Chiles Tops Mosley, Wins 6A District 2 Title

Chiles Tops Mosley, Wins 6A District 2 Title

Mosley on the Timberwolves effort: They “Came in Fired Up and Never Backed Down” Just seven days after suffering a regular season loss (3-1) in Tallahassee to Mosley High School (Lynn Haven), the Chiles Timberwolves traveled two hours down I-10 and captured a 6A district title with a 3-2 victory over the Lady Dolphins. Mosley […]

Proctor Endorses Dailey, Ruth’s List Backs Dozier

Proctor Endorses Dailey, Ruth’s List Backs Dozier

On Tuesday, Leon County Commission Chairman Bill Proctor held a press conference to announce his endorsement of Mayor John Dailey. Dailey is being challenged by Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier. Proctor noted that “I served with John for 12 years on the Board of County Commission and I have observed him as our mayor the […]

LCSB to Address Teacher Activism with New Policy

LCSB to Address Teacher Activism with New Policy

At the next Leon County School Board meeting on October 11, elected officials will be asked to approve a public hearing related to a policy that addresses the non-instructional activities of administrative staff members. The proposed policy is provided below. The new policy – entitled Freedom of Speech in Non-Instructional Settings – attempts to ” […]

Leon County Commission to Consider Regulations on Rent Increases

Leon County Commission to Consider Regulations on Rent Increases

Today the Leon County Commission will hear an overview of local ordinances in Florida that require rent increase notification to certain residential tenants and allow tenants to be released from their residential leases, without penalty, when rent is increased by more than an identified threshold amount. At a meeting on June 14, 2022, the Leon […]

Tallahassee Violent Crimes with Firearms Up 83% Since 2018

Tallahassee Violent Crimes with Firearms Up 83% Since 2018

Tallahassee City Commissioners are slated to address the issue of gun violence at their September 21 city commission meeting. The discussion will center around how to spend $1 million each year over the next five years to mitigate the troubling gun violence trends that have emerged since 2018. The chart below – created with information […]

Tallahassee City Commission Approves $20 Million Private Investment at Airport

Tallahassee City Commission Approves $20 Million Private Investment at Airport

On Wednesday, September 21, the Tallahassee City Commission voted 5-0 to approve an agreement with Burrell Aviation related to the finance, design, construction and management of an aviation-related aeronautical development located at the Tallahassee International Airport. The project will provide approximately $20,000,000 of private investment in the airport and will result in over $8,000,000 of […]

Mayor Dailey Defends Meeting Over Gun violence Funds, Dozier Questions Transparency

Mayor Dailey Defends Meeting Over Gun violence Funds, Dozier Questions Transparency

Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey took to Twitter to defend a meeting at his private residence related to how taxpayer funds dedicated to Tallahassee’s gun violence issue would be allocated for the next budget year. During recent budget workshops, city commissioners made the decision to allocate $1 million per year over the next fiver years to […]