Nights and Weekends Sign-Ups Lag Honeywell Projections

Nights and Weekends Sign-Ups Lag Honeywell Projections

When the City Commission voted to move forward with the Smart Meter program in March, 2007, the decision was based in part on the proposal provided by the vendor, Honeywell. The detailed proposal showed how the City could save $44 million over the next fourteen years if 25,000 utility customers signed up for a time-of-use […]

The City Building Permit Guarantee Is Getting Results

The City Building Permit Guarantee Is Getting Results

The City of Tallahassee has been routinely criticized for years when it comes to facilitating development. The common refrain from developers was that government regulations were significantly slowing the pace of economic growth. One part of these regulations is permits. Before any construction project can be started, developers must go through a permitting process and […]

Red Light Cameras Increase Total Crashes, Decrease Right Angle Crashes

Red Light Cameras Increase Total Crashes, Decrease Right Angle Crashes

Based on operational data collected by the City of Tallahassee, listed in the table below, the use of red light cameras has resulted in more crashes at red light camera intersections three years after the implementation than three years before. Total crashes increased from 377 before implementation to 509 after implementation. More specifically, rear-end crashes […]

Brew Pub Agreement Provides Look At Business Plan

Brew Pub Agreement Provides Look At Business Plan

The Tallahassee City Commission will vote on Wednesday to approve an agreement to renovate and lease the historic electric building in Cascades Park.  According to city documents the Commission previously approved funding for the project and a proposal from Liquor Loft, LLC d/b/a Proof Brewing Company (Proof) to renovate and lease the facility for a proposed […]

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