Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier, who recently announced she would not seek re-election to her Leon County Commission seat, appeared on the The Greg Tish Show on RealTalk 93.3 and made some bold statements related to the Mayor of Tallahassee and the City Commission.
When asked about her political future, Dozier said she has been asked a lot about running for mayor of Tallahassee over the last year.
“As a city of Tallahassee resident I am really concerned about a lot of things happening in the City of Tallahassee right now,” said Dozier. “I know why people are asking. I think we do need a change.”
Dozier said, “I put responsibility in the leadership, that’s management and for the city its the mayor.”
She voiced concerned about the tone on the commission and some of the “big decisions” that have been pushed through.
Dozier said we need to get away from the personal attacks and restore a level of decorum so we can get things done.
She added, “It would be nice to have a new voice there.”
Dozier said, at this time, she has not made any decisions about her political future.