CEOs favor ‘Dream’ retail park in Northwest Miami-Dade Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/biz-monday/article17887178.html
The Florida Department of Transportation has created the Complete Streets website. This site provides information about the implementation team, face-to-face workshops, the project schedule, and copies of presentations and background material. For details, please visit http://www.dot.state.fl.us/rddesign/CSI/Default.shtm.
Spring 2015 - In this issue: U.S. 1 COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT - VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA, FL TBRPC LEADS THE WAY FOR MEDICAL TOURISM IN TAMPA BAY 79TH ST CORRIDOR INITIATIVE COMMUNITY ACTION PLAN ENERGY SUMMIT TAMPA BAY _____________________________________________________________ REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCILS Providing professional technical support to local governments, state and regional partners, and the civic
Few parts of the United States are as vulnerable to sea level rise as South Florida. As the water level rises in the coming years and decades, the impact will dramatically change South Florida’s landscape. http://interactive.sun-sentinel.com/rising-seas/
Forget “bans” on talking about climate. These Florida Republicans are too busy protecting their coasts By Chris Mooney March 31 at 11:09 AM Hollywood, Fla., Commissioner Patty Asseff (Angel Valentin for The Washington Post ) HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Patty Asseff, a longtime realtor and a Republican, drives through town in her jet black Tesla. Asseff, who has sold
Miami's 79th Street Corridor is surrounded by several hotspots including downtown, Miami International Airport and Miami Beach. Despite its close proximity to these places and access to public transportation, there is not much there to attract people passing through. The Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida (NHSSF) is working to create a vibrant corridor where
The Florida Brownfields Association held their annual strategic meeting at the South Florida Regional Council’s office on January 7th. Presentations were made by the Legislative & Policy, Education and Outreach, Environmental Justice & Public Health, Technical and Annual Conference Committees. An ambitious agenda was set to provide greater value to association members. Please visit the
79th Street Corridor Partners in Progress Initiative and Community Action Plan – The 79th Street Corridor Partners in Progress Initiative and Community Action Plan was submitted for review at the January 5th council meeting. The 79th Street Corridor Community Action Plan provides critical information and action items that will help guide the continued transformation of
The election of Council officers took place at the South Florida Regional Council’s January 5th council meeting. Governor Appointee, Sandra Walters was elected as the Chair, Councilmember David Rice became Vice-Chair, Councilmember Xavier Suarez became Treasurer and Councilmember Patricia Asseff was selected as Secretary. Chair Stacy Ritter is now the Immediate Past Chair.