Tallahassee Events Beginning July 22

Tallahassee Events Beginning July 22

The Haunted TavernDate: Friday, July 22, 2022, from 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.Where: Luxe Events, 2810 Sharer Rd., #28Cost: $40.00What you’ll get: Your ticket gets you a 90-minute chilling experience and 4-part interactive cocktail journey. The Haunted Tavern is a dark chilling cocktail experience run by the decedents of Ichabod Crane. The tavern keeper will guide guests […]

Tallahassee City Commission Meeting Briefs: July 13, 2022

Tallahassee City Commission Meeting Briefs: July 13, 2022

Provided below are news briefs from the July 13, 2022 Tallahassee City Commission meeting. The City of Tallahassee Commission approved the recommendation for adjusting a lobbyist registration fee. Before the city meeting, the annual fee for Tallahassee was $25.00. During the meeting, the commissioners unanimously approved a $500 yearly fee for a lobbyist to register. […]

Leon County Commission Meeting Briefs, July 12, 2022

Leon County Commission Meeting Briefs, July 12, 2022

Listed below are notes from the July 12th Leon County Commission meeting.___During the Leon County Board of County Commission meeting, Leon County and the City of Tallahassee recognized Vincent S. Long for winning the 2022 International County/City Management Association’s Career Excellence Award.___Chairman Bill Proctor requested an information item come back to the Board for review […]

Officials Discuss Leon County School Grades

Officials Discuss Leon County School Grades

During the July 12 LCSB meeting, Assistant Superintendent Billy Epting updated the Leon County School Board on the recent Florida Department of Education (FDOE) announcements regarding school grades. On July 7, 2022, The FDOE released school grades for the state of Florida. Epting reported that Leon County Schools improved in the 2021-2022 school year. According […]

LCS Meeting Briefs July 12th, 2022

LCS Meeting Briefs July 12th, 2022

Listed below are notes from the July 12th, Leon County School Board meeting.___ Assistant Superintendent Billy Epting updated the Board on recent Florida Department of Education announcements during the July 12 LCSB meeting. Epting’s report included the district’s school grades.___The Leon County School Board approved accepting the federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants of […]

Leon County Commissioners Receive an Update on Lake Munson

Leon County Commissioners Receive an Update on Lake Munson

The Leon County Board of County Commissioners heard an update on the algae bloom occurring in Lake Munson during the July 12, 2022, county meeting. In May 2022, the county closed the boat ramp and warned the community of toxins in the lake. Tallahassee Reports previously covered the story. According to the report presented to elected […]

Tallahassee Events Beginning July 12

Tallahassee Events Beginning July 12

Bob’s Burgers Trivia @ Brass Tap MidtownDate: Tuesday, July 12, 2022, begins @ 6:30 p.m.Where: The Brass Tap @ Midtown, 1321 Thomasville Rd.Cost: No cover.What you’ll get: Enjoy an evening at the Brass Tap with good food and cold drinks, while you show off your mad trivia skills. Full Moon PaddleDate: Tuesday, July 12, 2022, […]

City Commission Candidate Adner Marcelin: “I Am Not Anti-Growth”

City Commission Candidate Adner Marcelin: “I Am Not Anti-Growth”

Tallahassee city commissioner candidate Adner Marcelin recently appeared on The Steve Stewart Show on RealTalk 93.3 to discuss his campaign. Marcelin is running for the city commission Seat 5 against the incumbent Dianne Williams-Cox. Marcelin was raised in South Florida and came to Tallahassee to attend Florida State University. While in South Florida, he was […]

Leon County Receives $3.6 Million Grant to Restore Concord School in Miccosukee

Leon County Receives $3.6 Million Grant to Restore Concord School in Miccosukee

During the upcoming Leon County Commission meeting on July 12, elected officials will consider the acceptance of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of $3.6 million to restore the Concord School in Miccosukee. Additionally, the county will vote to accept $1 million in federal funding as a part of Congress’ Fiscal Year 2022 appropriations bill, […]