Should the city of Lakeland donate undeveloped land at the northeast corner of Main Street and Massachusetts Avenue to the Lakeland Economic Development Center’s Catapult business incubator? That question dominated a City Commission agenda study session Friday, with Commissioner Justin Troller suggesting the city hold on to the property and let Catapult use it but city administrators saying the land deal has always been part of the city’s partnership on the business incubator project. More
If nighttime valet parking comes to downtown Lakeland, drivers will still be able to park their own cars and they’ll have access to the closest parking places. Those are the first questions downtown officials clarified in an FAQ posted on Facebook today. More
Normally we don’t post promotional videos as news, but this one advances the discussion about public art in Lakeland, an issue we’ve been following.
Florida Modification Specialists‘ assets should be liquidated so that it’s debts can be paid, a bankruptcy counselor said.
The city was working on a plan to crack down on “bad landlords” with a program funded by a fee on all rentals. But after receiving pushback from property owners, city commissioners asked their staff to come up with a new way to penalize bad landlords without hurting good ones.
Scientific Games International Inc. claims former exec Brian Keith Cash downloaded company secrets before leaving to begin a new job in the Lakeland office of rival International Game Technology. IGT merged last year with GTech, which prints lottery tickets here.