Aero Associates Inc


Aero Associates Inc
Aero Associates Inc is listed in the Aircraft Service & Maintenance category in Tallahassee, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Aero Associates Inc which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Aero Associates Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

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3226 Capital Cir SW
Tallahassee, FL 32310
(850) 575-2590
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Building leaders today! The Tallahassee Future Leaders Academy (TFLA), the City’s summer youth employment program, is coming back. TFLA connects local youth, ages 15-20, with area businesses for an educational, fun-filled, summer job opportunity. With more than 200 student applications anticipated this year, there are many opportunities for local businesses to participate. By taking part in the TFLA employment program, businesses can help young people grow in the areas of leadership, professionalism and financial literacy. If you manage a business that would like to host a TFLA participant, please fill out a business application on Learn more about the program, which will run from June 19 to July 28, by calling at the City of Tallahassee’s Human Resources and Workforce Development department at 891-8214 or visiting

With a focus on continuing to foster revitalization in the Greater Frenchtown/Southside and Downtown districts, today's Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) meeting included discussion and decisions on a number of items, including the sale of the Firestone/Bloxham properties. The CRA Board, which is comprised of the Tallahassee City Commission and four Leon County Commissioners, also awarded a number of grants to local businesses for improvements. Learn more:
Alison Faris, City of Tallahassee Department of Communications, 891-8533; or Mathieu Cavell, Leon County Community and Media Relations, 606-5300

CRA board approves sale of Firestone/Bloxham properties & awards grants to local businesses for improvements. More:…

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Yesterday was a busy & exciting day as we hosted a tour of #Tallahassee for members of the Florida League of Cities, Inc. Youth Council who were visiting from various FL cities. First stop? The Public Safety Complex with greetings from Gil Ziffer and a visit with the Consolidated Dispatch Agency, Emergency Management and a crowd favorite, the City's Traffic Operations Division. The tour continued with a visit to the Smokey Hollow Commemoration, a stroll through Cascades Park and across the Capital Cascades Crossing pedestrian bridge. Even after a ride down FAMU Way and through College Town learning about the local Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), there was still time for a quick tour of the City's Wastewater Treatment Facility, a presentation on the City's new Solar Farm project and a behind the scenes look at the continued enhancements at Tallahassee International Airport. Phew! We clearly have a lot to be proud of here in our community, and it was a pleasure to share that with young people and others from across the state.

Building leaders today! Businesses encouraged to participate in youth summer employment program:…

City Manager & @LeonCounty Administrator to give State of the Community Address after Neighborhood Awards Kick-Off.…

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At the kick-off event for the annual Neighborhood Recognition Program this Monday, March 27, you can also hear from City Manager Ricardo Fernandez and County Administrator Vincent Long about the state of our community. Each will update citizens on the progress and challenges facing the City of Tallahassee and Leon County. The kick-off event will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the DKO Providence Community Service Center located at 1908 HIghland Street.

At today's Tallahassee City Commission workshop, trees were the topic of the day. After discussion, Commissioners unanimously approved the establishment of the Urban Forest Master Plan, modifications to the current City standard for tree trimming near electric utility lines and preliminary steps toward targeted overhead to underground electric utility conversions. To begin crafting the Urban Forest Master plan, the Commission directed staff to issue a Request for Proposal for a qualified urban forestry consultant to perform an Urban Tree Canopy Analysis, an organizational review, a public engagement program and other recommended tasks. The plan will be a multi-year effort that begins with a comprehensive assessment of Tallahassee's trees. The tree inventory will collect information such as size, condition and species of public trees, as well as maintenance needs and planting location conflicts. The plan's development will assess City policy and code and include all divisions that deal with urban forest management. As the plan moves forward, community input will be sought to help create a vision for balancing the needs of the community with best management practices for incorporating healthy trees and canopy into daily urban life. "Through the Urban Forest Master Plan, we are committed to developing a long-range strategy to keep Tallahassee a Tree City USA for generations to come," Office of the Mayor - Tallahassee, FL Andrew Gillum said. Commissioners also voted to enhance electric reliability by expanding tree trimming near power lines. The tree trimming modifications were recommended based on the success of a pilot program that was conducted in select areas around Tallahassee. Results from the pilot program showed a reduction in outages in those areas. This modification authorizes replacement plantings in cases of tree removal. As part of these efforts to create a more resilient community and electric grid, the Commission voted to move forward with a study and development of preliminary designs and cost estimates for the underground conversion of electric lines along Miccosukee Road's medical corridor. This area includes a significant number of medical and senior care facilities, and a targeted undergrounding effort in this area could provide enhanced reliability for these critical customers. To encourage more developer-driven conversions, which will help create a more storm-resilient electric grid, the Commission also approved adoption of a permanent cost-sharing arrangement for future main circuit overhead to underground conversions. Learn more at