City Votes to Put City-Owned Property Up For Sale, Seeking $8 Million

City Votes to Put City-Owned Property Up For Sale, Seeking $8 Million

At the most recent city commission meeting, the Tallahassee City Commission voted to approve the release of an RFP for the sale and redevelopment of two City-owned properties located downtown. The vote was 4-1. Commissioner Matlow voted against the recommendation. The two properties are designated as the Chevron Block (2.4 acres) and Johns Block (2.7 […]

Commissioner Matlow Addresses Community Issues at NEBA

Commissioner Matlow Addresses Community Issues at NEBA

City Commissioner Jeremy Matlow spoke at the Network of Entrepreneurs and Network Advocates (NEBA) monthly luncheon on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at Capital City Country Club. Matlow, who was elected last year, owns a couple of restaurants which includes Gaines Street Pies. He employs approximately 94 people. Invited by NEBA, Commissioner Matlow gave a twenty-five […]

City Commission Votes to Extend E-Scooter Pilot Program

City Commission Votes to Extend E-Scooter Pilot Program

The City Commission voted to extend the e-scooter pilot program at its September 25th meeting. The program began on July 15 and is scheduled to end on October 15th. Staff recommended extending the program six more months to test parking options and incorporate additional e-share transportation options. The e-scooter pilot program has involved five vendors: […]

Tallahassee Airport Receives Federal Grant for Infrastructure Improvements

Tallahassee Airport Receives Federal Grant for Infrastructure Improvements

Today the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that the Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) has received a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation in the amount of $1.77 million. The grant funds will be used for the design of an International Passenger Processing Facility (IPPF) and associated Federal Inspection Station (FIS) at TLH. The […]