Mayor Dailey Releases Staff Information

Mayor Dailey Releases Staff Information

Newly elected Mayor John Dailey recently introduced his office staff. Dailey tweeted last week : “We’ve already hit the ground running but I wanted to take a second to introduce my team: Thomas Whitley (Chief of Staff), Cathy Branch (Dir. of Internal Affairs), & Courtney Thomas (Dir. of External Affairs). I’m excited to have them […]

Scott Maddox Used “Carrot and Stick” to Influence Media Coverage

Scott Maddox Used “Carrot and Stick” to Influence Media Coverage

As former Mayor/City Commissioner/Florida Democrat Party Chairman Scott Maddox faces a 44-count indictment for political corruption, Tallahasseans wonder how does such a public figure allegedly commit bank fraud, extortion, bribery, and tax fraud without anyone knowing, and more importantly, taking action before it cast a dark cloud of corruption over the entire city? Was the […]

Marsy’s Law, A Headache for Law Enforcement Agencies

Marsy’s Law, A Headache for Law Enforcement Agencies

With 61 percent of the vote, Amendment 6 was passed in the state of Florida. The constitutional amendment made changes to the state law regarding the rights of crime victims, the age at which judges are required to retired, and judicial deference. Over the last week, there has been some controversy over the section pertaining […]

City Commission Hears From Opponents of Public Safety Complex at Retreat

City Commission Hears From Opponents of Public Safety Complex at Retreat

At the recent city retreat, several citizens spoke aggressively against the proposed location of the public safety complex on the Southside of Tallahassee. However, City Commissioner Curtis Richardson defended the city’s decision to support the location. Many residents, most from the Southside community, argued against the police station being placed on the Southside. Cea Moline, […]