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TALLAHASSEE REPORTS!

- Staff

Amid an ongoing FBI investigation and less than two months before city elections, City Commissioner Nancy Miller caught her colleagues by surprise when she proposed forgoing the process of conducting a national search for a new city manager and hiring current interim City Manager Reese Goad. She proposed a two year contract for Mr. Goad […]

- Christina Armes

As the primary election draws closer, a number of organizations that have an interest in local elections choose to interview candidates and make decisions about public endorsements. In addition, at times, elected officials and influential members of the community will also publicly endorse candidates. Jeremy Matlow, a candidate for city commission seat 3, announced last […]

- Staff

The need for affordable housing and the desire for local government planners to promote dense growth met the concerns of  residents speaking against the impact of a proposed project. The proposed zoning change for 30.9 acres located near the intersection of Bull Headley Road and Bannerman Road will increase the number of “dwelling units” from […]

- Christina Armes

The City Commission will consider the School Board’s appointment of Martha Chauncey and the appointment of Ian Waldick and Leslie Jacobs to the Tallahassee-Leon County Planning Commission/Local Planning Agency at the Wednesday commission meeting. The board is comprised of three members appointed by the Leon County Commission, three members appointed by the City Commission, and […]

- Staff

By Veronique George, FAMU FORWARD Florida A&M University (FAMU) has been diligently meeting with the private sector, federal officials and key legislative staff over the last several months to discuss the establishment of a new Center of Excellence in Tallahassee, Florida. The Construction and Infrastructure Technology Innovation Center of Excellence (CITIC) is an innovative multidisciplinary […]