Top Picks for Police Headquarters Revealed

Top Picks for Police Headquarters Revealed

On March 18, 2019, the City of Tallahassee placed a submittal form on Talgov.com to solicit possible locations for a new police headquarters. The process was closed on April 18, 2019. There were a total of 178 submittals identifying 68 unique sites. The top sites are listed below: The Northwood Mall/Northwood Centre: 32 submissions Tallahassee […]

Former Gilchrist Principal David Solz Under DOE Investigation

Former Gilchrist Principal David Solz Under DOE Investigation

Multiple sources have confirmed with Tallahassee Reports that officials from the Florida Department of Education Office of Professional Practice Services (PPS) were at Gilchrist Elementary School today interviewing teachers about a matter related to former principal David Solz. It appears that at least eight teachers were scheduled to be interviewed. Solz was removed as Gilchrist’s […]

Study Reveals Why Visitors Come to Tallahassee

Study Reveals Why Visitors Come to Tallahassee

A 2018 visitor tracking report completed by the consulting firm Downs & St. Germain Research reveals that the main reason people visit Tallahassee is for a business meeting or conference. This is followed by those who visit to see friends or relatives. The tracking report was designed to develop a profile of travel parties to […]

City Rates Pavement Condition of Tallahassee Streets

City Rates Pavement Condition of Tallahassee Streets

Tallahassee Reports has obtained information from the City of Tallahassee which shows the pavement condition of Tallahassee streets. The City of Tallahassee recently retained a consultant to complete a detailed assessment of the condition of all streets and to develop a Pavement Management Master Plan. The street segments were rated in one of seven categories. […]

City Makes Decision To Bid On Northwood Mall Property

City Makes Decision To Bid On Northwood Mall Property

In the waning minutes of last week’s city commission meeting, elected officials voted unanimously to approve a measure to allow the City of Tallahassee to bid on the purchase of the Northwood Mall. The issue was not listed on the meeting agenda, but was brought up by Mayor John Dailey near the end of the […]

City Moves Ahead Without Airport Governance Study

City Moves Ahead Without Airport Governance Study

After a workshop last week related to airport governance, the City of Tallahassee decided not to move forward with a governance feasibility study which was estimated to cost $150,000. The issue of airport governance, which has been part of the economic development discussion for years, reached a higher since of urgency when the Greater Tallahassee […]

After Frenchtown Workshop, CRA Director Terminated

After Frenchtown Workshop, CRA Director Terminated

Roxanne Manning, the executive director of the Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), was terminated by City Manager Reese Goad today. The termination follows a CRA workshop on Monday night in Frenchtown where speakers were highly critical of CRA management. For example, a member of the Frenchtown/Southside Citizen’s Advisory Committee -which advises the CRA – told […]

NYT: Democrat Twitter is More Left than “Real Life”

NYT: Democrat Twitter is More Left than “Real Life”

While the Democrat party narrative on social media and in the main stream media continue to be dominated by far left positions on everything from immigration to abortion, the New York Times reports on data from the Hidden Tribes Project that shows a different perspective. Journalists Nate Cohn and Kevin Quealy of the NYT write […]

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