Supervisor of Elections Mark Earley Encourages Vote-by-Mail for 2020 Elections

Supervisor of Elections Mark Earley Encourages Vote-by-Mail for 2020 Elections

Mark Earley, Leon County Supervisor of Elections, is encouraging all voters to Vote-by-Mail for the 2020 Primary and General Elections.  Earley stated in a recent press release that his office is taking the COVID-19 emergency seriously and wants to adhere to the recommendations made by the Center for Disease Control for election polling. Earley said, […]

Tampa Bay Time Cuts Print Edition to Wednesday, Sunday Only

Tampa Bay Time Cuts Print Edition to Wednesday, Sunday Only

The Tampa Bay Times announced today that they will be decreasing how often their printed newspaper will be made available to reduce production costs. Beginning next week, the paper will only be printed and delivered to customers every Wednesday and Sunday, however their online version will continue to be updated and is available daily. In […]

Leon County Approves $1.67 Million in Discretionary Spending

Leon County Approves $1.67 Million in Discretionary Spending

During the Tuesday March 10th Leon County Board of County Commissioners meeting, the Board approved FY2021 discretionary funding spending in the amount of $1,669,500. The FY2021 funding is a 10.3% ($155,500) increase over the $1,514,000 level of discretionary funding approved in FY2020. The approved spending impacts funding levels for the Community Human Services Partnership (CHSP), […]

Leon County Breaks Ground on Improvements to Apalachee Regional Park

Leon County Breaks Ground on Improvements to Apalachee Regional Park

The $3 million dollar improvements on the County’s Apalachee Regional Park began this past Friday. The new construction will include a “state-of-the-art multipurpose building” and restrooms, a performance stage, sidewalks, areas to view the local wildlife, and a new structure for a permanent finish line. The new construction continues to build upon the Board’s Quality […]

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