Leon County Commissioners Support Local Ordinance for Syringe Exchange Program

Leon County Commissioners Support Local Ordinance for Syringe Exchange Program

The Leon County Commissioners discussed the possibility of creating a Syringe Exchange Program (SEP) at their November 12th meeting. They voted to hold a public hearing in December to consider the draft SEP ordinance. The Florida Legislature approved the Infectious Disease Elimination Act (IDEA) in June, which authorized SEPs. Currently, Miami-Dade is the only Florida […]

Northeast Gateway Traffic Analysis Meeting Scheduled

Northeast Gateway Traffic Analysis Meeting Scheduled

The Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency has scheduled the Northeast Gateway: Welaunee Boulevard PD&E Study Traffic Modeling Information Session on December 3rd from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm at Montford Middle School located at 5789 Pimlico Drive. The long-awaited meeting is the next step in the public engagement process for the Northeast Gateway project which kicked-off back […]

TR’s Weekly Crime Tracker: Nov 13th-19th

TR’s Weekly Crime Tracker: Nov 13th-19th

Information provided by the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) shows that there were 93 incidents reported during the week of November 13th-19th. The data indicates there were 87 property incidents and 6 violent incidents. A regional breakdown of the incidents – based on TPD defined quadrants – shows that the Northwest quadrant of Tallahassee led the […]

DeSantis Praised, Criticized Over Environmental Spending

DeSantis Praised, Criticized Over Environmental Spending

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis drew praise as “a true environmental leader” but was also criticized for not putting more money toward the Florida Forever program and failing to adequately prepare the state for climate change as he released a proposed $91.4 billion budget on Monday. DeSantis […]

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