A typical homeowner would pay $20 less for the fuel charge starting in March and $1.60 more for the base rate in April, under two proposals expected to be approved.
Category: City Hall
City Commission Denies Permit for Bar in a Former Church Building
The 5-2 vote came after numerous residents spoke against the proposed bar and event space on religious grounds.
City Reviews Cybersecurity Preparedness
New state laws prohibit ransomware payments and release of information that could lead to a data breach.
Lakeland Electric Implodes Power Plant with Blasts Heard Throughout the City
Three of the utility’s McIntosh units are being removed to make way for a natural-gas reciprocating engine plant.
Plans For ‘The Chapel’ Bar Might Be Halted by Neighboring Church
City regulations prohibit a bar less than 300 feet from a church downtown, unless the City Commission grants a variance.
RP Funding Center Name Would Remain, Under More Lucrative Agreement
The city of Lakeland would receive $1.25 million over the next five years for naming rights, a $500,000 increase.
City Unveils Concepts for Munn Park; Vote for Your Favorite
Conceptual renderings show a large central grassy lawn surrounded by areas for recreational activities and a shaded events stage
Resurfacing Scheduled for 31 Lakeland Streets
Residents will be notified at least two days before paving starts via information hung on house doors
Local Businessmen Want To Resurrect Church Building as a Bar
The plan to transform the now-vacant downtown space into an event venue and bar would need approval from the City Commission.
City Leaders Want Public Feedback on Munn Park’s Center
The focal point has been a blank canvas since removal of the controversial Confederate statue in 2019.