City Rejects Midtown Parking Garage, Seeks Other Parking Alternatives

City Rejects Midtown Parking Garage, Seeks Other Parking Alternatives

At their February 20th meeting, the City Commission voted to reject all proposals to establish a parking garage in the Midtown area. Rather, the Commission decided to move forward with the development of a master plan for Midtown while seeking other solutions to the parking issues. A master plan is a dynamic long-term planning document […]

Tallahassee’s Super-Lube Sells to Take 5 Oil Change

Tallahassee’s Super-Lube Sells to Take 5 Oil Change

Super-Lube, a 48-unit multi-state operator of quick lubes, car washes, and full-service auto repair centers headquartered in Tallahassee has been acquired by Take 5 Oil Change. Take 5, a division of Driven Brands – which is based in Charlotte, North Carolina – now has 350 Quick Lube locations across 19 States. Super-Lube owners include Tallahassee […]

Tallahassee Economic Index Shows Slowing Local Economy

Tallahassee Economic Index Shows Slowing Local Economy

Tallahassee, FL – The Tallahassee Economic Index (TEI) released numbers ending November 2018. Following a 1.06 point slide in October, the Index fell .75 points from 36.96 to 36.21 in November. “The Index fell for the third month in a row in November. The local economy just can’t seem to get any meaningful traction. Business […]

Google and Amazon Race to Electricity Sector

Google and Amazon Race to Electricity Sector

Based on reporting from WSJ’s Bradley Olson, “Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Amazon.com Inc. are taking early steps to expand into the electricity business, as home-energy automation emerges as a rich source of customer data.” Olson explains, “The technology giants aren’t interested in selling megawatts – at least not for now. But they are seeking ways […]