The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, June 11, 2024

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, June 11, 2024

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Stewart: The City Should Adopt a Travel Policy for Elected OfficialsIn my view, the city should adopt a travel policy that requires disclosure of proposed travel, who is paying for the travel, the associated expenses, and how the travel relates to city business.

On June 7, Tallahassee City Commissioner Jeremy Matlow announced he was creating a new political committee to support the campaigns of current City Commissioner Jack Porter and Dot Inman-Johnson, a challenger to current City Commissioner Curtis Richardson.

The Pickle Pad, a brand-new franchise concept under the Indoor Active Brands portfolio has opened the doors to an iconic “eatertainment” center in Tallahassee. The indoor pickleball playground that features Crave Social Eatery, a chef-inspired restaurant, and over 20 gaming options including social and yard games, announced its soft opening this week.  


Rickards graduate, Chris Robinson, placed second in the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA outdoor track and field national championship. 


As the week-long qualifying period started, Democrats believe they will hit a goal of placing candidates in all of the legislative districts up for election in November. 

Florida gas prices have reached their lowest point in four months, offering financial relief to motorists as tourism season comes into full swing.

The median price for a single-family house for the six-county First Coast region monitored by the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors (NEFAR) topped $400,000 for the first time in May.


Delaware jury resumes deliberations today in Hunter Biden’s federal trial over criminal gun violations; if found guilty, he would be the first son of a sitting president convicted in federal court (More). 

Federal agencies said on Monday they have restored full access for commercial maritime transit through the Port of Baltimore after the removal of 50,000 tons of debris from the March 26 collapse of the Key Bridge.

US stock markets close higher (S&P 500 +0.3%, Dow +0.2%, Nasdaq +0.4%) with S&P 500, Nasdaq notching fresh records; investors look to this week’s consumer price index report and the Federal Reserve’s two-day policy meeting (More).


8 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, June 11, 2024"

  1. One Tallahassee to rule them all, One Tallahassee to find them, One Tallahassee to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them; In the Land of Matlow where the Marxicrats lie.

  2. Pickle all has been gaining in steady popularity since it first premiered in the 7th Seal as a deadly game between Death and the Knight…

  3. Not knowing that “Pickles” was a pickle ball court, my wife and I stopped in and at at Crave’s.

    I must say that it’s good food, easy eating, and reasonably priced. The atmosphere is a bit odd with the pickleball game(s) in progress, but it’s not offensive.

  4. Wilton-That’s what I want to know. More details on who Donna Nyack is and Who contributed to her campaign.
    Edward-Exactly!! People need to Wake Up quickly!

  5. Wilton- there is a conservative “independent” running for school district 2. Little budget,but a lot of heart. Not WOKE- has kids in Leon County Schools, has experience with the local board and wife loves him. Believes Parents should rule !

  6. Looks like Pizza Boy is creating his own PAC (Progressives Anarchy Cabal) to attack and go after those with differing opinions on the City Commission. Once again proving that the two Pro-Hamas Progressives on the Commission (Porter and the Pizza Boy) have no interest whatsoever in working together with their colleagues to improve the City of Tallahassee and the quality of the lives of her citizens within.

    Thier goal is to help defeat their colleague and usher in the third vote for their dangerous and destructive Pro-Hamas Progressive Agenda in hopes of bringing about the downfall of our free society and guide a transition to Communist Authoritarianism structure.

    Better wake the hell up people.

  7. When will we hear something about Donna Nyack? She is now qualified and that’s biggest thing happening in local elections, someone is responsible for that!

    looks like we will lose our one (R) elected in school board 4. conservatives have got to adapt to the new Matlow-Porter-Dot reform coalition future instead of swimming upstream against the inevitable.

  8. I hope the new privately owned ‘Pickleball’ place can control their players because at city owned parks, they are insane.

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