Tallahassee’s Neighborhood Redevelopment Company board will take into account a grant proposal Wednesday to change unused procuring house into an event heart and business incubator.
The $750,000 grant request arrives from Cherished By Jesus Family members Church, a nonprofit developed by Dot Inman-Johnson and her husband. With the income, the nonprofit will lease and renovate a 25,000 square foot space in the City South Searching Middle on South Monroe Avenue.
The approach is to incorporate a catering kitchen and recording studio for occupation coaching.
“All of these possibilities would be offered for training,” Inman-Johnson informed WFSU Monday, forward of the challenge likely prior to a CRA advisory committee. “We would also have vocational courses like electrical helpers, assistants or apprentice, HVAC, plumbing, quite a few trade work opportunities.”
The facility would also involve ballrooms and business office area for hire, which Inman-Johnson hopes would make it profitable following the very