“Mayor Dailey’s Week on Twitter” is a feature designed to give readers a quick look at the priorities of Tallahassee’s Leadership Mayor, John Dailey, by reviewing his social media posts.
Politicians are now using social media posts in place of press releases and press conferences. TR will include links to background information to provide context to the posts when possible.
Voting rights, Tallahassee Awards. August 28.
“It was an honor to bring greetings at The Tallahassee Commitment Rally this afternoon and join my voice with countless others calling on Congress to do its job and pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act.”
“Have you submitted your nominations for The Tallahassee Awards yet? Deadline is August 31.”
COVID testing. August 27.
“Tallahassee, as @FAMU_FB prepares for another amazing season, please note that the COVID-19 testing site will no longer be at Bragg Memorial Stadium. Starting Monday, the new testing location will be 2507 Wahnish Way.”
Southside investment. August 26.
“Did you catch the latest edition of The Dailey highlighting $1.6 billion being invested in the Southside? If not, you can read it here.”
Mask mandate, home rule, Tallahassee Bystander. August 24.
“This morning I joined local faith leaders to ask the Governor to uphold the constitutional principle of home rule authority & allow the governments closest to the people to make the best decisions for our communities when it comes to combatting COVID-19 without fear of reprisal.”
“I fully support Superintendent Hanna’s decision to require masks for our children who are not yet eligible for the vaccine, and I’m asking everyone to do their part to protect our neighbors and our children.”
“Today we launched Tallahassee Bystander, a first-of-its-kind voice-activated app that allows citizens to record their interactions with law enforcement and send them directly to TPD and up to three emergency contacts.”
Passing of Agnes Furey. August 23.
“Sad to hear about the passing of Agnes Furey. She has left an incredible mark on the Tallahassee community through her fierce advocacy for restorative justice.”