Kim Rivers

US Fish and Wildlife Service

A strong majority of Florida’s voters came together behind a constitutional amendment allowing medical marijuana.  Now Florida’s lawmakers have to come together to roll out the changes.

Perspectives: Downtown Development

Dec 5, 2014

Will Tallahassee keep growing at its present rate and how may those growth patterns change over time?  Our expert panel has the insights: Jay Revell, executive director of the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority; Roxanne Manning who heads the Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency; Kim Rivers, a principal of Inkridge, LLC, which owns the downtown Doubletree Hotel; and Will Butler of Real Estate InSync.