of Tallahassee that provides utility customers […]