TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Tenants of the Town South Plaza on Tallahassee's South Side may soon learn what will happen to them once the new Tallahassee Public Safety Complex development begins.
WTXL ABC 27's Jada Williams was live Wednesday morning with a breakdown of what city commissioner's will discuss.
The city is working to turn the Towne South Place on South Monroe into the new Public Safety Complex. But the main problem they're facing is displacing or terminating leases with the current shopping center tenants.
The city is now looking to start the process to get the approved property as well as provide an alternative to address the future needs of the existing tenants.
Recommendations to the city commission include allowing all tenants, regardless of lease periods, to remain in their current space until construction starts.
They're also recommending helping those businesses find available lease spaces as well as funding for physically relocating goods and equipment.
It is also recommended that staff develop individual plans for each tenant based on their need. Funding for the relocation services would be through funds generated by the leases.
This will be brought up at Wednesday's City Commission meeting, but development won't begin until 2020.