City Commissioner Richardson Advocates for Neighborhoods

City Commissioner Richardson Advocates for Neighborhoods

TALLAHASSEE — During the Oct. 26 City Commission meeting, a lone representative voted against a proposed development impacting the Myers Park neighborhood. Commissioner Curtis Richardson said his advocating on behalf of neighborhoods is nothing new. Richardson voted against his fellow commissioners on a proposal to redevelop approximately ten acres owned by the city of Tallahassee […]

The Edison Plans Another Late Night Party

The Edison Plans Another Late Night Party

The Edison, a city subsidized establishment without a liquor license, reportedly won a bid to host a party that is being advertised as  a “Funkfest Kickoff and Alumni Mixer.” The party which is slated for the Thursday (October 20th) before FAMU homecoming, is scheduled to last until 2 a.m. TR published a report on the […]

Mayor’s Office Recommends Highest Bidders, Campaign Donors for Lobbyist Contracts…Again

Mayor’s Office Recommends Highest Bidders, Campaign Donors for Lobbyist Contracts…Again

At the City Commission meeting this Wednesday, Mayor Andrew Gillum’s office is recommending the highest bidder receive the general state lobbying contract and the city electric utility lobbying contract. Last year the Mayor’s office recommended, and the City Commission approved, a one year extension for the lobbyist contracts that were awarded in 2012. During the […]

Tallahassee Democrat Censored City Commission Candidate “My View”

Tallahassee Democrat Censored City Commission Candidate “My View”

City Commission candidate Steven Hougland, who is running against City Commissioner Curtis Richardson, told Tallahassee Reports that the Tallahassee Democrat required him to delete a part of his My View even after he provided factual documentation that supported his position on property taxes. An email from a Tallahassee Democrat employee supports his claim. Property taxes […]

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