The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Monday, March 20

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Monday, March 20


On March 13th, the CSC of Leon County Executive Committee had a long, sometimes heated debate on whether to add three additional staff positions. Board Member Paul Mitchell labeled the need for more staff as “outrageous.” 

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The Tallahassee Police Department reported an armed robbery on March 18, 2023 at around 11:00 pm in the 2800 block of Capital Circle NE. The location is just south of the Hermitage Blvd. and Capital Circle NE intersection.

Charlie Adelson’s trial, the man accused of orchestrating the murder of Dan Markel, has been moved to October after the murder trial was initially slated to start in April. Testimony is expected to start on or before Oct. 30, with the trial wrapping up by Nov. 9.

FAMU has banned Tik Tok from their campus. FAMU Vice President of Information Technology Robert Seniors said the school implemented the rule on March 7. The new regulation from the university prohibits the app on desktops, laptops, tablets, iPads, cell phones and network devices.


The Florida House is moving legislation through their processes that would ban discussion of menstrual cycles and other sexuality topics in elementary schools. The bill passed the House Education Quality Subcommittee on Wednesday by a 13-5 vote, and it would also permit parents to object to books and other materials their children are exposed to, require schools to teach that a person’s sexual identity is determined biologically at birth and set up more scrutiny of certain educational materials by the state Department of Education. 

Former Vice President Mike Pence, once again, took time to criticize Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. This time he criticized DeSantis for his recent comments on the Ukraine War after DeSantis called it a mere “territorial dispute.” Pence preferred calling it a “Russian invasion” of a “free and democratic nation” while invoking the famous “Reagan Doctrine.”


No. 7-seeded Florida State women’s basketball fell to the No. 10-seeded Georgia Bulldogs 66-54 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Noles were without their stars Ta’Niya Latson and O’Mariah Gordon due to injuries. 

FSU baseball started off hot against Boston College winning Friday night 19-8, but dropped the next two games to lose the series. After starting the year with a 7-1 record, the Noles have cooled off losing two of their last three series. 

FSU softball swept the Syracuse Orange with an 8-0 win on Sunday. The Noles are 24-6. 


3 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Monday, March 20"

  1. The CSC director should be fired immediately and never should have been hired to begin with. It was a DAILEY crime to put her in that position so that money could be controlled to go back to the DAILEY campaign. The director’s association with the recently two indicted Gillium campaign members is problematic and too close to home. The director was the number three person in this Gillum scheme and should never be allowed to have a position where she directs funds that are supposed to benefit children. The DAILEY graft continues.

  2. The CSC needs to be Disbanded NOW.

    Good for You FAMU.

    Awesome Florida House.

    Gov. DeSantis isn’t really wrong. Putin wants the Land for two reasons, 01= to try to rebuild the USSR. 02= for the Minerals.

  3. The CSC has no services other than lip service to provide to anyone and they want more money and more people to do nothing.

    It’s not like no one saw it coming, they hired Rose Green with a six-figure salary so she could hire three of her besties and then do almost nothing. Now they want four more to do even less, and if we don’t give it to them they will call everyone that doesn’t go along a racist.

    Less than half the kids in this county read on their grade level. While Rose Green cries for more money!

    Ceka Rose-Green is robbing this city blind.

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