City Terminates Tallahassee Ballet Lease with $383,647 Settlement

City Terminates Tallahassee Ballet Lease with $383,647 Settlement

Tallahassee City’s Commissioner’s approved the lease termination of the Tallahassee Ballet in order to move forward with the redevelopment of the Northwood Centre for the building of the new Tallahassee Police Department headquarters.   The Tallahassee Police Department has occupied its current location on Seventh Avenue since 1972. As the department has grown in size, […]

City Votes for EV Charging Stations Pilot Program, Chooses Vendor

City Votes for EV Charging Stations Pilot Program, Chooses Vendor

City Commissioners approved the launch and advancement of the “PowerTLH” campaign for electric vehicle charging stations. The central theme of the campaign is to present the City’s progressive approach to clean energy for Tallahassee residents. PowerTLH is the next step in the Clean Energy Plan resolution to move the city to 100% renewable energy by […]

City Commission Moves Forward with ID Card Proposal

City Commission Moves Forward with ID Card Proposal

During the April 21, 2020 City Commission meeting the City Commissioner Jack Porter made a motion that city staff formulate a proposal regarding a municipal issued identification card programs. City Commissioners voted unanimously to support Porter’s motion. Municipal Identification (ID) Cards are issued by local governments and typically allow access to county or city programs […]

Commissioner Williams-Cox Seeks Information on “Monthly Income” Programs

Commissioner Williams-Cox Seeks Information on “Monthly Income” Programs

During the sharing of ideas part of the March 24th City Commission meeting, Commissioner Dianne Williams-Cox asked for more information about the success of cities using “monthly income” programs to address poverty. Commissioner Williams-Cox noted that many cities across the country are dealing with poverty by using a program to identify or select a small […]

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