Title: Growth Management Short Course - March 13-15, 1991
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2N ANNUAL* tS16N FOR FiOtm'5 r FUTURE


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MANA&GMENT


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SCHEDULE


Wednesday, March 13,1991


Thursday, March 14, 1991 (continued)


10:00 a.m. 5:45 p.m.

1:00 p.m. 1:45 p.m.










2:00 p.m. 3:41) p m
3:40 p.m. 4.110 p i




4:00 p.m. 5:4'i p.m.
5:45 p.m. o 4-5 p in.






After 6:45 p.m.


Course Materials Available
for Pick-Up
Introduction &
Ann ouncements-
Stan Price, MNoderator
I\ welcome Remark;s:
Glenda Hood. :
C hairwoman. Florida
Chamber ot Commerce
I n v cited Keynote Speaker
Lt. Governor Budd\
MacKay
First Series of Courses
Cottee Break
iSponsor: Ruden. Barnett.
NMcClosk\. Snitlh.
Schuster & Rus-.ellI
Second Series of Cour-.es
Opening Reception honoring
Florida s Governor and
Cabinet
iSponsor: Cha mbers
De elopment
Company)
Dinner On \ our On\\n


Thursday, March 14,1991


7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.




8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m.


12:25 p.m. 1:30 p.m.





1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m.


7:15 a.m. 00 a.m.



1:00 a.m. S:30 a.m.


Continental Breakfa-t
(S:ponor. Carlton. Fields.
Ward. Emmanuel.
Smith & Cutlern


General Se-ssion
Keynote Speaker"
Ioh n Si mond


8:45 a.m. -10:25 a.m. Third Series of Courses


10:25 a.m. -10:45 a.m.


10:45 a.m. -12:25 p.m.


Coffee Break
(Sponsor: Fowler, White,
Gillen,Boggs, Villareal
& Banker, P.A.)
Fourth Series of Courses.


8:30 a.m. -10:10 a.m.
10:10 a.m. -10:30 a.m.




10:30 a.m. -12:10 p.m.


Lunch
(Sponsor: Holland &
Knight and Post,
Buckley, Schuh &
Jernigan
General Session
"Projects from Hell". (A
presentation you don't
want to miss) Henry
Skokowski and Dick
Bjornseth


2:00:p.m. 3:40 p.m. Fifth Series of Courses


3.40 p.m. 4:00 p.m.


4:00 p.m. 5:401 p.m.
Alter 5:40 p.m


Refreshment Break
(Sponsor: Coastal
Technology
Corporation and
Reynolds, Smith &
Hills)
Si\th Series ot Courses-
Dinner On 1 our Oin\\


Continental Breakta-st
ISponsor. \Vilson. Miller,
Barton & Peek. Inc.)
General Se--ion
Presentation ot the
Department of
Community Atffairs' 1991
Growth MNanagement
A.\wards Tom Pelham
Secretary Department of
Conmmunit\ Affairs
Seventh Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
(Sponsor: Fine, Jacobson,
Schwartz,Nash, Block
& England, P.A.)
Eighth Series of Courses


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Friday, March 15, 1991


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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Glenda Hood

as' elected to the Orlandl C!t\ Ctiuncil
inl 1,-' and re-tltcted in I So and woll>
Ihe cuPrrentl_ ,er\e., as Chalri\e nman ior
the Florida Chainber ov Commn ercn e T
Past-Prtsidel it o the Fl ,rida Leat. ue of
C- tir i and as rtcentl,, electd second
Vice-Pre dnt ,I the Natigonal League at Cilties lenda haas recte ,ed
nulmer .,ou, honors 1.-r c.,nlLlitini\ a l r ice at the local ;tatt and natlin-
a I ctel. In hlr pirate. endleai ors Glenda o ns an Orlando plbilhc
relation. consultng business Glenda E Hood & Associate' Inc
Glenda i.; a nalte vt Orlando a g.ralduah at R .Ih rn- College and hIa'
completed studyt at Hanarrd init er.it\ ,inhn F kienned\ School ,,
Go1\ ernnnt Pro gram for Senllor E\etiu\e i in state and local gt,\ern-
mnletl




KEYNOTE SPEAKER

John Simonds

is partn-r en r i ILl o Il EIPD
E I\ ironmental 'lanniniig & De-ign in
Pittslburglh lanntrs of record lor o\etr
b si\t) ialjor comnluinitie, He has itr\ ed
a.5 ad\ lror to nIlllnlreriL ltate anld Itderal
agencles. a a Ineillber ol the Go\ rnlori
Task Force oIn Florida': Natural Resources and tht1 Pre'ident ; Task
Force on En\ ironmntal Qal Quaht He has lecture.l at leading unliersi-
ties in the Li S and abroad and is a nlmember of man\ prolem slnal
association, including the Amnitrican Socit\ of Landscape Architecri.
and the Intirprolt,_e.i'.,nal Commi ssio''n ,'n Enk ironmental Des gn.
Which he helped to Iound






WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

..::Do growth management laws and regulations affect the way
you or your company are able to operate? Do you find it diffi-
c:'.ult to keep updated on legislative and regulatory change? If
,o, then you need to register today for this powerful edxuca-
::ional program. The courses have been carefully developed
for


:: Planners
SLocal Government Officials
: ConsulAants
: Environmental Professionals
,' Citizen interestt Groups
, Property Appraisers


* Realtors
* Attorney?
* Developers
* Engineers
* Home Builders
* Bankers


KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Thomas Pelham

i:. S"ecretari t tli Fl.orida Department ot
1 on Communllll Altrir in Tallah.i ee Pri'r
S t 1115i appollint ent ja '_ecreta.r\ in
February\ I1' '. Pelhliam acquired br.i ad
Se\p\erieiice ini eimr ironnil tal and land
us planning lI.a\ F.I r elet~ l \e.ar he
practiced lai\ in Tallahasei e Florida represe;tntin both developer
and Liinironmential iand catiz.n, groups' He ha. been a member and
chairman o t the Tallaha,~lee-Leon Cou'nt\ Plannillnin Ci omnll l anlld a
mtnmber of thli Capital Ctentr Planning Commnlnil'"on He Iha. tlagiht
land u-e planiiing l.i it a- a nitm ber ut tht ''ouitll ern Methodi- t
Linl\erslit\ school -tI Lai" rom lu'" to IQ.111 and Florida State
Lini\ersit\ trom I1i to 1u4 Mr Pelhan i' the author ot a b'ook and
numerouL' article on Florida roi\ tl management program




COURSE MODERATOR

Stanley B. Price

I' the head ot tht Land L'si: Group tor
Fine la.ob-oln S'chi.artz Nash Block &
En.4glnd in their aMiim ittiice Prior to-
olnllii the firni he i\as the ,--i.tialnt
Count\ Atto'rlve '.I MNetropi:otlin Dide
COLtllln \ in charil t uI iits zonlng anid land
use dl i-ion Mr Price is co-chairman ot tile Building and Zoning
Comnnlttee tor the Greater Mllami Chambe.r ,t Coimm'iiier He has al-o
been an Adjunct Proles.or ot Land Li-e Lai" at the LIniverit\ ot
Miami School ot Lati He ha'. been instrum-enal in dtralting. ma ilr land
use legislation and liaj i written and spoken requtientl\ on tile r'pkl it
troi' th nlanagtement






DON'T FORGET THESE DATES:


Environmental.Permtting Summer School
tMarrioWs Marco Island Resorti
July 70-12, 199

Sofld & aatErdous Wast Management Short-Course
(Florida State Conference Center. Tallahassee)
October 8-9, 1991

1992 Environmental Permitting Short-Course
(Florida State Conference Center, Tallahassee)
January 15-17, 1992


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CONTINUING EDUCATION

FLORIDA BAR CREDIT:
Conference partlcipant- %ill ha\ e thl opportLluniti to earn
Continuing Legal Ediuc.ation Unit-. through the Florida Bar.
Tlii- Siort-Course hai qualified tor 211 hour. ot CLE credit
lthrou-iigh the Florida Bar'- D ci.ination Plan in thle .ar-as of:
En\ ironnmental Lawi I20i Adimni-trati\ e & Giovernmcntal Law
(20); Real Property La\ I121ii; and Gnrra.l Practice i2l. Ethics
(2): For Certki.cation 20 hour- Real E-tate

STATE BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS:
Required and electric credits hI\ t been applied for. Please call
904/385-1790 for moreinformation.

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION CREDIT:
This Short-Course has been approved for 16 hours of Appraiser
Continuing Education credit and 11 hours of Brokers and
Salesman Renewal Continuing Education credit by the Florida
Real Estate Commission.

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Florida Chamber's second annual Growth Management
Short-Course has been carefully organized to provide atten-
dees with intensive sessions on a wide variety of growth man-
agement topics. You may select 8 out of the 39 topics offered,
and you'll spend 1 hour and 40 minutes in each of your chosen
sessions. This widely acclaimed and successful program format
will allow you to plan your course work to fit your specific
needs.

Over 140 private and public sector experts will share their
knowledge and experience with you in each of the 39 growth
management breakout sessions.



COURSE FEE:

The conference registration fee schedule is as follows:

Members of The Florida Chamber, APA,
1000 Friends of Florida ..................................................$375.00
Non-Florida Chamber Members..........................................$445.00
Local Government (cities & counties) ...............................$295.00

The registration fee is payable in advance and includes: atten-
dance at eight of the 39 Short-Course sessions; one reception;
one luncheon; two continental breakfasts; refreshment breaks;
perfect-bound notebook with outlines and handout materials
related to all 39 courses (over 800 pages).



REFUND POLICY:

90% Refund If request is postmarked 10 or more days prior
to conference.


50% Refund If request is postmarked 5 to 9 days prior to
conference.
No Refund If request is postmarked fewer than 5 days prior
to conference.

All requests for refunds will be processed within 30 days after
the course presentation. (Substitutions accepted upon notifica-
tion. There will be no refunds for attendees who are "no-
shows").



LOCATION:

The Florida State Conference Center (near FSU) in Tallahassee
is the site for this annual Growth Management Short-Course.
The Conference Center is located at 555 W. Pensacola Street,
directly across from the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center.
Parking for the Conference Center will be in the Civic Center
parking lot.



HOTELS:

A limited number of rooms has been reserved at the Radisson
Hotel, Ramada Inn North and Holiday Inn University Center.
You are encouraged to contact these hotels directly as soon as
possible since the block of rooms being held for our registrants
can only be held for a limited time. The hotel cut-off date is:
February 28, 1990. For special conference rates, please men-
tion that you are attending The Florida Chamber's Growth
Management Short-Course.


Radisson Hotel
415 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
904/224-6000
$79 Single; $89 Double


Ramada Inn North
2900 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32303
904/386-1027
$58 Single; $64 Double


Holiday Inn University Center
316 W. Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
904/222-8000
$49 Single; $57 Double

All hotels will have a shuttle service available to transport
attendees to and from the Florida State Conference Center.
Details on the shuttle times and locations will be forwarded to
you with your conference acknowledgment.



SPECIAL AIRFARE:

Delta Airlines has arranged special discount fares for your meet-
ing travel (certain restrictions may apply). For further details
regarding these discounts, you or your travel agent should call
Delta Airlines at 800/221-1212 and ask for Special Meeting
Network. The file reference number for this meeting is 1-34033.


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UNDERSTANDING GROWTH MANAGEMENT

A GROWTH MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW AND UPDATE:
chronological review of growth management in Florida,
including 1985 landmark legislation and subsequent
amendments; purpose and intent; respective roles of state,
regional and local government; update on status of imple-
mentation; review of major policy decisions; emerging
trends and issues. Instructors: Alan Gold, Jim Murley, Jack
Osterholt, Harry Stewart

B ENFORCEMENT, STANDING AND LEGAL APPEALS:
implementation and enforcement of local plans and devel-
opment regulations; review of process for legal appeal of
local plans, land development regulations and develop-
ment orders; discussion of legal standing; timeframe for cit-
izen and agency intervention; practical considerations;
examples. Instructors: Larry Keesey, Richard Grosso, Sandra
Augustine, Mike Davis

C VESTED RIGHTS UNDER CHAPTER 163: common law
vested rights; overview of key legal decisions; impact of
Chapter 163 on vested rights; vested rights of DRI's;
overview of selected local government vested rights ordi-
nances. Instructors: Bob Apgar, Paul Gougelman, Marjorie
Student, Don McClosky

D LOCAL COMPREHENSIVE PLANS AND PLAN AMEND-
MENTS- detailed review of local planning requirements
required and optional plan element-: con i tenc\ with -tale
ind regional plans; timetable for implementation. plan
review and certilication process; compliance agreement-:
plan amendment-. plan evaluation and apprai-al report-s.
citizen standing and appeal; key legal and administrative
decisions. Instructors: Paul Gougelman, Les Solin, Don
Lanham, Ben Starrett

E WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? LGCP AFTERMATH:
Three informative case studies of Hillsborough, Manatee
and Sarasota Counties; course designed to explore options
and problems facing local governments and regulated inter-
ests as Florida's growth management process moves for-
ward through plan certification and adoption of imple-
menting regulations; audience participation encouraged.
Instructors: Rhea Law, Steve Pfeiffer, Georgianne Ratliff, Rick
Drummond

F LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS IN URBAN
AREAS: statutory requirements; mandatory land develop-
ment regulations; other "necessary and desirable" regula-
tions; requirement for compilation into single land develop-
ment code; timetable for implementation; process for adop-
tion and legal appeal; force and effect of adopted regula-
tions; development orders and development order appeals;
course emphasis on urban areas. Instructors: Bill Merrill,
David Risinger, David Kovacs

G LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS IN RURAL
AREAS: statutory requirements; mandatory land develop-
ment regulations; other "necessary and desirable" regula-
tions; requirement for compilation into single land develop-
ment code; timetable for implementation; process for adop-
tion and legal appeal; force and effect of adopted regula-


tions; development orders and development order appeals;
course emphasis on rural areas. Instructors: Nikki Clayton,
Gail Easley, Dick Kelton, David Coffey

H DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT: implementing
rules and policies; procedural requirements; review criteria
and current agency practices; role of Department of
Community Affairs, regional planning councils and local
government; vested rights under Chapters 380 and 163;
thresholds; binding letter process; aggregation legislation
and rules; case studies and examples. Instructors: Nancy
Linnan, Mike Patterson, Tom Beck, Brian Teeple

I TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND ACCESS MAN-
AGEMENT: includes review of DOT's access management
rule; application of rule; effect on levels of service; trans-
portation corridor location; discussion of applicable statutes
and rules; respective responsibilities of state, local govern-
ment, and MPO's with regard to transportation facility
planning; emerging trends and issues. Instructors: John Beck,
Jim Lee, Jeff Crammond, Gary Sokolow

J URBAN SPRAWL AND URBAN SERVICE AREAS: defini-
tions; question of legal authority; indicators of urban
sprawl; agency review criteria and local planning strategies;
tools for controlling sprawl; urban service areas and urban
growth boundaries; economic implications; effect on urban
and rural land values. Instructors: Bill Hyde, Howard Landers,
A.iei Shetinhi, n Robl Ma.ce

K CONCURRENCV MANAGEMENT: applicable statutes and
rules demintion ot concurrence\ and required level ott -er-
\ite standards; review ot nllnimu rn criteria to-r ConCiurrenv
management systems; translating LOS standards trom the
Comp Plan; budgeting and fiscal policies; monitoring and
development review procedures; intergovernmental and
private sector coordination; emphasis on program require-
ments. Instructors: Stan Price, Randy Young, Jean Roush-
Burnett, Ann Shermyen

L DEFINING "ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES" FOR CON-
CURRENCY: existing and proposed concurrency manage-
ment policies and methodologies are reviewed; which
approach works best for your Florida city; emerging new
directions for concurrency policy; special emphasis on
appropriateness and acceptability of each method.
Instructors: Ron Weaver, Pat McCue, Tim Jackson, Rick Hall

M REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE WITH CONCURRENCY:
analysis of selected representative concurrency manage-
ment systems; emphasis on recent experience in five juris-
dictions; actual use of developer agreements; course
designed for extensive audience participation. Instructors:
Carter McDowell, Jake Stowers, Steve Logan, Susan Swift

N TRANSPORTATION LEVELS OF SERVICE: a brief histo-
ry on development LOS principles; key concepts of the 1985
Highway Capacity Manual; data requirements for LOS cal-
culation; projection of traffic volumes for LOS analysis;
Florida DOT research and procedures explained; practical
advice provided for both public and private sector profes-
sionals. Instructors: Rick Hall, Bill McShane, Doug McLeod,
Danny Pleasant


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0 NON-TRANSPORTATION LEVELS OF SERVICE: statuto-
ry and regulatory requirements; consistency with plan ele-
ments; required 5-year schedules for achieving and main-
taining LOS standards; data requirements for LOS calcula-
tion; practical advice provided for both public and private
sector officials; covers LOS standards for potable water,
sanitary sewer, solid waste, drainage, parks and recreation.
Instructors: Ed Stacker, Tom Peek, Howard Landers, Don Kowell

P COPING WITH CONCURRENCY: strategies and solutions;
application of concurrency management methodologies;
calculating available infrastructure capacity; determining
impact of proposed development; practical examples and
ca e ttJiti i- tl,. t...,' Fti d i.,arnhrrJt E,;ln'd R Sii.,'. Stey'
G c'orit .. -. .,r'.,ii C-ll l i-. i tIl

FINANCING GROWTH

Q TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT:
emerging trends and issues with regard to financing
Florida's transportation infrastructure needs; views of new
.adi ni tlra.tlon o\ er tle,' o0 re\ einut -'rurir e integration ot
capital racilitie- planning element with other tederal. -tate
and rei.'ional transportation planning prograxm-. includinJ
NUO discusion >> o potential need to'r le.-i'hlitike or
ad ninii -tr.iti cha ngL- is lii t u toi n P 'ii 'iii. Jaic Vanrr'
Tim Jackson, Annette Phillips

R NON-TRANSPORTATION FACILITY PLANNING AND
FINANCING: review of applicable local plan requirements
including capital improvements element; review of applica-
ble funding sources including intergovernmental revenues,
ad valorem taxes, user fees, impact fees and developer exac-
tions, utility fees, special taxing districts, franchise fees and
other sources; covers planning and financing strategies
such as urban service areas and concurrency management
systems; course emphasis on practical examples and case
studies. Instructors: Bob Nabors, Steve Lienhart, Larry
Arrington, Jim Marling

S IMPACT FEES AND DEVELOPER EXACTIONS: scope
and limitations of use; legal basis; restrictions; "rational
nexus" legal test; application as concurrency management
tool; current agency practices; importance relative to other
sources of funding; examples and case studies. Instructors:
Charles Siemon, Hank Fishkind, Doug Buck, Sara Lockhart

T SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS: review of use of special
taxing districts; effect of recent legislation; methods of for-
mation; reporting requirements; limitations; discussion of
special districts as concurrency management tools; public
and private sector applications; examples and case studies.
Instructors: Cheryl Stuart, Ken van Assenderp, Mary Kay
Falconer

KEY ISSUES

U AFFORDABLE HOUSING: review of growth management
requirements with regard to affordable housing; specific
provisions of law and rules; housing element of local com-
prehensive plans; analyzing existing projected housing
needs; review of Florida's affordable housing programs;
strategies to address affordable housing needs; private sec-


tor incentives and public-private partnerships; emerging
trends and issues. Instructors: Doug Buck, Jeannie Fewell, Bob
Ansley, Claudia Frese, Mark Hendrickson

V UPLAND HABITAT AND ENDANGERED SPECIES PRO-
TECTION: delineation of issues; applicable statutes and
rules; effect of state, regional and local plans and imple-
menting ordinances; review of proposed upland habitat
and gopher tortoise rules; illustrative examples; environ-
mental mitigation; emerging trends and issues. Instructors:
Miranda Fitzgerald, Mike Dennis, Tom Beck, Brad Hartman

W COASTAL GROWTH RESTRICTIONS: covers sweeping
requirements of local o\ errnment- and state agencies to
protect Fliridai s coa-t. detailed re\ lew of requirements of
c~',-tal element ot local plans and implementing LDR's; pol-
ic\ restrictions on coastal barrier development; coastal con-
-truction control line permit- -tatL sovereign submerged
lands; public access and building standards; coastal safety
and evacuation as a factor in coastal planning; impact of
proposed amendments to federal Coastal Management Act
(H R 4031i new initiative- on continrl of stormiitater runoff
in coastal area_. Istli uct..,,:* in ml, 1.', Hi i S.7- z0, Kirby
Gree, Barl[,,a 1tin-Todd

X STORMWATER PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT: plan-
ning and regulatory requirements; review of concurrency as
applied to stormwater management; existing versus new
systems; methods of financing; stormwater master plans;
stormwater utilities; effect of recent legislation; respective
roles of state, regional and local government; effect of pend-
ing changes to federal regulations; changing requirements
of state regulatory agencies and water management dis-
tricts. Instructors: Frank Matthews, Carla Palmer, Dave Zeno,
Eric Livingston

Y DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT AND HISTORIC
PRESERVATION: downtown redevelopment strategies;
public/private partnerships; redirecting growth; varying
LOS standards; area wide DRI's; incentives for redevelop-
ment; special taxing districts; designated land use cate-
gories; implementing regulations and ordinances; planning
and design innovations; safe neighborhood improvement
districts; historic preservation; applicable federal and state
programs; tax and other incentives; model ordinances;
emerging trends and issues. Instructors: Lee Einsweiler,
Marcus Hepburn, Rick Mussett

Z NEW TOWNS, URBAN VILLAGES, AND SATELLITE
COMMUNITIES: planned new urban communities in rural
areas; necessary data and analyses to justify new communi-
ties; effect of future land use and related plan elements;
standards for internal traffic capture, complimentary mix of
land uses, timing of construction, balance between jobs and
housing, clustering, provision of efficient use of infrastruc-
ture, and open space; performance standards to insure com-
patibility with surrounding rural land uses; standards for
avoiding urban sprawl; rural villages, traditional neighbor-
hood development districts, pedestrian pockets, use of
Florida Quality Development process; examples and case
studies. Instructors: Frank Friedmann, Victor Dover, Jaime
Correa, Dan Carey


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ALSO FEATURING

AA TAKINGS, TEMPORARY TAKINGS, AND MORATO-
RIA: taking by regulation; development of Florida and
Federal law; recent Florida and Federal cases; When
does a land use regulation/concurrency management
system create a taking? What are the limitations on local
governments' use of moratoria? Instructors: Cliff
Schulman, Charles Siemon, Ron Weaver, Nancy Linnan

BB NOT IN MY BACK YARD: growth management conflict
resolution; discussion of difficulties associated with
hard-to-site facilities such as sanitary landfills, prisons,
power generating plants, wastewater treatment facilities
and hazardous waste treatment facilities; review of facil-
ity sifting process; practical examples and case studies;
emerging trends and issues. Instructors: Fred McCormack,
Jeffrey Meredith, Greg Rosser

CC INNOVATIONS IN PLANNING AND URBAN DESIGN
(Course One): survey of innovative approaches toward
achieving compliance with Florida's growth manage-
ment statutes and rules; examples of superior planning
and urban designs; review of "state of the art" planning
and urban design methodologies. Instructors: Sam Poole,
Henry Skokowski, Dick Galehouse

DD INNOVATIONS IN PLANNING AND URBAN DESIGN
{Course Two): -r.uretr of inno%; ti\ i appi,.icheI. ti\ka rd
.iachltin comnpliani e \\ th Florida'- 4r>,\\ th manage-
nenti statutci and rule example ort .u iperior planning
.,rd urban de-. ins ro\ iet ot "state o'r the art" plannrun-
.and urban dn gn mclhodololgige- l.l;tri itr-r \,lii ii
Eldo,, li P ', ,-t- P11 1 ...,:-l D ul,-a l\i7 h

EE FLORIDA'S WATER WARS: impact of water availabili-
ty on growth; review of water management conflicts;
water management districts; regional water supply
authorities; interbasin and interdistrict transfer of water;
water conservation and water resources development;
wellfield protection; protection of aquifer recharge areas;
emerging issues. Instructors: Jake Varn, Henry Dean, Ed de
la Parte, Chuck Aller

FF WINDFALLS AND WIPEOUTS: panel discussion on the
effects of Florida's growth management programs on
property values; panel to address such issues as concur-
rency, urban sprawl policy, urban service areas, and
upland habitat protection; public and private sector pro-
fessionals engage in a lively discussion of this controver-
sial issue. Instructors: Dudley Goodlette, Don Carson, Ted
Williams, Jack Osterholt

GG POLICIES OF THE NEW ADMINISTRATION: growth
management policies and viewpoint of the new adminis-
tration; panelists to include representatives of the
Department of Community Affairs, Governor's Office of
Planning and Budgeting, Department of Transportation,
and Department of Environmental Regulation; course
designed to provide for frank exchange of ideas; audi-
ence participation encouraged. Instructors: Linda Shelley
(Moderator), other panelists to be announced


HH ENVIRONMENTAL LAND ACQUISITION; REGIONAL
MITIGATION LAND BANKS: review of state, regional,
and local environmental land acquisition programs;
implementation of 1990 "Preservation 2000" legislation
including Florida Communities Trust program; CARL
and Save Our Rivers land purchase programs; mitiga-
tion and regional mitigation land banks; current agency
practices; emerging state and federal trends and issues.
Instructors: Charles Hardee, Mike Dennis, John Hankinson,
Anne Peery

II GROWTH MANAGEMENT OR GRIDLOCK: candid
panel discussion of impact of growth management laws
and regulations on Florida's economy and development
patterns; emphasis on practical application of principle
of concurrency; capital facilities financing options, devel-
opment moratoria, panel designed to provide "unfil-
tered" viewpoints of public and private sector.
Instructors: George Weeks, Bill Barton, Clay Henderson,
Maggy Hurchalla

JJ ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN GROWTH MANAGE-
MENT: complexity in growth management laws and
rules inevitably leads to situations in which the legal and
ethical responsibilities of the attorney, planning consul-
tant and client are unclear; course focuses on ethical con-
flicts, disclosure, third party involvement, confidentiali-
ty, client/attorney and consultant relationships.
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KK GROWTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT- eni Ironmental
con-id (rati.n in groitli management, \eltland- and
upland habitat protection; recreation and open space;
wellfield and aquifer protection; water and wastewater
management; integration of growth management with
federal, state and local environmental permitting pro-
grams. Instructors: Patricia i'ii,'rr. Alan Reynolds, Clay
Henderson, David Woods

LL FLORIDA'S PLANNING FUTURE: a continuum of
growth management leadership examines the changing
effects of Florida's growth management laws and regula-
tions; panel discussion designed to look into short and
long-term future; examination of economic and other
effects of implementation; discussion of need for legisla-
tive or administrative changes. Instructors: Bob Rhodes,
John DeGrove, Tom Pelham, Rob Magee

PLUS

MM "SNAPSHOT" VIEW OF 1991 GROWTH MANAGE-
MENT LEGISLATION: detailed review of growth man-
agement and related legislation under consideration by
the 1991 Legislature; examination of legislative trends
and attitudes including a "very qualified" forecast of
expected results. Instructors: Wade Hopping, Representative
Fred Jones, Casey Gluckman, Diane Salz, Stephen Hogge, rep-
resentative of the Department of Community I'i, ,


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Chuck Aller Bureau Chief, Bureau of Drinking Water &
Groundwater Resources, Department of Environmental
Regulation, Tallahassee
Bob Ansley Executive Director, Orlando Neighborhood
Improvement Corporation, Orlando
Bob Apgar Partner, Haben & Culpepper, P.A., Tallahassee
Larry Arrington Deputy County Manager, Volusia County,
Deland
Sandra Augustine County Attorney, Charlotte County,
Port Charlotte
William L. Barton, P.E. President, Wilson Miller Barton &
Peek, Inc., Naples
John Beck- Attorney at Law, Tallahassee
Tom Beck Chief, Bureau of State Planning, Division of
Resource Planning & Management, Department of
Community Affairs, Tallahassee
Dick Bjornseth Urban Designer, Urban Design Studio,
West Palm Beach
Doug Buck Director of Community Affairs, Florida Home
Builders Association, Tallahassee
Dan Carey Executive Director, Treasure Coast Regional
Planning Council, Palm City
Donald Carson Executive Vice President, Barnett Banks,
West Palm Beach
Sam Casella Prinicipal, Casella and Associates, Clearwater
Nikki Clayton Partner, Baker & Hostetler, Orlando
David Coffey Associate Director, Center for Governmental
Responsibility, University of Florida, Gainesville
Jaime Correa Vice President, Image Network, Coral
Gables
Jeff Crammond. P.E. Director or Traific & Trdiianportation
Planning. Reynold; Smith & Hill. lackion\ille
Don Crane Pr-sident. Floridian.. tor Better Tr.nl.portation
Group Tampa
Mike Davis City Attorney, Cit% ot St. Petersburg "St.
Petersburg
Henry Dean Executive Director, St. Johns River Water
Management District, Palatka
John DeGrove Director, Florida Atlantic University, Joint
Center for Environmental & Urban Problems, Ft. Lauderdale
Ed de la Parte President, de la Parte & Gilbert, P.A., Tampa
Sue Delegal Partner, Holland and Knight, Fort Lauderdale
Mike Dennis Partner, Breedlove Dennis & Associates, Inc.,
Winter Park
Victor Dover- President, Image Network, Coral Gables
Rick Drummond Manager, Long-Range Planning, Sarasota
County, Sarasota
Gail Easley Vice President & Prinicipal, Hennigar & Ray,
Inc., Crystal River
Lee Einsweiler Planner, Siemon Larson & Purdy, Boca
Raton
Marcia Elder Executive Director, American Planning
Association, Florida Chapter, Tallahassee
Mary Kay Falconer Staff Director, Advisory Council on
Intergovernmental Relations, Tallahassee
Jeannie Fewell Senior Consultant, Development
Economics Group, Reynolds Smith & Hills, Inc., Jacksonville
Hank Fishkind, Ph.D. President, Fishkind & Associates,
Winter Park
Miranda Fitzgerald Partner, Maguire Voorhis & Wells,
P.A., Orlando
Claudia Frese Executive Director, Florida Low Income
Housing Coalition, Tallahassee
Frank Friedmann Partner, Rogers Towers Bailey Jones &
Gay, Jacksonville
Richard F. Galehouse Partner, Sasaki Associates, Coral


Gables
Howard Glassman Transportation Manager, Office of
Policy Planning, Department of Transportation, Tallahassee
Casey Gluckman Partner, Gluckman and Gluckman,
Tallahassee
Steve Godfrey Vice President and Principal, Kimley- Horn
and Associates, Inc., West Palm Beach
Alan Gold Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig Hoffman Lipoff
Rosen & Quentel, Miami
Dudley Goodlette Managing Partner, Cummings &
Lockwood, Naples
Paul Gougelman Partner, Reinman Harrell Silverhorn &
Graham, P.A., Melbourne
Kirby Green Director, Division of Beaches & Shores,
Department of Natural Resources, Tallahassee
Richard Grosso Legal Director, 1000 Friends of Florida,
Tallahassee
Rick Hall Vice President, Transportation Consulting Group,
Tallahassee
John Hankinson Director, Department of Planning &
Acquisition, St. Johns River Water Management District,
Palatka
Charles Hardee Director of Land Trust Program, Trust for
Public Lands, Southeast Office, Tallahassee
Brad Hartman Director of Environmental Services, Florida
Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission, Tallahassee
Clay Henderson Councilman, Volusia County, New
Smyrna Beach
Mark Hendrickson Executive Director, Florida Housing
Finance Agency, Tallahassee
Marcus Hepburn Comnmunit\ Program Admini-trator,
Bureau ot State Planning. Department or C(lmnlntlln'i \ Attairs,
Tallaha--et
Steven Hogge Legi.latile Dirictor, Florida .- acitio of
Counties, Tallahasli ee
Wade Hopping Senior Partner, Hopping Bo) d Green &
Sams, Tallahassee
Maggy Hurchalla County Commissioner, Martin County,
Stuart
Bill Hyde, Jr. Partner, Roberts, Baggett LaFace & Richard,
Tallahassee
Tim Jackson, P.E., AICP Partner, Glatting Jackson
Transportation Group, Orlando
Representative Fred Jones Chairman, House Community
Affairs Committee, Fla. House of Representatives,
Tallahassee
Larry Keesey Attorney, Young van Assenderp Varnadoe &
Benton, P.A., Tallahassee
Dick Kelton Assistant County Manager for Development
Services, Volusia County, Deland
David Kovacs Director, Department of Planning & Zoning,
City of Delray Beach, Delray Beach
Don Kowell Planning Director, Broward County, Fort
Lauderdale
Howard Landers, AICP President, Landers-Atkins
Planners, Inc., Jacksonville
Don Lanham, AICP Director of Community Development,
City of Quincy, Quincy
Rhea Law Shareholder & Department Head, Regulated
Industries Department, Fowler White Gillen Boggs Villareal
& Banker, P.A., Tampa
Jim Lee President, Transportation Consulting Group,
Winter Park
Fred Leonhardt Partner, Holland & Knight, Orlando
Stephen Lienhart, P.E. Post Buckley Schuh & Jernigan,
Tampa


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Nancy Linnan Partner, Carlton Fields Ward Emmanuel
Smith & Cutler, Tallahassee
Eric Livingston Environmental Administrator, Stormwater
& Non-Point Source Management, Bureau of Surface Water
Management, Department of Environmental Regulation,
Tallahassee
Sara Lockhart Project Manager, Urban Design Studio,
West Palm Beach
Steve Logan Assistant County Administrator, Manatee
County, Bradenton
Rob Magee Chief of Comprehensive Planning, Leon
County, Tallahassee
Jim Marling Director of Finance, City of Pensacola
Frank Matthews Partner, Hopping Boyd Green & Sams,
Tallahassee
Donald C. McClosky Partner, Ruden Barnett McClosky
Smith & Schuster, Fort Lauderdale
Fred McCormack Partner, Landers & Parsons, Tallahassee
Pat McCue State Transportation Planner, Department of
Transportation, Tallahassee
Carter McDowell Shareholder, Fine Jacobson Schwartz
Nash Block & England, Miami
Doug McLeod Public Transportation Manager for Levels of
Service, Department of Transportation, Tallahassee
William R. McShane Department Head, Mechanical
Transportation, Polytechnic Institute of New York,
Transportation Training & Research Center, Brooklyn, NY
Jeffery W. Meredith Manager, Corporate Development,
Southern Region, Chambers Development Company,
Smyrna, GA
Bill Merrill Partner, Icard MN-rrnll kulli Tinm Furen and
Ginsburg, P.A., Sarasota
Jim Murley Executive Direcitor. luu00 Friend. ot Florida.
Tallahassee
Rick Mussett Deputy Cit\ Mana iger tor Do% Ito%\ n
Redevelopment, City of St. Petcr-bu rg. t Petertsburg
Bob Nabors Senior Partner, Nabors Giblin and Nickerson,
P.A., Tallahassee
Jack Osterholt Executive Director, South Florida Regional
Planning Council, Hollywood
Carla Palmer Division Head for Urban Water Resources,
Dyer Riddle Mills & Precourt, Inc., Orlando
Michael P. Patterson Principal Planner, Post Buckley
Schuh and Jernigan, Tampa
Thomas R. Peek, P.E. Senior Vice President, Wilson Miller
Barton & Peek, Inc., Naples
Anne Peery Executive Director, Florida Communities
Trust, Department of Community Affairs, Tallahassee
Patricia Petruff- Shareholder, Dye & Scott, Bradenton
Steven Pfeiffer General Counsel, Department of
Community Affairs, Tallahassee
Annette Phillips Director, Office of Management & Budget,
Department of Transportation, Tallahassee
Danny Pleasant Bureau Chief, Transportation Planning
Bureau, City of Orlando
Sam Poole Associate, Holland and Knight, Miami
Georgianne Ratliff Principal in Charge, Dames & Moore,
Bradenton
Alan D. Reynolds, AICP Vice President, Wilson Miller
Barton & Peek, Inc., Naples
Bob Rhodes Partner, Steel Hector and Davis, Tallahassee
David Risinger, ASLA Division Manager, Urban Resource
Group, Vero Beach
Greg Rosser Manager, Engineering Division, Southern
Region, Chambers Development Company, Smyrna, GA
Jean Roush-Burnett Chief Assistant City Attorney, City of


Orlando, Orlando
Diane Salz Director, Growth Management, Florida League
of Cities, Tallahassee
Allen Salowe Business Development Director, Wilson
Miller Barton & Peek, Naples
Diane Salz Director, Growth Management, Florida League
of Cities, Tallahassee
Harvey Sasso Principal, Coastal Technology Corporation,
Coral Gables
Cliff Schulman Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig Hoffman
Lipoff Rosen & Quentel, Miami
Barbara Sheen-Todd County Commissioner, Pinellas
County, Clearwater
Linda Shelley Partner, Dixon Blanton & Shelley,
Tallahassee
Anne Shermyen Associate Director of Research Programs,
Bureau of Economic & Business Research, University of
Florida, Gainesville
Charles Siemon Partner, Siemon Larson & Purdy, Boca
Raton
Henry "Hank" Skokowski, AICP Principal, Urban Design
Studio, West Palm Beach
Gary Sokolow Senior Transportation Planner, Department
of Transportation, Tallahassee
Les Solin, AICP Principal, Solin and Associates, Inc.,
Altamonte Springs
Edwin J. Stacker Partner, Ruden Barnett McClosky Smith
& Schuster, Fort Lauderdale
Ben Starrett Strategic Planning Administrator, Department
of Community Affairs, Tallahassee
Harry A. Stewart Count\ Attorney, Orange County,
Orlando
Jake Stowers A-isit-nt County Administrator, Pinellas
Count\ Clearn\at-r
Cheryl Stuart -A-oclate Hopping Boyd Green & Sams,
Tallaha I-ee
Marjorie Student Assistant County Attorney, Collier
County, Naples
Susan Swift Zoning Director, City of Tampa, Tampa
Brian Teeple, AICP Executive Director, Northeast Florida
Regional Planning Council, Jacksonville
Ken van Assenderp Partner, Young, van Assenderp,
Varnadoe and Benton, Tallahassee
Jake Varn Partner, Carlton Fields Ward Emmanuel Smith
and Cutler, Tallahassee
Ron Weaver Senior Managing Partner, Stearns Weaver
Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A., Tampa
George Weeks President, George Weeks & Associates,
Tallahassee
Dena Wild- Senior Planner, City of Orlando, Orlando
Ted Williams Property Appraiser, Pasco County, Dade City
David Woods Principal Planner, Lee County, Ft. Myers
Randy Young Partner, Henderson Young and Company,
Palm Harbor
Dave Zeno, P.E. City Engineer, City of Orlando, Orlando


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Chambers Development Company, Inc., has been providing
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industry since 1971. One of the fastest growing solid waste disposal
firms in the nation, Chambers has compiled an outstanding record of
service, environmental protection and cost effectiveness. The company
provides collection and hauling services to more than 170 municipali-
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disposal service to hundreds of communities. Chambers has achieved
nationwide recognition for its numerous high-tech, double-lined land-
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the U.S. The company also is deeply involved in working to reduce
the volume of solid waste and is a pioneer in recycling and composing
programs designed to accomplish that end.
Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan provides comprehensive
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lic and private clients. Ranked 67th in 1990 among the top 500 design
firms by Engineering News Record, PBS&J has over 1,000 employees
staffing 32 offices in 13 states and is the largest Florida-based consult-
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Holland and Knight is Florida's largest full-service law firm
with offices in Tallahassee, Tampa, Orlando, Lakeland, Bradenton,
Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville and Washington, D.C. The firm's
areas of practice include environmental and land use law.
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Myers. The firm offers a staff of over 220 professionals with expertise
in surveying, civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture, envi-
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Through a unique combination of planning and design skills, Wilson
Miller is able to address a broad range of technical considerations land
development work requires.
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one of Florida's oldest and largest law firms. The firm presently has
155 lawyers with offices in Tampa, Orlando, Pensacola, Tallahassee
and West Palm. Carlton Fields is a full service law firm with extensive
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