Some Democrats Fear “Free Stuff” Will Hurt Party

Some Democrats Fear “Free Stuff” Will Hurt Party

A two-day conference held in Charleston, South Carolina, last week, by the moderate Democratic group Third Way was focused on trying to determine the best path to victory in 2020. The group is concerned that the left-wing of the Democratic party is overshadowing the more moderate and larger segment of the party. Axios reported that […]

Leon County Approves Tentative Budget

Leon County Approves Tentative Budget

The Leon County Board of County Commissioners, in a 7-0 vote, balanced the County’s tentative budget without raising the millage rate for the eighth year in a row. The proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget of $274.3 million is a 4.06% percent increase from last year’s budget. However, the increase in property tax revenue – due […]

Centerville Road Pipe Replacement Requires Detour

Centerville Road Pipe Replacement Requires Detour

The City of Tallahassee is planning wastewater system improvements along a portion of Centerville Road near Hickory Ridge Road. The work is necessary to replace a segment of aging pipe in the area and enhance service reliability. Construction is slated to begin on June 17 and involves replacing roughly 1,500 feet of sewer pipe under […]

NEBA Features Rocky Hanna & Curtis Richardson

NEBA Features Rocky Hanna & Curtis Richardson

The Network of Entrepreneurs and Business Advocates (NEBA) will hold their monthly membership meeting on Tuesday, June 25, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the Capital City Country Club. There will be a panel discussion about trade school opportunities by Rocky Hanna, Leon County Superintendent of Schools and Curtis Richardson, City of Tallahassee Commissioner and […]

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