Title: Change, Challenge and Response, Meeting Florida's Future - Pamphlet of Events
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Title: Change, Challenge and Response, Meeting Florida's Future - Pamphlet of Events
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Change, Challenge and Response, Meeting Florida's Future - Pamphlet of Events (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 1 ( Growth Management Conference - 1983 ), Item 1
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The major reason why so many people want
to move to Florida is our unique environment,
but constant unmanaged growth endangers the
environment. Unmanaged growth threatens
prime agricultural lands; it uses up natural
resources; degrades our clean air and water;
and makes social problems worse.

Uncontrolled growth is also expensive. It
results in sudden and unexpected demands for
roads, mass transit, water and sewer lines,
power plants, and hazardous waste control.

The answers to these problems must be
found. It is our hope that the three days we
spend together here will begin our journey of
discovery and lead to a better, planned future
for Florida.

Bob Graham
Governor

Curtis Peterson
President of the Senate

Lee Moffitt
Speaker of the House






PURPOSE OF THE CONFERENCE

The Saddlebrook Conference has been
convened in order to bring private and public
leadership together in a common dialogue
regarding:
the major growth management
problems facing Florida
the capacity of current
policies and programs to
resolve these problems

the development of a
consensus on an achievable
agenda for the 1984
legislative session
the consideration of
alternative solutions to
the problems.


THE SMALL GROUP PROCESS

A modification of the American Assembly
process will be used at this conference. Six
small groups, each representing a cross-section
of experience and Florida leadership, will meet
for one and one-half days to discuss major
issues on growth management. Each group will
discuss a separate and distinct, but interrelated
set of issues.

A series of issue papers, designed to provide
background information and to stimulate discussion,
will be reviewed by each group. Each group will
then identify three to five primary problems asso-
ciated with each issue within its area of concern.
The group will then develop six to ten solutions
for each issue. At least one solution must be
developed for each problem identified.


* A plenary session will be held on the final
day of the conference to review the reports and
recommendations of the small groups. Each invited
participant will have an opportunity to mark a
preference for each solution/recommendation made
by all the small groups. Thus, all participants
will have some input to all conference recommen-
dations.




CONFERENCE PRODUCTS

Two types of reports will be published
as a result of the work at this Conference.
In addition, all the issue papers will be
published as a single resource document.

The first report will contain summaries
of the discussions of each small group and will
include the group report and recommendations.
The second report will provide a summary of the
plenary session and a compilation of the pre-
ferences of all participants for each of the
solutions considered.

When completed, all reports will be
distributed to each invited participant.






CONFERENCE OFFICE

The staff for the Conference is located in
BOARDROOM D
in the southwest corner of the Pegasus Lobby.
If you need assistance of any kind, please
call: JOYCE CARTER, SISSY KAEMPFER, JIM MAY, OR
GEORGE MEIER
at 4109 or 4110.






CHANGE, CHALLENGE, AND RESPONSE


MEETING FLORIDA'S FUTURE


WEDNESDAY,


OCTOBER 19


THURSDAY, continued


10:00-4:00

10:00-NOON


2:30-4:30


Registration


Meeting
Small Group Leaders
and Recorders

Small Groups
A. Urban Policy:
Infrastructure (Blue)


B. Urban Policy:
Urban Areas (Goldenrod)

C. Urban Policy:
Planning (Green)

D. Resource Management:
Coastal Areas (Yellow)


Pegasus Lobby


West 3 & 4


NOON-1:30



1:30-5:00


West 1 & 2


West 3 & 4


East 1 & 2


East 3 & 4


7:00


Lunch
(on your own)


Small Groups
(See Wednesday agenda
for small groups and
meeting rooms.)

Dinner
Philosophical Humorist
and Raconteur:
MR. GAMBLE ROGERS
Explores the Realities of
"Growth Management" in
Oklawaha County, Florida


E. Resource Management:
Water Resources (Pink)

F. Government
Management (Buff)


Reception


West Pegasus


East Pegasus


Tent Marquee


"Who Says Growth Can Be
Managed ?"
REP, RAY LIBERTY, CHAIRMAN
House Select Committee on
Growth Management


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21


7:30-8:30

8:30-NOON

NOON-1:00


Breakfast Buffet

Plenary Session


Lunch
"Florida in the 1980s"
HONORABLE BOB GRAHAM
GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA


Tent Marquee


Pegasus


Tent Marquee


1:00-3:00


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20


Breakfast Buffet


Tent Marquee


Small Groups
(See Wednesday agenda
for small groups and
meeting rooms.)


3:00


Plenary Session


"So What Do We Do Now?"
* SENATOR CURTIS PETERSON
PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE
* REP, LEE MOFFITT
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE


Adjournment


6:00


Pegasus


7:30-8:30

8:30-NOON


Pegasus






CONFERENCE STAFF


Small Group Leaders


A. Urban Policy: Infrastructure
ROLAND EASTWOOD
Commissioner, Lee County
B. Urban Policy: Urban Areas
ALLAN MILLEDGE
Milledge & Hermlee
C. Urban Policy: Planning
MAGGY HURCHALLA
Commissioner, Martin County
D. Resource Management: Coastal Areas
GEORGE SHELDON
Levine, Freedman, Hirscg & Levinson
E. Resource Management: Water Resources
JAKE VARN
Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel, Smith
& Cutler


F. Government Management
DICK PETTIGREW
Morgan, Lewis & Bockins





Small Group Recorders


GAIL ALBRITTON
BOB APGAR
BOB BRADLEY
DOVREE BRODERSON
CAROLINE CHAMBLISS
MIKE CUSICK
DAVID HAWLEY


CHRIS HOLLAND
CHARLIE MCCOY
DANA MINERVA
ED MONTANARO
JACK OSTERHOLT
BOB PALMER
CHRIS SHOEMAKER


PAPER AUTHORS


"Infrastructure Management"
DR. JAMES E, FRANK
Florida State University
"Special Districts"
DR. JIM TAIT
Duke University
"Platted Lands"
MR. FRANK SCHNIDMAN
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
"Annexation"
MR. ED MONTANARO
Advisory Council on
Intergovernmental Relations
"Urban Boundaries"
MS. NANCY STROUD
Burke, Bosselman, Freivogel,
Weaver, Glaves & Ryan
"Urban Redevelopment"
MR. HOWARD M. LANDERS
Landers-Atkins Planners
"Local Government Comprehensive
Planning"
MS. DANA MINERVA
House Select Committee on
Growth Management
"Capital Improvement Planning"
MR. GLENN ROBERTSON
Governor's Office of Planning
and Budgeting
"Local Capital Planning
and Budgeting"
MR, RICHARD GEHRING
Post, Buckley, Shuh & Jernigan
"Beyond Zoning"
MS. KELLY CARPENTER-CRAFT
Broward County Development
Management Department
"Transportation Improvements"
MR, TOM LEWIS
Florida Department of
Transportation






"Coastal Barriers"
DR. KATHY ABRAMS
Florida International University
"Estuarine Protection"
MR. JAMES W, MACFARLAND
Florida Department of
Natural Resources
"Water Consumption"
MR. GARY W. KUHL
Southwest Florida Water
Management District
"Water Recharge and Upland
Induction Areas"
MS. ANE MERRIAM
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council
"Floodplain Management"
MR, DON MORGAN
Suwannee River Water
Management District
"Wetlands"
MR, JOHN HANKINSON
Environmental Service Center
"State Environmental Streamlining"
MR, JAY LANDERS
Ausley, McMullen, McGehee,
Carothers & Proctor

"Planning Coordination"
MR, JACK OSTERHOLT
Governor's Office of Planning
and Budgeting
"Substate Districts"
DR. EARL STARNES
University of Florida
"Beyond Land & Water Use Issues"
MR. BRAD ROBBINS
House Select Committee on
Growth Management








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