In Tallahassee, complaints about landlords and tenants are not uncommon. A free legal clinic Thursday evening is set up to help people decide whether to resolve those issues through the courts.
Your landlord unfairly keeps your deposit. Or your tenant isn’t keeping up her end of the lease. Judge Ronald Flury and several lawyers will address these issues—and general small claims questions—at the workshop.
Legal Services of North Florida Development Director John Fenno says there’s no shortage of landlord-tenant issues in this college town.
A controversial repeal of a Wakulla County wetlands protection ordinance is set to take effect in about a week.
While a public vote on whether to repeal the ordinance is on the November ballot, Monday’s Wakulla County commission vote centered around what should be done during the months leading up to the referendum. And, in a 4 to 1 decision, commissioners repealed the ordinance requiring a 75-foot buffer zone around the county’s wetlands during a final public hearing on the issue.
Students at the Florida State University Center for Intensive English Studies are mourning the loss of their classmate after his drowning on Saturday. Nineteen-year-old Saud Alajmi had returned to the Chipola River with a handful of classmates a day after a school-sponsored tubing trip there.
A new development has been unveiled in the Doak Campbell Stadium disability parking situation.
Remember Gordon Palmer? Well the Tallahassee attorney, FSU Football fan, and wheel-chair user spoke with Tallahassee Democrat and WFSU last month about Florida State University plans to move all disability parking spaces away from the football stadium to a parking garage around 300 yards away, save for a few disability spaces for boosters. Now there has been a change in the university’s policy and Palmer believes it is because of the backlash.