Mayor Dailey Calls for Audit of City Contracts Related to Federal Investigation

Mayor Dailey Calls for Audit of City Contracts Related to Federal Investigation

City of Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey has called for an audit of “city actions & contracts” related to the federal investigation. Dailey announced his intentions on his twitter account Friday afternoon. Dailey’s announcement comes two days after similar statements from City Commissioner Jeremy Matlow. Dailey stated that the issue will be placed on the next […]

US Attorney Press Release Related to Maddox & Carter-Smith Guilty Plea

US Attorney Press Release Related to Maddox & Carter-Smith Guilty Plea

Listed below is the press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office Northern District of Florida. The release provides a concise description of the recent actions in the case related to Scott Maddox and Paige Carter-Smith. SUSPENDED CITY COMMISSIONER MADDOX & ASSOCIATE CARTER-SMITH PLEAD GUILTY TO CORRUPTION & TAX CHARGES TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Suspended Tallahassee City […]

School Board Member Joy Bowen Seeks Help from Parents

School Board Member Joy Bowen Seeks Help from Parents

Responding to a proposal from Leon County Commissioner Bill Proctor to address what he views as sub-par testing performance by Title 1 schools, Leon County School Board member Joy Bowen asked Proctor to help her reach the parents of Title 1 schools. Proctor spoke at the July 30th Leon County School Board and told the […]

Report: Tallahassee Residential Electric Rates Rank 10th in State

Report: Tallahassee Residential Electric Rates Rank 10th in State

The Florida Municipal Electric Association’s (FMEA) bill comparison for June 2019 shows that the City of Tallahassee rates for 1,000 kWh ranks 10th lowest out of the 38 utilities included in the comparison. See chart at end of report. Tallahassee’s rate of $109.07 was below the municipal owned utility average of $113.02 and the investor […]