In 2017, the state legislature passed a law transferring regulation of placement of wireless utility poles in a street’s right of way from local to the state control. Governor Rick Scott signed the legislation. You can read the law here. Poles are coming to Betton Hills to enable the 5G technology.
As a result of recent media coverage regarding expired restrictive covenants in portions of our neighborhood, the BHNA Board of Directors wishes to formally restate its long standing commitment to create a welcoming community for ALL.
Recently, a prospective Betton Hills homebuyer became extremely upset about language in the original restrictive covenants for a subdivision in Betton Hills. So upset, she was put into a quandary concerning whether to go forward with the home purchase.
To see the July 1, 2019 Tallahassee Democrat article on this issue, click here.
Interest in walking and biking in Betton Hills and all of Tallahassee is on the upswing. Cascades Park and Franklin Boulevard are just two incredible examples of how walking and biking improvements enhance Tallahassee’s beauty and our quality of life. The Betton Hills Neighborhood Association board has already shared with you our efforts with the city to improve Betton Road for walkers and bicyclists. Read on to see how we can improve Thomasville Road from Betton to Midtown.