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COMBINE EDUCATION WITH VACATION
A Very Serious Short Course In A Resort Environment


GROWTH
MANAGEMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL
JULY 8-10, 1991


Marco Island Marriott's Mare
Annual Conference Sp'


ENVIRONMENTAL
PERMITTING
SUMMER SCHOOL
JULY 10-12, 1991


land Resort July 8 12, 1991
>red by Florida Chamber


Produced in Cooperation with
Florida League of Cities, Florida Association of Counties, 1000 Friends of Florida,
Florida Chapter/American Planning Association
Continuing Education Credits for Attorneys, Realtors, Appraisers and Land Surveyors







SUMMER SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The Florida Chamber's Annual Environmental Permitting
Summer School has been expanded to include an entire
Growth Management curricula and has been renamed the
Environmental Permitting and Growth Management
Summer School. The courses can be taken separately in
the traditional three-day configuration or combined in a
five-day arrangement that will allow for attendance at the
entire Summer School offerings. Both courses will cover a
broad range of topics and will provide attendees the oppor-
tunity to learn of the newest developments in a relaxed,
casual atmosphere.

Over 250 carefully selected growth management and envi-
ronmental experts from the public and private sectors will
share experience and knowledge in 75 different subject
areas. The highly acclaimed program format allows regis-
trants a selection of up to 16 sessions (8 per Short Course)
plus general sessions and socialization opportunities in
breakfasts, breaks, lunches, receptions and beach olympics.

In addition, all attendees will receive course materials pro-
vided by faculty in a format that allows for easy future ref-
erence and quick synopsis. Each course notebook will
exceed 700 pages and is included as part of course registra-
tion.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

The Environmental Permitting and Growth Management
Summer Schools offer a unique educational opportunity for
individuals with a strong professional interest in environ-
mental permitting and/or growth management. The infor-
mation provided will be of value to:


Local Government Officials
Business & Industry Officials
Attorneys
Engineers
Developers
Environmental Professionals
Realtors
Investment Bankers
Citizen Interest Groups


Landscape Architects
Land Surveyors
Property Appraisers
Planners
Scientists
Consultants
Landowners
Agricultural Interests


COURSE FEATURES

*. Unique Break Out Format
*, Courses and Case Studies Taught by Leading
Environmental and Growth Management Experts
*. Notebooks With Over 700 Pages of Reference
Materials
*. Wrap Up of 1991 Legislative Session and 1992
Forecast
+* Casual, Relaxed Family Atmosphere


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GROWTH MANAGEMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Florida Bar Credit:
This conference has qualified for 18 hours of Continuing
Legal Education credits through the Florida Bar's
Designation Plan in the areas of: Environmental Law;
Administrative and Government Law; Real Property
Law; and General Practice.

Florida Real Estate Commission Credit:
This 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.

State Board of Professional Land Surveyors:
Required and elective credits have been applied for.
Please call Colleen Barton at 904/681-2550 for more
information.


ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING
SUMMER SCHOOL


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Florida Bar Credit:
This conference has qualified for 20.0 hours of
Continuing Legal Education credits through the Florida
Bar's Designation Plan in the areas of: Environmental
Law; Administrative and Government Law; Real
Property Law; General Practice; and Ethics.

Florida Real Estate Commission Credit:
This 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.

State Board of Professional Land Surveyors:
Required and elective credits have applied for. Please
call Colleen Barton at 904/681-2550 for more informa-
tion.


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LOCATION

Located just off Florida's Gulf Coast (1-75), a short drive
from Naples (25 miles) and Fort Myers (50 minutes),
Marriott's Marco Island Resort has a lot more than a great
climate to offer. There are 3 1/2 miles of glistening beach;
18-hole championship golf course; complete tennis center;
three pools; and great restaurants.

The Marriott is offering special rates for Summer School
attendees of $75.00 single/double which will be extended
from July 7 to July 14. To reserve a room, complete and
send your reservation form directly to the hotel. You must
include a one-night room deposit or furnish a credit card
number to guarantee your reservation. You may contact
the Marriott's Marco Island Resort at 813-394-2511.
Identify yourself as a Florida Chamber Summer School
attendee. The cut-off date for making room reserva-
tions is June 8, 1991.

The Marriott's Marco Island Resort also provides a wide
range of supervised activities for children between the ages
of 5 and 13. Activities include volleyball, sandcastle engi-
neering, swimming, scavenger hunts, ping-pong, arts and
crafts and much more.


TRANSPORTATION

Special Airfare: Delta Airlines has been designated as
the official carrier for Summer School attendees. Air ser-
vice is provided to the Naples and Ft. Myers airports.
Delta is offering a 5% discount off any published Delta
round trip fare for course registrants, instructors and their
families. For attendees unable to meet the restrictions for
any published discounts, Delta is offering a 40% discount
off the standard round trip day coach fare for travel within
the Continental U.S. A 35% discount will apply on the
Delta Connection Carriers. These discounts are valid from
July 5 to July 16, 1991. To obtain the discounts, you or
your travel agent must call Delta at 1-800-221-1212, and
ask for Special Meeting Network. Your file reference num-
ber is 1-34033.

Rent-A-Car Reservations: Special convention rates have
also been arranged with National Car Rental. Rentals
include unlimited mileage within Florida and rates extends
up to one week before and after the conference dates. You
will be sent rent-a-car registration forms with your
acknowledgement. Cars may be picked up at either the
Naples or Ft. Myers airports.

OTHER TRANSPORTATION: Ground transportation is
available via rental cars or aboard the "Jetport Express"
from either the Naples or Ft Myers airports A reservation
l'orm for transportation to the Mlariott from the airports
via the 'Jetport Express %%ill he sent to you along %\ith
your Summer School acknowledgement so you (can make
your travel arrangements nell in advance.

The mu-t direct means of arriving at Marco I-land i- via
the Marco Island Airport This airport's 5l000-fibot paved
runway can accommodate both private and corporate jet
aircraft. as well as many types of chartered aircraft You
ma\ call the Mariiott to arrange for complimentary tran.-
portation from thi- airport to the re-ort.


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MODERATORS AND KEY NOTERS

GROWTH MANAGEMENT SUMMER SCHOOL


M Thomas Pelham
fl Moderator

)i 4 -" K Tom Pelham is a partner in the
i Tallahassee law firm of Holland and
4 Knight where he heads the firm's Growth
Management and Land Use Specialty
Group. Prior to joining the firm in 1991, he
served four years as Secretary of the
Department of Community Affairs. Tom
Pelham has a broad range of experience in environmental and land
use planning, having represented developers and environmental
groups as an attorney. Pelham served on the Tallahassee-Leon
County Planning Commission and has taught land use and plan-
ning law as a law professor at Florida State University. In addition,
he has authored numerous articles and a book on Florida's environ-
mental and growth management laws and currently serves as chair
of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida
Bar.

Robert A. Mandell
Keynote Speaker

Robert Mandell is a successful attorney
who joined his family in the operation of
one of Florida's largest construction compa-
nies. He has served Greater Construction
Corporation as vice president and is cur-
rently president after leaving the law prac-
tice of Wotitzky, Wotitzky, Mandell, Batsel,
Wilkins and Frohlich in 1983. In addition to leading a company
that has built and sold over 9,000 homes in the central Florida
area, Robert Mandell has found time to serve the state on the
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission, the Florida
Environmental Regulation Commission and, currently, the
Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority.


William E. Sadowski
Keynote Speaker

i William E. Sadowski was appointed by
Governor Chiles as Secretary of the
Department of Community Affairs in
January 1991. Prior to his appointment, he
was a partner in the Miami office of
Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson, where he
specialized in civil litigation, with emphasis
on appellate matters. From 1976 through 1982, Mr. Sadowski served
in the Florida House of Representatives, representing Miami.
Beginning in 1982, he was appointed chair of the Speaker's Task
Force on Water Issues. The recommendations of that Task Force
were embodied in the Water Quality Assurance Act of 1983. Mr.
Sadowski served as Chairman of the governing Board of the South
Florida Water Management District from 1986-87, following his
appointment by Governor Bob Graham in 1984. In 1984 Governor
Graham appointed Mr. Sadowski to chair the Governor's River Study
Committee. The work of that committee resulted in significant
increases in state funding through the Save Our Rivers program.

"Community and Environmental Considerations

in Locating a New Corporate Headquarters"
(A.K.A. "Projects from Hell")

This acclaimed and entertaining slide presentation presents the
behind-the-scenes discussions between a corporate executive and a
savvy real estate broker. They frankly reproduce their private dis-
cussions about the suitability of a variety of Florida communities as
the potential site for a new corporate office.
Presented to the American Planning Association's State
Conference in Florida and California as well as to the Growth
Management Conference held earlier this year in Tallahassee, this
"show" has been enthusiastically received by nearly everyone.


Monday, July 8, 1991
10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 1:45 p.m.



2:00 p.m. 3:40 p.m.
3:40 p.m. 4:00 p.m.


4:00 p.m. 5:40 p.m.
5:40 p.m. 6:40 p.m.



Evening

Tuesday, July 9,1991
7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.


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

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


Course Material Pick-Up
General Session
Moderator: Tom Pelham
Keynote Speaker:
Bill Sadowski
First Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
Sponsored by: Fine Jacobson
Schwartz Nash Block & England, P.A.
Second Series of Courses
Reception Honoring Faculty
Sponsored by: Post, Buckley,
Schuh & Jernigan, Inc.

Dinner on Your Own


Continental Breakfast
Sponsored by: Wilson, Miller, Barton,
& Peek, Inc.
General Session
"Projects from Hell"
Third Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
Sponsored by: Greenberg, Traurig,
Hoffman, Lipoff, Rosen & Quentel,
P.A.


10:30 a.m. 12:10 p.m.
12:10 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

1:30 p.m. 3:10 p.m.
3:10 p.m. 3:30 p.m.


3:30 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.



Evening


Fourth Series of Courses
Lunch
Sponsored by: Holland & Knight
Fifth Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
Sponsored by: Douglas M. Halsey,
P.A.
Sixth Series of Courses
Beach Olympics
Sponsored by: Chambers
Development Company

Dinner on Your Own


Wednesday, July 10,1991
7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
Sponsored by: Browning-Ferris
Industries, Inc.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. General Session
Keynote Speaker: Bob Mandell
8:30 a.m. 10:10 p.m. Seventh Series of Courses
10:10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Refreshment Break
Sponsored by: Huey, Guilday,
Kuersteiner & Tucker, P.A.
10:30 a.m. 12:10 p.m. Eighth Series of Courses


Thanks to Delta Environmental for providing T-Shirts


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MODERATORS AND KEY NOTERS

ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING SUMMER SCHOOL


Clifford A. Schulman
Moderator

Clifford A. Schulman is a principal share-
holder in the Environmental and Land Use
Department of the law firm of Greenberg,
Traurig, Hoffman, Lipoff, Rosen &
Quentel, P.A., with offices in Miami, Ft.
Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. Mr.
Schulman was the Assistant County
Attorney for Dade County from 1973 to 1979, where he was respon-
sible for representing Dade County in all facets of environmental
and utilities regulations. He has frequently lectured at various col-
leges and law schools on environmental topics. He is a member of
The Florida Bar and has served on the Executive Council and as
Chairman of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section of The
Florida Bar.


Ken Wright
Keynote Speaker

Ken Wright is a partner in the Orlando law
SW firm of Shutts & Bowen where he has prac-
ticed land use and environmental law on a
\ statewide basis since 1974. Mr. Wright has
A *been a member of the East Central Florida
Regional Planning Council and served on
its Comprehensive Regional Policy Plan
Advisory Committee. In addition, he was formerly a member of the
Econ River Task Force and currently serves on the Environmental
Regulation Commission.


Carol Browner
Keynote Speaker
Ms. Browner is a native Floridian who has
spent her entire public service career in the
protection of the environment. She has
served as general counsel to the Florida
House of Representatives and contributed
to the improvement of the Conservation
and Recreational Lands Program. Browner
also served as chief legislative aide to Lawton Chiles who as
Senator was instrumental in stopping oil drilling off the Florida
Keys and expanding the Big Cypress Natural Preserve. She was
instrumental in the creation of one of the largest contiguous pro-
tected federal lands areas east of the Mississippi by gaining fund-
ing for the acquisition of the Pinhood Swamp in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia. Immediately prior to being appointed
Secretary of the Department of Environmental Regulation, she
served as Legislative Director to Senator Al Gore, one of the
nation's most active policy makers on environmental issues.



Tom Gardner
O Keynote Speaker
Tom Gardner is Executive Director of the
Florida Department of Natural Resources.
n. ^- Before his appointment as Executive
SDirector in July of 1987, Gardner served as
Assistant Secretary of State under George
Firestone. As the Executive Director of
DNR, Tom oversees the management of
state-owned lands, including aquatic preserves, the state park sys-
tem, the issuance of coastal construction control line permits, land
acquisition under the Conservation and Recreation Lands (CARL)
program and the management of Florida's marine resources.


Wednesday, July 10,1991
10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. CE
1:00 p.m. 1:45 p.m. G6
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2:00 p.m. 3:40 p.m Fi
3:40 p.m. 4:00 p.m. RE
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4-00 p.m. 5:40 p m. Sc
540 pm.-6 40p.m. R


course Material Pick-Up
general Session
oderator: Cliff Sc human
eynote Speaker: Ken Wright
rst Series of Courses_
efreshment Break
sponsored by: First Environment
second Series Courses
reception Honoring Faculty
sponsored by: Waste Management of
north America.Inc.


12:10 p.m. 1:30 p.m.


1:30 p.m. 3:10 p.m.
3:10 p.m. 3:30 p.m.


3:30 p.m 5.10 p.m.
5:30 p.m 7:00 p.m.


Lunch
Sponsored by: International
Technology Corporation
Fifth Series of Courses
Refreshment break
Sponsored by: Atlanta Testing and
Engineering. Inc.
Sixth Series ofCourses
Beach Olympics
Sponsored by MNisismer & Associ-
ates. Inc Fowler. Whlte. Gillen.
Boggs. Villareal & Banker. P A


Dinner on You r Own


Evening


Dinner On Your Own


Thursday, July II, 1991
7:15 a.m. 8.00 a.m



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



8 30 a.m. 10:10 a.m.
10:10 a m. 10.30 a m.


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


Continental Breakfast
Sponsored by: James MN
Montgomenr Consulting
Engineers, Inc
General Session
Department of Environmental
Regulation Aards presented by
Secretary Carol Browner
Third Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
Sponsored by: Commonwealth
Engineering Associates. Inc.
Fourth Series of Courses


Friday, July 12, 1991
7:15 a m. 8-00 a.m.


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



8:30 a m. 10 10 a.m
10-10 a.m 10.30 a im.


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


Continental Breakfast
Sponsored by: Popham. Haik.
Schnobrich & Kaufman: CH2M Hill
General Session
Department of Natural Resources
Awards presented by Executive
Director Tom Gardner
Seventh Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
Sponsored by: Camp, Dresser &
McKee
Eighth Series of Courses


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Evening






GROWTH MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

ADVANCED DISCUSSION SESSION
CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT
MONDAY, JULY 8
Moderator: Stanley Price
Panelists:
Ron Weaver
Jim Lee
Jim Brindell
Pat McCue
Paul Bradshaw
Jake Stowers
Randy Young
Tim Jackson
David Risinger
Don Kowell

9:00 10:10 Opening Panel Discussion
10:10 10:30 Coffee Break
Sponsored by: Reynolds,
Smith & Hills
10:30 11:40 Concluding Panel Discussion

Registration Fee: $45.00
Advanced Discussion Session fee is waived
for attendees attending both the growth
management and environmental permitting
summer schools.

Course designed for persons with substan-
tial experience in growth management and
concurrency management in particular; ses-
sion will follow discussion format with
extensive audience participation; issues
addressed include minimum criteria for con-
currency management systems; monitoring
and development review procedures; appli-
cation of methodologies; calculating avail-
able infrastructure capacity; determining
impact of proposed development; definition
of adequate public facilities; emerging new
directions for concurrency policy, and many
other related issues


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

GM A GROWTH MANAGEMENT
OVERVIEW AND UPDATE:
chronological review of growth management
in Florida; including 1985 landmark legisla-
tion and subsequent amendments; purpose
and intent; respective roles of state, regional
and local government; update on status of
implementation; review of major policy deci-
sions; emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: Paul Bradshaw, Jack
Osterholt, Harry Stewart, Steve Pfeiffer

GM rB DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL
G D IMPACT: implementing rules
and policies; procedural requirements;
review criteria and current agency practices;
role of Department of Community Affairs;
regional planning councils and local govern-
ment; vested rights under Chapters 380 and
163; thresholds; binding letter process;
aggregation legislation and rules; Florida
Quality Developments; case studies and
examples. Instructors: Frank Friedmann,
Susan McDonald, Jim Boyd, Mike
Patterson, Tom Beck

GM C VESTED RIGHTS UNDER
CHAPTER 163: common law


vested rights; overview of key legal deci-
sions; impact of Chapter 163 on vested
rights; vested rights of DRI's; overview of
selected local government vested rights ordi-
nances. Instructors: Don McClosky, Paul
Gougelman, Majorie Student, Jake Stowers

LOCAL COMPREHENSIVE PLANS
ViG D AND PLAN AMENDMENTS:
detailed review of local planning require-
ments; required and optional plan elements;
consistency with state and regional plans;
timetable for implementation; plan review
and certification process; compliance agree-
ments; plan amendments; plan evaluation
and appraisal reports; citizen standing and
appeal; key legal and administrative deci-
sions. Instructors: Paul Gougelman, Les
Solin, David Mechanik, Jerry Gray

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

G IF LAND DEVELOPMENT
Gi r REGULATIONS IN RURAL AREAS:
statutory requirements; mandatory land
development regulations; other "necessary
and desirable" regulations; requirements for
compilation into single land development
code; timetable for implementation; process
for adoption and legal appeal; force and effect
of adopted regulations; development orders
and development order appeals; course
emphasis on rural areas. Instructors: Nikki
Clayton, Gail Easley, David Coffey, Tony Van
Derworp, Al Hadeed

G GM CONCURRENCY
S MANAGEMENT: applicable
statutes and rules; definition of concurrency
and required level of service standards;
review of minimum criteria for concurrency
management systems; translating LOS stan-
dards from the Comp Plan; budgeting and
fiscal policies; monitoring and development
review procedures; intergovernmental and
private sector coordination; emphasis on pro-
gram requirements. Instructors: Stan
Price, Randy Young, Jean Roush-Burnett,
Ann Shermyen

GM-H COPING WITH CONCURRENCY:
Tl- strategies and solutions; appli-
cation of concurrency management method-
ologies; calculating available infrastructure
capacity; determining impact of proposed
development; practical examples and case
studies. Instructors: Fred Leonhardt, Steve
Godfrey, David Risinger, Pat McCue

GM-I DEFINING "ADEQUATE
M -1 PUBLIC FACILITIES" FOR
CONCURRENCY: existing and proposed con-
currency management policies and method-
ologies are reviewed; which approach works
best for your Florida city or county; emerg-
ing new directions for concurrency policy;


special emphasis on appropriateness and
acceptability of each method. Instructors:
Tom Pelham, Pat McCue, Tim Jackson, Rick
Hall

'GM-J URBAN SPRAWL AND URBAN
il-J SERVICE AREAS: definitions;
question of legal authority; indicators of
urban sprawl; agency review criteria and
local planning strategies; tools for control-
ling sprawl; urban service areas and urban
growth boundaries; economic implications;
effect on urban and rural land values.
Instructors: Bill Hyde, Howard Landers,
Ivonne Audirac, Ben Starrett

GM-K IMPACT FEES AND
S DEVELOPER EXACTIONS: scope
and limitations of use; legal basis; restric-
tions; "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, Ron
Rotella, David Kovacs, Sara Lockhart

GML AFFORDABLE HOUSING:
review of growth management
requirements with regard to affordable hous-
ing; specific provisions of law and rules;
housing element of local comprehensive
plans; analysis of existing and projected
housing needs; review of Florida's affordable
housing programs; strategies to address
affordable housing needs; private sector
incentives and public-private partnerships;
emerging trends and issues. Instructors:
Doug Buck, Jeannie Fewell, Bob Ansley,
Mark Hendrickson

GM M ENFORCEMENT, STANDING
mi- AND LEGAL APPEALS: imple-
mentation and enforcement of local plans
and development regulations; review of pro-
cess of legal appeal of local plans, land devel-
opment regulations and development orders;
discussion of legal standing; timeframe for
citizen and agency intervention; practical
considerations; examples. Instructors:
Larry Keesey, Harry Stewart, Mike Davis

GM N DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT
LM-" AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION:
downtown redevelopment strategies; pub-
lic/private partnerships; redirecting growth;
varying LOS standards; area wide DRI's;
incentives for redevelopment; special taxing
districts; designated land use categories;
implementing regulations and ordinances;
planning and design innovations; safe neigh-
borhood 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

G1M INNOVATIONS IN PLANNING
M "U AND URBAN DESIGN: survey of
innovative approaches toward achieving
compliance with Florida's growth manage-
ment statutes and rules; examples of superi-
or planning and urban designs; review of
"state of the art" planning and urban design
methodologies. Instructors: Sam Poole,
Henry Skokowski, Victor Dover, Dick
Galehouse


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GROWTH MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS CONTINUED


GM-P TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
AND MANAGEMENT: includes
review of DOT's access management rule;
application of rule; effect on levels of service;
transportation corridor location; discussion
of applicable statutes and rules; respective
responsibilities of state, local government
and MPO's with regard to transportation
facility planning; emerging trends and
issues. Instructors: John Beck, Jim Lee,
Jeff Crammond, Bob Krzeminski

G M Q TRANSPORTATION LEVELS
OF SERVICE: a brief history on
development LOS principles; key concepts of
the 1985 Highway Capacity Manual; data
requirements for LOS calculation; projection
of traffic volumes for LOS analysis; Florida
DOT research and procedures explained;
practical advice provided for both public and
private sector professionals. Instructors:
Rick Hall, Bill McShane, Doug McLeod,
Danny Pleasant

GM-R STORMWATER PLANNING AND
MANAGEMENT: planning and
regulatory requirements; review of concur-
rency as applied to stormwater manage-
ment; existing versus new systems; methods
of financing; stormwater master plans;
stormwater utilities; effect of recent legisla-
tion; respective roles of state, regional and
local government; effect of pending changes
to federal regulations; changing require-
ments for state regulatory agencies and
water management districts. Instructors:
John Shearer, Carla Palmer, Bob Cone,
Judith Parson, Dave Zeno

GSMIS NON-TRANSPORTATION
GM S LEVELS OF SERVICE: statutory
and regulatory requirements; consistency
with plan elements; required 5-year sched-
ules for achieving and maintaining LOS
standards; data requirements for LOS calcu-
lation; 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

GM T SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS:
S review of use of special taxing
districts; effect of recent legislation; methods
of formation; reporting requirements; limita-
tions; discussion of special districts as con-
currency management tools; public and pri-
vate sector applications; examples and case
studies. Instructors: Cheryl Stuart, Ken
van Assenderp, Fred Greene, Gary Walters

pGM-U GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND
G -U THE ENVIRONMENT: environ-
mental considerations in growth manage-
ment; wetlands and upland habitat protec-
tion; recreation and open space; wellfield
and aquifer protection; water and wastewa-
ter management; integration of growth man-
agement with federal, state and local envi-
ronmental permitting programs.
Instructors: Patricia Petruff, Debbie
Orshefsky, Alan Reynolds, Mary Johnson

GMITV TAKINGS, TEMPORARY TAKINGS
U1V1 AND MORATORIA: taking by
regulation; development of Florida and
Federal law; recent Florida and Federal


cases; When does a land use regulation/con-
currency management system create a tak-
ing? What are the limitations on local gov-
ernments' use of moratoria? Instructors:
Bob Apgar, Charles Siemon, Ron Weaver,
Nancy Linnan

M-W UPLAND HABITAT AND
ll- W ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTEC-
TION: delineation of issues; applicable
statutes and rules; effect of state, regional
and local plans and implementing ordinances;
review of proposed upland habitat and gopher
tortoise rules; illustrative examples; environ-
mental mitigation; emerging trends and
issues. Instructors: Randi Fitzgerald, Kevin
Erwin, Tom Beck, Brian Barnett
GMX NEW TOWNS, URBAN VILLAGES
S AND SATELLITE COMMUNITIES:
planned urban communities in rural areas;
necessary data and analyses to justify new
communities; 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, provi-
sion of efficient use of infrastructure, and
open space; performance standards to insure
compatibility with surrounding rural land
uses; standards for avoiding urban sprawl;
use of Florida Quality Development process;
examples and case studies. Instructors:
Jim Brindell, Victor Dover, Jaime Correa,
Dan Carey

S WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
l- 1 LGCP AFTERMATH: course
designed to explore options and problems
facing local governments and regulated
interests as Florida's growth management
process moves forward through plan certifi-
cation and adoption of implementating regu-
lations; audience participation encouraged.
Instructors: Rhea Law, Steve Pfeiffer, York
Phillips, Rick Drummond
GM Z WRAP UP OF 1991 LEGISLATIVE
"A SESSION AND 1992 FORECAST:
1992 shapes up to be a landmark year for
the Legislature with regard to growth man-
agement, the environment, and tax and
funding issues; detailed review of 1991 ses-
sion from viewpoint of what the results may
mean for 1992; course emphasis on taxation
and funding, growth management and envi-
ronmental issues. Instructors: Nancy
Linnan, Randy Miller, Ken van Assenderp,
Marcia Elder

GM AA EMERGING ISSUES IN
l-" GROWTH MANAGEMENT: a
very distinguished panel of experts examine
the changing effects of Florida's growth man-
agement laws and regulations; panel discus-
sion designed to look into short and long-term
future; examination of economic and other
effects of implementation; discussion of need
for legislative or administrative changes.
Instructors: Alan Gold, Bill Sadowski, Tom
Pelham, Roy Rogers, Jeff Bercow

[1 p REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE
V GM-BD WITH CONCURRENCY: analy-
sis of selected representative concurrency
management systems; emphasis on recent
experience; actual use of developer agree-
ments; course designed for extensive audi-


ence participation. Instructors: Carter
McDowell, Jake Stowers, Jim Lee, Susan
Swift

GROWTH MANAGEMENT
"M 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 concur-
rency; capital facilities financing options,
development moratoria, panel designed to
provide "unfiltered" viewpoints of public and
private sector. Instructors: Ron Weaver,
Dudley Goodlette, Bill Barton, Maggy
Hurchalla

[ -' FLORIDA'S WATER WARS:
,llL- impact of water availability
on growth; review of water management con-
flicts; water management districts; regional
water supply authorities; interbasin and
interdistrict transfer of water; water conser-
vation and water resources development;
wellfield protection; protection of aquifer
recharge areas; emerging issues. Instructors
Jake Varn, Pete Hubbell, Jim Garner, Ed de
la Parte, John Wodraska





PLUS SPECIAL COURSE SERIES ON
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

RECYCLING AND MARKET
Gilv-E DEVELOPMENT OUTLOOK:
status of Florida's recycling efforts; recy-
clable commodities review; public acceptance
of recycling; market identification and devel-
opment; economic considerations; emerging
trends and issues; developing technologies;
practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: Frank Walper, Dennis Carter,
Ivan Lawyer, Bert Luer, Lang Herndon

GM .FF RECYCLING CASE STUDIES:
gilM "1 recycling "success stories";
what works and what doesn't; national and
Florida examples; cases selected to provide
insight into the practical aspects of recy-
cling. Instructors: Bert Luer, Charles
Harbison, Janie Gafford, Rob Bailey

M-GG NOT INMY BACKYARD:
"v growth management conflict
resolution; discussion of difficulties associat-
ed with hard-to-site facilities such as sani-
tary landfills, prisons, hazardous waste
treatment facilities; review of facility siting
process; practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: Allen Salowe, Greg Rosser,
Jeffrey Meredith, Lynda Long, Warren
Smith, Dean Brown

M H PUBLIC VS.PRIVATE:
M Outline of how to manage
solid waste utilizing private or public
sources and an evaluation of which one does

it best; course concentrates on landfill devel-
opment and operations, but includes infor-
mation on hauling, recycling and incinera-
tion. Instructors: Greg Rosser, Stan Keely,
Kevin O'Toole, Janie Gafford


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GROWTH MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTORS


Bob Ansley Executive Director, Orlando Neighborhood
Improvement Corporation, Orlando
Bob Apgar Partner, Haben & Culpepper, Tallahassee
Ivonne Audirac Research Programs and Services
Coordinator, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
Gainesville
Rob Bailey Director, Regional Procurement, Marriott
Corporation, Lauderhill
Brian Barnett South Florida Section Leader, Office of
Environmental Services, Florida Game & Fresh Water
Fish Commission, Vero Beach
Bill Barton, P.E. Vice President, Wilson, Miller, Barton
& Peek, Inc. Naples
John Beck Attorney at Law, Tallahassee
Tom Beck Bureau Chief, Bureau of State Planning,
Division of Resource Planning and Management,
Department of Community Affairs, Tallahassee
JeffBercow Partner, Steel, Hector & Davis, Miami
Jim Boyd, P.E. Vice President, Commonwealth
Engineering Associates, Longwood
Jim Brindell Partner, Gunster, Yoakley, Criser &
Stewart, Palm Beach
Paul Bradshaw Partner, Foley & Lardner, Tallahassee
Dean Brown Regional Landfill Manager, Browning-
Ferris Industries, Inc., Atlanta, GA
Doug Buck Director of Community Affairs, Florida
Home Builders Association, Tallahassee
Dan Carey Executive Director, Treasure Coast Regional
Planning Council, Palm City
Dennis Carter Assistant County Manager, Dade
County, Miami
Nikki Clayton Partner, Baker & Hostetler, Orlando
David Coffey Partner, McPherson and Coffey,
Gainesville
Bob Cone, P.E. Director of Civil Engineering, Reynolds,
Smith & Hills, Jacksonville
Jaime Correa Vice President/Principal, Dover, Correa,
Kohl, Cockshutt, Valle, Coral Gables
JeffCrammond, P.E. Director of Traffic and
Transportation Planning and Engineering Department,
Reynolds Smith & Hills, Jacksonville
Mike Davis City Attorney, City of St. Petersburg, St.
Petersburg
Victor Dover President, Dover, Correa, Kohl, Cockshutt,
Valle, Coral Gables
Ed de la Parte President, de la Parte & Gilbert, P.A.,
Tampa
Rick Drummond Manager, Long-Range Planning,
Sarasota County, Sarasota
Gail Easley, AICP Vice President and Principal,
Henigar & Ray, Inc., Crystal River
Lee Einsweiler, AICP Planner, Siemon, Larsen &
Purdy, Boca Raton
Marcia Elder Executive Director, Florida
Chapter/American Planning Association, Tallahassee
Kevin Erwin Ecologist and President of Kevin L. Erwin,
Consulting Ecologist, Inc., Ft. Myers
Jeannie Fewell Senior Consultant, Development
Economics Group, Reynolds Smith & Hills, Jacksonville
Miranda Fitzgerald Shareholder, Maquire, Voorhis &
Wells, Orlando
Frank Friedmann Partner, Rogers Towers Bailey


Jones & Gay, Jacksonville
Janie Gafford District Manager, Gainesville District,
Browning-Ferris Industries, Inc., Gainesville
Dick Galehouse, AICP Principal, Sasaki Associates,
Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts
Jim Garner Partner, Pavese, Garner, Haverfield,
Dalton, Harrison & Jensen, Ft. Myers
Steve Godfrey, P.E. Principal, Kimley-Horn &
Associates, Orlando
Alan Gold Principle 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
Jerry Gray Planning Director, Sarasota County,
Sarasota
Fred Greene President and Chairman of the Board, Gee
& Jensen, West Palm Beach
Al Hadeed Attorney, Flagler County, Bunnell
Richard A. Hall, P.E. Vice President, Transportation
Consulting Group, Tallahassee
Charles Harbison Manager of Facilities Engineering,
Chambers Development Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Mark Hendrickson Executive Director, Florida
Housing Finance Agency, Tallahassee
Marcus Hepburn Community Program Administrator,
Bureau of State Planning, Department of Community
Affairs, Tallahassee
Lang Herndon Regional Recycling Manager, Browning-
Ferris Industries, Atlanta, GA
Pete Hubbell Executive Director, Southwest Florida
Water Management District, Brooksville
Maggy Hurchalla County Commissioner, Martin
County, Stuart
Bill Hyde Junior Partner, Roberts, Baggett, LaFace &
Richard, Tallahassee
Tim Jackson, P.E., AICP Partner, Glatting, Lopez,
Kercher, Anglin, Inc., Orlando
Mary M. Johnson, P.G. Director of Environmental
Sciences Division, Keith & Schnars, P.A., Ft. Lauderdale
Stan Keely Deputy Director, Orange County Public
Utilities Department, Orlando
Larry Keesey Attorney, Young, van Assenderp,
Varnadoe & Benton, Tallahassee
David Kovacs Director, Department of Planning and
Zoning, City of Delray Beach, Delray Beach
Don Kowell Planning Director, Broward County, Ft.
Lauderdale
Bob Krzeminski, P.E. Planning Manager, Department
of Transportation, Tallahassee
Howard Landers, AICP President, Landers-Atkins
Planners, Inc., Jacksonville
Rhea Law Shareholder & Department Head, Regulated
Industries Department, Fowler, White, Gillen, Boggs,
Villareal and Banker, P.A. Tampa
Ivan Lawyer Executive Director, Florida BIRP, Winter
Park
Jim Lee President, Transportation Consulting Group,
Winter Park
Frederick Leonhardt Partner, Holland & Knight,
Orlando


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GROWTH MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTORS


Nancy Linnan Partner, Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith & Cutler, Tallahassee
Sara Lockhart Project Manager, Urban Design Studio,
West Palm Beach
Lynda Long Director of Corporate and Public Affairs
for Southeast Region, Waste Management, Inc., Ft.
Lauderdale
Bert Luer Manager, Recycling Programs, Waste
Management, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale
Donald C. McClosky Partner, Ruden, Barnett,
McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, Ft. Lauderdale
Pat McCue State Transportation Planner, Department
of Transportation, Tallahassee
Susan McDonald Associate, Rogers Towers Bailey
Jones & Gay, Jacksonville
Carter McDowell Shareholder, Fine Jacobson Schwartz
Nash Block & England, Miami
Doug McLeod Public Transportation Manager for
Levels of Service, Department of Transportation,
Tallahassee
Bill McShane Department Head, Mechanical
Transportation, Polytechnic Institute of New York,
Brooklyn, NY
David Mechanik Managing Partner, Head of Land Use
Department, MacFarlane, Ferguson, Allison & Kelly,
Tampa
Jeffrey W. Meredith Manager, Corporation
Development, Southern Division, Chambers Development
Company, Smyrna, Georgia
Bill Merrill Partner, Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen
& Ginsburg, P.A., Sarasota
Randy Miller Governmental Consultant, Carlton,
Fields, Ward, Emmanuel, Smith & Cutler, P.A.,
Tallahassee
Rick Mussett Deputy City Manager for Downtown
Redevelopment, City of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg
Debbie Orshefsky Partner, Greenberg, Traurig,
Hoffman, Lipoff, Rosen & Quentel, Ft. Lauderdale
Jack Osterholt Executive Director, South Florida
Regional Planning Council, Hollywood
Kevin O'Toole General Manager, Orange County
Recycling Facility, Waste Management, Inc., Orlando
Carla Palmer Director of Water Resources, Dyer,
Riddle, Mills and Precourt, Inc., Orlando
Judith Parson Environmental Compliance Manager,
Waste Management, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale
Mike Patterson Principal Planner, Post, Buckley, Schuh
& Jernigan, Tampa
Tom Peek, P.E., P.L.S. Senior Vice President and Chief
Operating Officer, Wilson, Miller, Barton & Peek, Naples
Tom Pelham Partner, Holland & Knight, Tallahassee
Patricia Petruff Shareholder, Dye and Scott,
Bradenton
Steve Pfeiffer General Counsel, Department of
Community Affairs, Tallahassee
York L. Phillips, AICP Growth Management
Consultant, Ft. Myers
Danny Pleasant Bureau Chief, Transportation
Planning Bureau, Cityof Orlando, Orlando
Sam Poole Associate, Holland & Knight, Miami
Stan Price Shareholder, Fine Jacobson Schwartz Nash
Block & England, Miami


Alan Reynolds, AICP Vice President, Wilson, Miller,
Barton & Peek, Naples
David Risinger, ASLA Division Manager, Urban
Resource Group, Vero Beach
Roy Rogers Vice President for Planning, South Florida
Division, Arvida/JMB Partners, Ft. Lauderdale
Greg Rosser Manager, Engineering Division, Chambers
Development Company, Southern Region, Smyrna, GA
Ron Rotella President, Rotella & Associates, Tampa
Jean Roush-Burnett Chief Assistant City Attorney,
City of Orlando, Orlando
Allen Salowe Business Development Director, Wilson,
Miller, Barton & Peek, Naples
John Shearer, P.E. Senior Vice President & Director of
Environmental Services, Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan,
Winter Park
Ann Shermyen Associate Director of Research
Programs, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
University of Florida, Gainesville
Charles Siemon Partner, Siemon, Larsen & Purdy,
Boca Raton
Henry "Hank" Skokowski, AICP Principal, Urban
Design Studio, West Palm Beach
Warren Smith Director, Market Development Waste
Reduction, Waste Management, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale
Les Solin, AICP Principal, Solin & Associates, Inc.,
Altamonte Springs
Edwin J. Stacker Partner, Ruden, Barnett, McClosky,
Smith & Schuster, Ft. Lauderdale
Ben Starrett Director of Strategic Planning and Policy
Coordination, Office of the Secretary, Department of
Community Affairs, Tallahassee
Harry Stewart Partner, Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson,
Orlando
Jake Stowers Assistant County Administrator, Pinellas
County, Clearwater
Cheryl Stuart Shareholder, Hopping Boyd Green &
Sams, Tallahassee
Marjorie Student Assistant County Attorney, Collier
County, Naples
Susan Swift Zoning Director, City of Tampa, Tampa
Frank Walper Executive Director, Keep Florida
Beautiful, Inc., Tallahassee
Ken van Assenderp Partner, Young, van Assenderp,
Varnadoe & Benton, Tallahassee
Tony Van Derworp, AICP Planning Director, Seminole
County, Sanford
Jake Varn Partner, Carlton Fields Ward Emmanuel
Smith and Cutler, P.A.
Gary Walters Vice President and Director of Planning,
ITT Community Development Corporation, Palm Coast
Ronald Weaver Senior Managing Partner, Steams
Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A., Tampa
John Wodraska Program Director, Center for
Environmental Studies, Florida Atlantic University, Ft.
Lauderdale
Randy Young Partner, Henderson, Young and
Company, Palm Harbor
Dave Zeno, P.E. City Engineer, City of Orlando,
Orlando


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SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS


* WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH AMERICA,
INC. is part of Waste Management, Inc., the world's
largest waste services company. The Southeast Region of
WMNA encompasses all of Florida. Local divisions serve
communities throughout the state. The company is dedi-
cated to providing a full spectrum of environmental ser-
vices for its customers. Collection, disposal and recycling of
residential and commercial wastes form the core of the
company's business. The latter service, called Recycle
America, is part of a national award-winning program that
is the nation's leader. In Florida, WMNA presently oper-
ates six processing centers for recyclables and provides
Recycle America collections for over 650,000 households.

* CHAMBERS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, INC. has
been providing comprehensive environmental services to
municipalities, business and industry since 1971. One of
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170 municipalities and 24,500 commercial customers
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sections of the U.S. The company also is deeply involved in
working to reduce the volume of solid waste and is a pio-
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accomplish that end.

HOLLAND AND KNIGHT is a law firm with offices in
Tallahassee, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, Lakeland,
Bradenton, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Washington, D.C.
The firms' areas of practice include all aspects of environ-
mental and land use law, administrative, civil and criminal
litigation concerning environmental matters.

POST, BUCKLEY, SCHUH & JERNIGAN, INC. is
Florida's largest multidisciplinary consulting firm. PBS&J
provides comprehensive environmental, transportation,
and land development services to public and private clients
and has over 1,000 employees staffing 32 offices in 13
states. PBS&J's Florida offices are located in Miami,
Orlando, Winter Park, Tampa, Melbourne, Tallahassee, Ft.
Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Hollywood, Homestead, Key West,
Naples, Sarasota and West Palm Beach.

WILSON, MILLER, BARTON & PEEK, INC. (incorpo-
rating Smally, Welford & Nalven, Inc.) provides full engi-
neering, planning, and surveying services to comply with
growth management, concurrency requirements, and envi-
ronmental regulations and permitting. Clients include pri-
vate land developers, municipalities, counties and state
agencies. The firm is one of the oldest and largest design
firms in Florida with close to 300 professionals located in
offices in Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota and Lakeland.

DELTA ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. is a full service
environmental consulting and engineering firm with 15
offices nationwide. Delta's Tampa office provides clients
throughout Florida with hydro-geologic assessment and


remediation services; air quality, industrial hygiene, and
toxicologic consulting; hazardous waste management; per-
mitting assistance; water resources management and
development; environmental real estate assessments; and
surface/stormwater engineering services. The company
serves a wide array of clients including government, indus-
try, banking, utilities and the legal arenas. Delta is one of
the largest privately owned environmental consulting firms
in the United States, housing more than 500 multidisci-
plinary environmental professionals.

* MISSIMER & ASSOCIATES, INC. is an environmen-
tal and groundwater consulting firm with five regional
offices. Missimer and Associates, Inc., is a Florida corpora-
tion, serving the state from offices in Cape Coral, Miami
Lakes, Tampa, Jacksonville and Palm Beach Gardens. The
company performs environmental audits, site contamina-
tion assessments, remediation engineering studies, water
supply investigations, air quality studies and a broad range
of industrial support investigations, including waste mini-
mization assessments.

* BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES, INC. is one of
the largest publicly held companies whose subsidiaries and
affiliates collect, transport, treat and dispose of commercial
and municipal solid waste. The company is also involved in
resource recovery facilities, municipal and commercial
sweeping operations, medical waste services, portable
restroom services, asbestos abatement, recycling and public
transportation, as well as providing waste services in for-
eign countries.

INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
is America's oldest and largest company specializing in
environmental problem-solving and the management of
toxic, hazardous and radioactive substances. Over 3000
employees located in 10 laboratories and over 40 offices
nationwide (including Deerfield Beach, Ocala and Tampa,
Florida) serving the needs of Florida industry, utilities and
government.

FINE JACOBSON SCHWARTZ NASH BLOCK AND
ENGLAND is a full-service law firm with offices in Miami,
Ft. Lauderdale and Tallahassee practicing in
banking/finance/bankruptcy, appellate, litigation, govern-
ment and administrative law, labor law, resource recovery,
environmental and land use law. The firm has experience
in planning and permitting on major development projects
and in land use litigation.

HUEY, GUILDAY, KUERSTEINER & TUCKER, P.A.
is a Tallahassee-based law firm practicing in the areas of
environmental and land use law, legislative, state and local
taxation, administrative and governmental law and bank-
ing and litigation.

COMMONWEALTH ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES,
INC. an Orlando-based firm, has successfully assisted pub-
lic and private clients in formulating effective and efficient
project development strategies through individually tai-
lored engineering packages. Offering consulting engineer-
ing and project evaluation services, Commonwealth is high-


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ly responsive to specialized client needs. Services include
pre-development site analysis, residential, industrial and
commercial land development, wastewater and water sys-
tem design, stormwater management and DRI applica-
tions.

* ATLANTA TESTING AND ENGINEERING, INC.
(AT&E) is an engineering consulting firm specializing in
the areas of hydrogeology, environmental permitting,
geotechnical engineering, and construction materials engi-
neering and testing. Founded in Atlanta, Georgia in 1969,
AT&E has expanded throughout the southeast with
Florida offices located in Lakeland, Tampa, Jacksonville
and Orlando. The Florida Hydrotechnology Division offices
in Lakeland and Orlando specialize in ground water con-
tamination and remediation investigations, environmental
audits, environmental permitting, ground water supply
development, leaking underground storage tank investiga-
tions, surface water hydrology, water quality monitoring,
wastewater disposal, RCRA facility audits, contingency
plans/RCRA training courses, OSHA site safety
audits/HazCom (RTK) training, and regulatory compliance
manuals.

* JAMES M. MONTGOMERY CONSULTING ENGI-
NEERS, INC. is a national and international environmen-
tal engineering firm with offices in 30 cities and over 1,400
employees. JMM specializes in water and wastewater
treatment, water resources investigations, hazardous and
industrial waste management, laboratory services, reuse,
rate studies, and utilities acquisitions. JMM has been
serving Florida for 20 years with offices in Fort
Lauderdale, Palm Beach County, Port Charlotte, Sarasota,
and Fort Pierce.

* FOWLER, WHITE, GILLEN, BOGGS, VILLAREAL
AND BANKER, P.A. has offices in Tampa, Tallahassee,
Ft. Myers, Clearwater and St. Petersburg. Fowler, White
is a full-service law firm practicing environmental and land
use law, including coastal construction, dredge and fill,
developments of regional impact, water use, solid waste
facilities, lobbying and representation before the Governor
and Cabinet.

* CAMP, DRESSER & MCKEE is a nationally recog-
nized firm and one of the largest specializing in environ-
mental engineering and related services. With over 40
years of experience in conducting environmental projects,
the firm has established a sound reputation for quality
engineering. It has assembled a multi-disciplinary staff of
over 2000 persons, many of whom are nationally known in
their particular areas of expertise. CDM has kept pace
with the rapid advancements and changes occurring in the
environmental field, expanding its services to handle
almost every conceivable environmental project.

* DOUGLAS M. HALSEY, P.A. is a Miami-based law
firm which practices environmental and land use law. The
firm represents business and industrial clients in litigation
in all courts, and practices before all federal, state and
local government agencies which regulate activities affect-
ing the environment. The firm also advises banks and


developers on the environmental risks of business and real
estate transactions.

* POPHAM, HAIK, SCHNOBRICH & KAUFMAN has
offices in Denver, Minneapolis, Miami and Washington,
D.C. The firm has 170 attorneys and practices all major
fields of law. Its national practice includes products liabili-
ty, toxic torts, and environmental areas. The firm also
practices in securities, professional liability, immigration,
bankruptcy, real estate, municipal banking, and interna-
tional matters.

* FIRST ENVIRONMENT where technical solutions are
always balanced by practical experience, provides compre-
hensive consulting and engineering services in the environ-
mental field to a wide variety of private sector clients
throughout Florida and the United States. The experi-
enced staff has provided clients pre-purchase and facility
audits, compliance reviews, employee training, permitting,
site investigation and remediation, evaluation and design
and installation of treatment systems. The New Jersey
based firm also has offices in Georgia, Mississippi, and in
Tampa, Florida.

* GREENBERG, TRAURIG, HOFFMAN, LIPOFF,
ROSEN & QUENTEL, P.A. has 136 attorneys with offices
in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach. The firm
is engaged in a diversified legal practice, with departments
in environmental and administrative law, real estate, liti-
gation, bankruptcy, securities and corporate finance, bank-
ing law, tax law, public finance, estate planning and pro-
bate matters, sports law and health care law.

* CH2M HILL is the largest environmental consulting
firm in the United States. We provide comprehensive
study, design and construction management services for
technological systems that include water, waste manage-
ment, agriculture, energy, industry transportation and civil
engineering. Over 400 employees in seven Florida offices
(Deerfield Beach, Gainesville, Key West, Miami, Orlando,
Tampa, and West Palm Beach) provide services to public
and private clients throughout the state.

* REYNOLDS, SMITH & HILLS provides architectural,
engineering (civil, transportation, water, wastewater,
structural, mechanical, electrical), planning and environ-
mental permitting services for a wide variety of successful
public and private sector projects. The firm has offices in
Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando, Merritt Island and
Plantation Florida, and Greensboro and Research Triangle
Park in North Carolina.


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ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

ADVANCED DISCUSSION SESSION ON
WETLANDS PROTECTION, DREDGE
AND FILL PERMITTING, SURFACE
WATER MANAGEMENT AND ENVI-
RONMENTAL MITIGATION
WEDNESDAY. JULY 10
Moderator Boone Kuersteiner
Panelists
Patrick Frost
Mark Latch
William Kruczvnski
Ru.ss Danser
Don Wisdom
John Hall
RS Murali
Mike Dennis
Rick Cantrell
Frank Matthew -
Steve G;od le.
9.00 10.10 Opening Panel Discussion
9-45- II 15 Coffee Break
Sponsored by'
Huey. Guilday.
Kuersteiner & Tucker. P.A.
11 .30 11.40 Concluding Panel
Discu-.;ion
Regictration Fee- $45.(00
Advanced Discuision Sess-ion fee is waaied
for attendees attending both the growth
management and environmental permitting
summer schools
Course designed for persons with substantial
expenence in dredge and fill permitting and
environmental mitigation; -ession will follow
discussion format w ith extensive audience
participation. issues addressed include
nationwide permitting program "no net loss"
policy. COE EPA Memorandum of
Understanding. new wetlands manual.
expected changes. integration of dredge and
fill, surface water management, and
stormwater permitting with Flonda's water
management districts, likelihood of delega-
tion of federal wetlands program, technical
aspects ofjunsdictional determinations, use
of hydric soil, limitations to jurisdiction.
exemptions recent changes to state and fed-
eral mitigation policy and many other relat-
ed issues Course not for beginners '

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

P A ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING
-A OVERVIEW AND UPDATE: covers
structure and responsibilities of state and fed-
eral environmental agencies; review of per-
mitting programs, overview of all aspects of
environmental permitting in Florida.
Instructors: Ken Wright, Bill Preston,
Deborah Getzoff, Larry Gerry

E P-B FEDERAL DREDGE AND FILL PER-
E MITTING AND JURISDICTION:feder-
al dredge and fill jurisdiction and permitting
criteria; current agency practices of the Corps
of Engineers, EPA, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service; covers "no net loss" policy and federal
wetlands manual; emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: Deborah Getzoff, Mike Dennis,
Robin Lewis, Ron Silver
EP C STATE DREDGE AND FILL PERMIT-
SEP- TING AND JURISDICTION: state
dredge and fill jurisdiction and permitting cri-
teria; current agency practices of DER, water


management districts, and Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission; archaeological sites
and role of Division of Archives and History;
practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: Judy Kavanaugh, Randy
Armstrong, Mark Latch, Rick Cantrell
ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION
EP-D REQUIREMENTS OF THE CORPS OF
ENGINEERS, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
AGENCY AND THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SER-
VICE: review of statutory criteria and imple-
menting rules; evolving agency practices; legal
and practical constraints; emerging trends and
issues; focus on changing rules and policies of
the Corps, EPA and U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service; practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: Frank Matthews, Steve Godley,
John Hall, William Kruczynski
EP-E ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION
Er-n REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPART-
MENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION,
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS, AND FLORIDA
GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION:
statutory criteria and implementing rules; cur-
rent agency practices; review of DER's "Report
on the Effectiveness of Permitted Mitigation";
purpose and objectives of the State Task Force
on Mitigation Banking; emerging trends and
issues; examples and case studies. Instructors:
Terry Lewis, Bill Hamilton, Beverly Birkitt,
Ann Redmond, Stuart Bradow
EP-F FEDERAL NPDES AND STATE
E STORMWATER QUALITY PERMIT-
TING covers state and federal (NPDES)
stormwater quality discharge standards and
regulations; agency criteria for review and cur-
rent agency practices; delegation to water man-
agement districts; integration with dredge and
fill and surface water discharge permitting;
stormwater utilities; implementation of NPDES
stormwater program, purpose and intent; appli-
cation of criteria; examples. Instructors: Cathy
Sellers, Lloyd Stebbins, Dan Burden, Roosevelt
Childress, Eric Livingston
PG STORMWATER AND SURFACE
EP -G G WATER MANAGEMENT PERMITTING
WITHIN THE SFWMD AND SJRWMD: covers man-
agement and storage of surface waters permits
under Part IV of Chapter 373; works of the dis-
trict permits; design criteria and current agen-
cy practices; isolated wetlands; integration
with dredge and fill permitting; delegated
stormwater quality permitting responsibilities.
Instructors: Mike Tammaro, Howard Searcy,
Bob Higgins, Glen Lowe, Ralph Fanson
T T STORMWATER AND SURFACE
EP-H WATER MANAGEMENT PERMITTING
WITHIN THE SWFWMD, SRWMD AND NWFWMD:
covers management and storage of surface
water permits under Part IV of Chapter 373;
works of the district permits; design criteria
and current agency practices; isolated wet-
lands; integration with dredge and fill permit-
ting; delegated stormwater quality permitting
responsibilities. Instructors: Jack Brandon,
Steve Lienhart, David Sawyer, Kent Zaiser

iP T SURFACE WATER DISCHARGE
E -*I PERMITTING: covers recent DER
changes to water quality standards; surface
water quality classifications; outstanding
Florida waters; state and federal permit crite-
ria and procedures; numerical and non-numer-
ical standards; methods of measurement;
wasteload allocations; mixing zones; discharge
of toxic materials; exemptions; site specific
alternative criteria; bioassay and toxicity
requirements. Instructors: Joe Fleming, Mel
Lehman, Ron Ferland, Steve Palmer
EP J USE OF WETLANDS FOR STORMWA-
E "t TER AND WASTEWATER TREAT-
MENT: an in-depth look at wetlands legislation


and agency rules and practices as applied to
the use of wetlands for waste assimilation and
water storage; review of recent rule changes;
technical applications and case studies;
impact of federal wetlands policy; emerging
trends and issues: Instructors: Bob Knight,
Larry Schwartz, Eric Livingston
EP-K GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE
E"P K PERMITTING: covers groundwater
quality classifications; state and federal per-
mit criteria and procedures; monitoring
requirements; activities subject to regula-
tion; application of primary and secondary
standards; current agency practices; well-
field and aquifer protection; examples and
case studies. Instructors: Bill Earl, Scott
McCallister, John Garlanger, Chuck Aller
E T CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMITTING,
EI -L WATER CONSERVATION AND
WASTEWATER REUSE: covers water manage-
ment district procedures and criteria; cur-
rent agency practices; explanation of reason-
able-beneficial use; legal precedents; recent
rule changes; district water shortage plans
and programs; water use caution areas;
water conservation and wastewater reuse;
emerging trends and issues. Instructors:
Buddy Blain, Larry Holland, Pat Gleason,
Jim Boyd, Rick Levin
K PUBLIC DRINKING WATER
EP-1 SYSTEMS, WASTEWATER TREAT-
MENT, SEPTIC TANKS: covers community and
non-community drinking water systems;
affect of recent changes to Safe Drinking
Water Act; permitting of wastewater treat-
ment facilities; applicable DER standards
and permitting procedures; review of
Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services and local septic tank regulations;
prohibitions criteria and enforcement proce-
dures. Instructors: Valerie Settles, Cynthia
Christen, Jim Boyd, Kevin Sherman
E -N TAIR QUALITY DISCHARGE PER-
P MITS: covers ambient air quality
standards; emission "offsets" and non-attain-
ment areas; permit review criteria and cur-
rent agency practices; waste incineration
emissions; monitoring and enforcement;
includes effect of recent amendments to
Clean Air Act. Instructors: Paul
Amundsen, Robert Sholtes, Clair Fancy
EP f SOLID WASTE FACILITY PERMIT-
S TING AND CLOSURE: covers regu-
latory criteria for new facilities; leachate
treatment; monitoring; synthetic and natural
materials; other design criteria; landfill cover
and closure; monitoring; cleanup and mitiga-
tion; cover materials; design considerations;
current agency practices; compliance strate-
gies; liability considerations. Instructors:
David Dee, Harvey Bush, Sam Levin, Bob
Hauser
n P- HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION/
l' RCRA: review of Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA);
respective roles of Department of
Environmental Regulation and
Environmental Protection Agency; wastes
regulated; determining hazardous waste; reg-
ulations for generators, transporters, treat-
ment, storage and disposal; manifests;
reporting, recordkeeping and permits needed;
inspections; enforcement. Instructors:
Dennis Stotts, Jim Colella, Mary Ardiff,
Satish Kastury

't f CERCLA RIGHTS AND REMEDIES:
rE-i potential liability of old landfills,
airports, oher waste sites; liability and course
of action where water supply has become con-
taminated; governmental immunity issues;
limitation on liability under SARA amend-


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ments; liability resulting from disposal of
household refuse. Instructors: Doug Wyckoff,
Nancy Graham, Karen Hansen, Bob White

EP-R COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW:
review of legislative changes;
planning for hazardous materials manage-
ment under SARA Title III; current status of
emergency planning; potential accident sce-
narios; nature and extent of government and
industry responsibilities; potential liabilities
for failure to comply; ways to minimize liabili-
ties. Instructors: Tom DeRose, Roy Duggan,
Rod Westall, Bill Bilkovich
E Q REGULATION OF STORAGE
TANKS: overview of legislation
including recent amendments; review of DER
regulations; regulatory and cleanup criteria;
statutory and administrative deadlines; activ-
ities subject to regulation; superact imple-
mentation; coastal petroleum storage tanks;
liability considerations. Instructors: Bill
Preston, Tom O'Donnell, Mark Stephens,
Marshall Mott-Smith
EP-T POLLUTION PREVENTION
THROUGH WASTE REDUCTION:
regulatory requirements and technical
aspects of hazardous waste minimization;
EPA "Report to Congress Minimization of
Hazardous Waste;" manifest requirements
that generators have a hazardous waste mini-
mization program in place; DER's Waste
Reduction Assistance Program (WRAP); effect
of recent legislation. Instructors: Bill Board,
Robert Pojasek, Bill Harris, Bill Bilkovich
EP-U STATE AND LOCAL PERMITTING
S AND ENFORCEMENT PROCE-
DURES: administrative procedures; permit
application and permit renewal; permit condi-
tions; monitoring and enforcement; construc-
tion and operation permits; time limitations;
third party intervention; standing; appeals;
rule development procedures. Instructors:
Silvia Alderman, Dan Thompson, Ken Plante,
Gary Stephens
EP-V WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
PERMITTING AND ENFORCE-
MENT PROCEDURES: review of administrative
procedures relating to permit applications
and renewals; enforcement; time limitations;
role of governing boards; third party interven-
tion and standing; administrative appeals;
rule development. Instructors: Roger Sims,
Jeff Elledge, Kent Zaiser, Steve Walker
EP-W FEDERAL PERMITTING AND
ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES:
administrative procedures of the
Environmental Protection Agency and Corps
of Engineers; emphasis on permit issuance
and enforcement; time limitations; appeals;
third party intervention; rule notice and adop-
tion procedures. Instructors: Larry Curtin,
Roosevelt Childress, Ron Silver
EP.X COASTAL CONSTRUCTION CON-
El- TROL LINE PERMITTING: coastal
control lines, thirty year erosion line, design
criteria; habitable and non-habitable struc-
tures; review of statutory and administrative
changes; line of continuous construction; per-
mit variance procedures; current agency prac-
tices; schedule for reestablishment of coastal
construction control lines; case studies and
examples. Instructors: Cliff Schulman,
Harvey Sasso, Kirby Green, Chris Lowrey
EP-Y STATE SOVEREIGN LANDS,
AQUATIC PRESERVES, OUT-
STANDING FLORIDA WATERS: regulatory and
other review criteria; current agency prac-
tices; mean and ordinary high water line
determinations; effect of recent legal deci-


sions; agency rules and proposed changes; des-
ignation of aquatic preserves; relationship to
other permitting programs; lease fee schedules;
emerging trends and issues. Instructors:
Kevin Crowley, Russ Danser, Pete Mallison

EP Z ENDANGERED AND THREATENED
SPECIES; SPECIES OF SPECIAL
STATE CONCERN: covers state and federal lists;
regulatory authority of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission and U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service; points of entry in the permit-
ting process; statutory criteria; practical con-
siderations; penalties; effect of recent state leg-
islation; emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: John Aurell, Hilburn Hillestead,
Brad Hartman, Linda Finger
EPAA WRAP-UP OF 1991 LEGISLATION
S AND 1992 FORECAST: 1992
shapes up to be a landmark year for the
Legislature with regard to the environment,
growth management, and tax and funding
issues; detailed examination of 1991 session
from viewpoint of what the results may mean
for 1992; course emphasis on environmental
and growth management issues. Instructors:
Wade Hopping, Larry Sellers, Brad Hartman,
Anna Marie Hartman

EP BB GETTING OTHERS TO PAY FOR
E -tn CLEAN-UP COSTS: covers key
provisions of federal and state environmental
laws and recent court decisions which have
found parent corporations, their predecessors
in interest, and their officers liable for cleanup
costs; risks of liability for lenders under envi-
ronmental laws; liability of insurance carriers
for defense and cleanup. Instructors: Doug
Halsey, Dennis Stotts, Kirk Burns

EP CC IMPLEMENTATION OF FEDERAL
E C" CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS:
major changes to the Federal Clean Air Act will
have far-reaching effects on Florida's air quali-
ty control programs; course specifically covers
legislation, implementing regulations and
anticipated program changes. Instructors:
Jim Alves, Dave Troutman, Lloyd Stebbins,
Clair Fancy

EP-DD TRANSACTIONALENVIRONMEN
S-" U D TAL AUDITS: liability arising
from the sale, purchase or other exchange of a
business or undeveloped property; purpose,
need and basic approach; selection of consul-
tants; review of pertinent laws and regulations;
recent court decisions and legal precedents.
Instructors: Dick Pettigrew, Tom Missimer,
Doug Dean, T. Jay McCallister

EP E ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
P- EE ASSESSMENTS: examines the
legal liability issues associated with regulatory
compliance; actions and case histories leading to
civil and criminal penalties; techniques to per-
form comprehensive compliance assessments;
compliance from an enforcement agency view-
point, including state and federal agency proce-
dures, in conducting facility inspections and
issuing noncompliance notices. Instructors:
Ralph DeMeo, Robert Stephens, John Alonso,
Terry Schomer
EP-FF ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESS-
MENTS: overview of environmen-
tal laws associated with establishing liability
for cleanup of contaminated properties, includ-
ing CERCLA, SARA, innocent landowner
defense, Florida's Pollutant Spill Prevention
and Control Act and future trends; evaluation
of environmental impairment liability insur-
ance coverage; industry perspective on utility
risk assessment data in negotiating purchase
price/agreements and buy/lease decisions.
Instructors: Al Malefatto, Gary Eichler, John
Bell, Dave Dolan


G HOW TO HANDLE A GROUND-
"-G WATER CONTAMINATION PROB-
LEM: who to contact; enforcement and notifica-
tion procedures; risk assessment; determining
extent of problem; management options and
strategies; liability considerations; remedial
action; emphasis on practical examples and
case studies. Instructors: Bob Wells, John
Miller, Paul Gruber, John Gentry

EDH U ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION
*HH. CASE STUDIES: "Real-world"
case studies illustrating the complexity of envi-
ronmental mitigation; focus on recent changes
in regulatory & agency practices. Instructors:
Duke Woodson, Stuart Bradow, Glen Lowe

EPII MARINA PERMITTING: covers spe-
S"11 cial permitting requirements for
docks, boat slips and marinas; addresses DRI
questions, dredge and fill, aquatic preserve
restrictions and state sovereign lands; permit
and lease fees; DNR's marina rule; manatee
protection; shellfish protection and Class II
waters; includes recent rule changes.
Instructors: Vivian Garfein, Russ Danser,
Bert Heimer, Pete Mallison, Randy Armstrong
EPJJ ADMINISTRATIVE LAW FOR NON-
-J LAWYERS: examination of admin-
istrative procedures and agency practices at
the federal, state and local levels; Freedom of
Information Act and public records requests;
government in the sunshine; the role of the
non-lawyer. Instructors: Mary Smallwood,
Larry Sellers, Barbara Hall, Bert Heimer
E W ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN
"T L ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING:
complexity in environmental laws and rules
inevitably leads to situations in which the
legal and ethical responsibilities of the attor-
ney, environmental consultant and client are
unclear; course focus is on "real-world" exam-
ples and ethical conflicts; covers disclosure,
reporting, time of response, penalties, enforce-
ment remedies; third party involvement; con-
fidentiality; client/attorney and consultant
relationships. Instructors: Vicki Tschinkel,
Rob Rhodes, Tom Missimer, Dan Thompson

E TTLOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PRO-
"I..J.GRAMS: purpose and effect of
local environmental programs; legal authority;
emerging trends; relationship to local compre-
hensive plans; relationship to other state and
regional regulatory programs; examples and
case studies. Instructors: Gary Stephens,
Chuck Flowe, Rich Walesky, Sarah Fotopulos

D CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY
.EP-M UNDER THE STATE'S ENVIRON-
MENTAL LAWS: administrative procedures of
the DER and the water management districts
concerning civil enforcement; emphasis of
penalty policies and procedures; nature and
extent of circuit court jurisdiction and civil
enforcement action; examination of criminal
liabilities under environmental laws and the
increasing trend toward criminal prosecutions;
procedures involved in criminal investigations
and prosecutions; role of Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission law enforce-
ment officials. Instructors: Larry Curtin,
Peter George, Bob Edwards, Dan Thompson.

ED p N SPECIAL WASTE DISPOSAL:
Jl How to identify waste streams
which are not defined as hazardous, but which
require special consideration when placed in
disposal sites; outline of what is a special waste
and how to monitor, pre-test, verify methods on
site, and keep records disposal practices; exam-
ples of these waste streams are asbestos, con-
taminated soils, ash, off specifications products.
Instructors: Lee Einsweiler, Greg Rosser, Bob
Ciecko, George Thomas


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ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING INSTRUCTORS


Silvia Alderman Partner, Katz, Kutter, Haigler, Alderman,
Davis Marks and Rutledge, P.A., Tallahassee
Chuck Aller Bureau Chief, Bureau of Drinking Water and
Groundwater Resources, Department of Environmental
Regulation, Tallahassee
Jim Alves Shareholder, Hopping Boyd Green & Sams,
Tallahassee
John Alonso Division Manager for Industrial &
Environmental Services, CH2M Hill, Tampa
Paul Amundsen Attorney, Haben and Culpepper, P.A.
Mary Ardiff Assistant Regional Counsel, Hazardous Waste
Law Branch, Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA
Randy Armstrong Executive Vise President, Phoenix
Environmental, Tallahassee
John Aurell President, Aurell, Radey, Hinkle and Thomas,
Tallahassee
John Bell, Ph.D. Environmental Services Department
Manager,Delta Environmental Services, Tampa
L.M. Buddy Blain Partner, Blain and Cone, Tampa
Bill Bilkovich Pollution Prevention Engineer, Waste
Reduction Assistance Program, Division of Waste Management,
Department of Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Beverly Birkitt Senior Ecologist, Dames & Moore,
Tallahassee
Bill Board General Superintendent of Environmental,
Health, Safety and Governmental Affairs, Monsanto Chemical
Company, Pensacola
Jim Boyd, P.E. Vice President, Commonwealth Engineering
Associates, Inc., Orlando, Florida
Stuart Bradow Director of Natural Resources Management,
South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach
Jack Brandon Senior Partner, Peterson, Myers, Craig,
Crews, Brandon & Puterbaugh, P.A.
Kirk Burns Senior Associate, Douglas M. Halsey, P.A., Miami
Dan Burden, Ph.D., Stormwater Manager, James M.
Montgomery Consulting Engineers, Lake Worth
Harvey Bush Environmental Vice President, Waste
Management, Inc. Southeast Region, Ft. Lauderdale
Rick Cantrell Environmental Administrator, Jurisdictional
Evaluation Section, Bureau of Wetlands Resource Management,
Department of Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Bob Ciecko Southern Regional Environmental Supervisor,
Chambers Development Company, Smyrna, Georgia
Roosevelt Childress Chief, South Area NPDES Unit,
Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta
Cynthia Christen Assistant General Counsel, Department of
Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Jim Colella, P.E. General Manager, Tampa Office, IT
Corporation, Tampa
Kevin Crowley Partner, Cobb, Cole & Bell, Tallahassee
Larry Curtin Partner, Holland and Knight, Tallahassee
Russ Danser President, Phoenix Environmental Services,
Inc. Tallahassee
Doug Dean, P.E. Environmental Consulting and Technology,
Inc., Gainesville
David Dee Shareholder, Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel,
Smith & Cutler, P.A.
Ralph DeMeo Senior Associate, Huey, Guilday, Kuersteiner
& Tucker, Tallahassee
Mike Dennis, Ph.D. Vice President, Breedlove, Dennis &
Associates, Orlando
Tom DeRose Associate, Hopping Boyd Green & Sams,
Tallahassee
Dave Dolan Toxicologist, Waste Management, Inc., Oak
Brook, IL
Roy Duggan Manager of Environmental and Governmental
Affairs, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., Pensacola, Florida
Bill Earl Partner, Peeples, Earl & Blank, Miami
Colonel Bob Edwards Director, Division of Law


Enforcement, Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Gary Eichler, P.G. Vice President, Blasland, Bouck & Lee,
Boca Raton
Lee Einsweiler, AICP Planner, Siemon, Larsen & Purdy,
Boca Raton
Jeff Elledge, P.E. Director, Department of Resource
Management, St. Johns River Water Mangement District,
Palatka
Clair Fancy Chief, Bureau of Air Regulation, Division of Air
Resource Management, Department of Environmental
Regulation, Tallahassee
Ralph Fanson Professional Engineer Trainer, Regulation
Department, South Florida Water Management District, West
Palm Beach
Ron Ferland Vice President, Dyer, Riddle, Mills and
Precourt, Orlando
Linda Finger Fish and Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, Jacksonville
Joe Fleming President, Joseph Z. Fleming, P.A., Miami
Chuck Flowe, P.E. Chief, Water Resources Division, City of
Jacksonville, Jacksonville
Sara Fotopulos Chief Counsel, Hillsborough County
Environmental Protection Commission, Tampa
Patrick Frost Director, Orlando Field Office, St. Johns River
Water Management District, Orlando
Vivian Garfein Attorney, Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash,
Block and England, P.A., Tallahassee
John Garlanger, P.E. Principal, Ardaman & Associates,
Orlando
Peter George Partner, Holland & Knight, Tampa
John Gentry Deputy Director, Waste Management Division,
Department of Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Larry Gerry Director, Jacksonville Field Office, St. Johns
River Water Management District, Jacksonville
Deborah Getzoff Partner, Fowler, White, Gillen, Boggs,
Villareal & Banker, P.A., Tallahassee
Pat Gleason, Ph.D., P.G., Principal Hydrologist, James M.
Montgomery Consulting Engineers, Lake Worth
Steve Godley Vice President, Biological Research Associates,
Tampa
Nancy Graham Attorney, Law Offices of Nancy Graham,
West Palm Beach
Kirby Green Director, Division of Beaches and Shores,
Department of Natural Resources, Tallahassee
Paul Gruber Principal, Environmental Resources
Management South, Tampa
Barbara Hall Greenberg, Traurig, Hoffman, Lipoff, Rosen &
Quentel, Ft. Lauderdale
John Hall, Ph.D. Chief, Regulatory Division, Corps of
Engineers, Jacksonville
Doug Halsey Partner, Douglas M. Halsey, P.A., Miami
Bill Hamilton President, Principal Scientist, Conservation
Consultants, Inc., Palmetto
Karen Hansen Associate, Popham, Haik, Schnobrich and
Kaufman, Miami
Anna Marie Hartman Legislative Affairs Director,
Department of Natural Resources
Brad Hartman Director, Office of Environmental Services,
Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission, Tallahassee
Bill Harris Hazardous Waste Consultant, Atlanta
Environmental Management, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
Bob Hauser, P.E. Vice President, Camp, Dresser & McKee,
Tampa
Bert Heimer Chief, South Permits Branch, Corps of
Engineers, Jacksonville
Bob Higgins, P.E. President, Higgins Engineering, Inc., West
Palm Beach
Hilburn Hillestead, Ph.D. Vice President, Law
Environmental Services Group, Kennesaw, Georgia


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ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING INSTRUCTORS


Larry Holland Vice President and Senior Hydrologist,
Missimer & Associates, Cape Coral
Wade Hopping Senior Partner, Hopping, Boyd, Green &
Sams, Tallahassee
Satish Kastury Environmental Administrator, Hazardous
Waste Regulation, Bureau of Waste Planning and Regulation,
Department of Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Judy Kavanaugh Partner, Peeples, Earl & Blank, Sarasota
Bob Knight, Ph.D. Senior Environmental Scientist, CH2M
Hill, Gainesville
William L. Kruczynski, Ph.D. Wetlands Specialist,
Environmental Protection Agency, Gulf Breeze
Boone Kuersteiner Senior Partner, Huey, Guilday,
Kuersteiner, & Tucker, Tallahassee
Mark Latch Acting Director, Division of Water Management,
Department of Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Mel Lehman, P.E. President, Alvarez, Lehman & Associates,
Gainesville
Rick Levin Hydrologist, Division of Resource Management,
St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka
Sam Levin, P.E. Vice President, Manager of Solid Waste
Division, Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan, West Palm Beach
Robin Lewis, Certified Environmental Professional -
President, Lewis Environmental Services, Inc., Tampa
Terry Lewis Shareholder, Messer, Vickers, Caparello, French,
Madsen & Lewis, West Palm Beach
Stephen Lienhart, P.E. Urban Water Resource Manager,
Post, Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan, Tampa
Eric Livingston Environmental Administrator, Stormwater
and Non-Point Source Management, Bureau of Surface Water
Management, Department of Environmental Regulation,
Tallahassee
Glen Lowe Chief Envionmental Specialist, Department of
ResourceManagement, St. Johns River Water Management
District, Palatka
Christopher Lowery Executive Vice President, Metropolitan
Capital Associates, New York, New York
T. Jay McCallister, P.G. Principal Geologist, First
Environment, Tampa
Scott McCallister Manager, Environmental Programs, Waste
Management, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale
Alfred J. Malefatto Partner, Shaprio & Bergman, West Palm
Beach
Pete Mallison Director, Division of State Lands, Department
of Natural Resources, Tallahassee
Frank Matthews Partner, Hopping Boyd Green & Sams,
Tallahassee
John Miller, P.E. Senior Hydrogeologist, CH2M Hill, Tampa
Tom Missimer President, Missimer & Associates, Cape Coral
Marshall Mott-Smith Administrator, Storage Tank
Regulation Section, Bureau of Waste Planning and Regulation,
Department of Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
R.S. Murali Director, Environmental Permitting and
Compliance, General Development Corp., Miami
Tom O'Donnell Vice President of Environmental Services
Division, Missimer & Associates, Cape Coral
Steve Palmer, P.E. Siting Engineering, Siting Coordination
Office, Division of Air Resource Management, Department of
Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Dick Pettigrew Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Miami
Ken Plante General Counsel, Department of Natural
Resources, Tallahassee
Robert B. Pojasek, Ph.D. Geraghty & Miller, Inc., Andover,
Mass.
Bill Preston Partner, Hopping Boyd Green & Sams,
Tallahassee
Ann Redmond Mitigation Coordinator, Bureau of Wetlands
Resource Management, Department of Environmental
Regulation, Tallahassee


Rob Rhodes Partner, Holland & Knight, Tallahassee
Greg Rosser Manager, Engineering Division, Southern
Region, Chambers Development Company, Smyrna, GA
Harvey Sasso, P.E. Vice President, Coastal Technology
Corporation, Coral Gables
David Sawyer Occidental Chemical Corporation, White
Springs Operation, White Springs
Terry Schomer Manager, Environmental Compliance,
Management Services, IT Corporation, Knoxville, TN
CliffSchulman Shareholder, Greenberg, Traurig, Hoffman,
Lipoff, Rosen & Quentel, Miami
Larry Schwartz Environmental Specialist, Camp Dresser &
McKee, Gainesville
Howard Searcy, P.E. Howard Searcy Consulting Engineer,
Inc., West Palm Beach
Cathy Sellers Attorney, Steel, Hector & Davis, Tallahassee
Lawrence E. Sellers Partner, Holland & Knight, Tallahassee
Valarie Settles Of Counsel, Popham, Haik, Schnobrich &
Kaufman,Miami
Kevin Sherman, Ph.D. Environmental Administrator,
Environmental Health Programs, Department of Health &
Rehabilitative Services, Tallahassee
Robert Sholtes President, Robert Sholtes, P.A., Gainesville
Ron Silver, C.E.P. Chief, Field Operations Branch, Corps of
Engineers, Jacksonville
Roger Sims Partner, Holland & Knight, Lakeland
Mary Smallwood Shareholder, Ruden, Barnett, McClosky,
Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A.
Lloyd Stebbins, P.E. Vice President and North Florida
Regional Manager, Missimer & Associates, Jacksonville
Gary Stephens Shareholder, Messer, Vickers, Tampa
Mark Stephens, P.E., P.G. Principal Consultant, Atlanta
Testing and Engineering, Lakeland
Robert Stephens General Manager, First Environment,
Tampa
Dennis Stotts Partner, Peeples, Earl and Blank, P.A., Miami
Mike Tammaro Shareholder/Partner, Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith & Cutler, P.A. West Palm Beach
George Thomas Industrial Hygienist, Manager of Regional
Compliance Development, Atlanta Testing and Engineering,
Lakeland
Dan Thompson General Counsel, Department of
Environmental Regulation, Tallahassee
Dave Troutman Director of Florida Operations, IT
Corporation, Tampa
Vicki Tschinkel Senior Consultant, Landers and Parsons,
Tallahassee
Steve Walker General Counsel, South Florida Water
Management District, West Palm Beach
Rich Walesky Director, Department of Environmental
Resources Management, West Palm Beach
Bob Wells Partner, Kelley, Drye & Warren, Miami
Rod Westall Chief, Emergency Planning, Division of
Emergency Management, Department of Community Affairs,
Tallahassee
Bob White Manager of Enviromental Division, Jones
Edmunds & Associates, Inc., Gainesville
Donald Wisdom, P.E., Ph.D. President, Wisdom Asocciates,
Inc., Stuart
Duke Woodson Partner, Foley & Lardner, Orlando
Ken Wright Partner, Shutts and Bowen, Orlando
Doug Wyckoff- Associate, Peeples, Earl & Blank, Miami
Kent Zaiser General Counsel, Southwest Florida Water
Management District, Brooksville


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GROWTH GROWTH ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL
MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT PERMITTING PERMITTING


BEACH BEACH
RECEPTION OLYMPICS RECEPTION OLYMPICS





REGISTRATION FEE
Registration fee for either the Environmental Permitting or the Growth Management Summer School is $445 for non-
Chamber members or $375 for members of The Florida Chamber, local government officials, members of 1000 Friends of
Florida and the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association. Those wishing to attend both courses can register
for one course at the appropriate rate and take the entire second course for only $200. Early Bird Special Sessions are
complimentary to those registering for both courses but are $45 for those attending only one.

The fee provides:


* A selection of 8 sessions for each
(16 if registering for both)


+ All social events including beach olympics
and receptions

* Lunch


REFUI
* + 90% Refund If written request is postmarked 10
or more days prior to Summer School.

* + No Refund If request is postmarked less than 5
days prior to Summer School. However, substitu-
tions can be made at any time.


A 700 page easy-reference notebook of
course materials
(two notebooks if registering for both courses)

+ Continental Breakfasts


+ All breaks


ND POLICY
50% Refund If written request is postmarked 5
to 9 days prior to Summer School.

+ All requests for refunds will be processed within
30 days after the course presentation.


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REGISTRATION FORM

GROWTH MANAGEMENT SUMMER SCHOOL

Marco Island Marriott Marco Island, Florida

July 8-10, 1991


NAME:

TITLE:


ORGANIZATION:

OCCUPATION:

ADDRESS:


CITY:


STATE:


ZIP:


BUSINESS TELEPHONE:

MEMBER OF: J The Florida Chamber L 1,000 Friends of Florida
O American Planning Association/Florida Chapter
L Florida Association of Counties O Florida League of Cities
FLORIDA CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP NUMBER:

Method of Payment Check One:
L Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
O Enclosed is a Purchase Order. Please invoice me for $
O Please charge to my credit card. It is L VISA O MasterCard O AmerExpress

CARD NUMBER:


Type of Registration:
L M em ber ................................ $375
(Check appropriate membership block)
O Non-Member .......................$445
L Advanced Discussion Session $45
LI Yes, I will attend the EPSS for
an additional $200.00 which
includes both Early Bird Specials.

Make Checks Payable To:
Florida Chamber Mgt. Corp.
Note: You are not considered registered until
The Florida Chamber has received this com-
pleted registration form from you, together
with payment as indicated on the left.

Please Return This Form and
Your Payment To:
THE FLORIDA CHAMBER
MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
Post Office Box 11309
Tallahassee, Florida 32302

Any questions, call:
McRAE & COMPANY
Conference Coordinators
(904) 385-1790


SIGNATURE: EXP. DATE: /
Required for Charge Payments
Note: You may FAX your registration and credit card information to (904) 422-0256.

Indicate below the eight (8) courses you would most like to attend. Mark them in order of importance to you (#1
being first choice through #8 being last choice). NOTE: Be sure to indicate at l-art two alternate choices in the
even one of your choices has to be replaced. If you do not indicate alternates, cou r-L-' may be chosen for you!


Growth Management Overview and Update
Developments of Regional Impact
Vested Rights Under Chapter 163
Local Comprehensive Plans & Plan Amendments
Land Development Regulations in Urban Areas
Land Development Regulations in Rural Areas
Concurrency Management
Coping with Concurrency
Defining "Adequate Public Facilities" for Concurrency
Urban Sprawl and Urban Service Areas
Impact Fees and Developer Exactions
Affordable Housing
Enforcement, Standing and Legal Appeals
Downtown Redevelopment and Historic Preservation
Innovations in Planning and Urban Design
Transportation Planning and Management
Transportation Levels of Service


GM-R Stormwater Planning and Management
GM-S Non-Transportation Levels of Service
GM-T Special Taxing Districts
GM-U Growth Management i. 1 rh.i Eni. ....n...r
GM-V Takings, Temporary T ..;. ind M...r .r.r.
GM-W Upland Habitat and Endangered Species Protection
GM-X New Towns, Urban Villages and Satellite Communities
GM-Y Where do we go from here? LGCP Aftermath
GM-Z Wrap up of 1991 Legislative Session and 1992 Forecast
GM-AA Emerging Issues in Growth Management
GM-BB Real World Experience with Concurrency
GM-CC Growth Management or Gridlock
GM-DD Florida's Water Wars
GM-EE Recycling and Market Development Outlook
GM-FF Recycling Case Studies
GM-GG Not in My Backyard
GM-HH Public vs Private


Alterna~tcs Mv two' alternate choicesi wouil be


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GM-A
GM-B
GM-C
GM-D
GM-E
GM-F
GM-G
GM-H
GM-I
GM-J
GM-K
GM-L
GM-M
GM-N
GM-O
GM-P
GM-Q






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REGISTRATION FORM

ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING SUMMER SCHOOL

Marco Island Marriott Marco Island, Florida

July 10-12, 1991


NAME:

TITLE:

ORGANIZATION:


OCCUPATION-

ADDRESS.


CITY:


STATE.


BUSINESS TELEPHONE:

MEMBER OF- J1 The Florida Chamber l 1,000 Friends of Florida
U American Planning A-ssociation 'Florida Chapter
O Florida As-sociation of Counties l Florida League ot Cities

FLORIDA CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP NUMBER:

Method of Payment Check One:
O Enclo-,cd i- m\ check in the anlmount ot $
I Enclo-ed i- a Purcha-se Order Pleas-e inm]nc- me tor $
Q Please charge to m\ credit card It is U\ VIA J Ma-terCard J AmerExlpres--

CARD NUMBER-


Type of Registration:
D Member ..................................$375
(Check appropriate membership block)
: Non-Member. ......... .......$4-4
UO Adx anced Discussion Session $45
1 es. I \\ ll attend the GMNSS for
an additional $200.00 which
Includes both Earl\ Bird Specials.

Make Checks Payable To:
Florida Chamber NMgt. Corp.
Note: ) >'L iarte ii't ,coi -idr-rd,1 r,. i-thri:d uiitil
The Fionda c linhanber ha- rc,:jE I.d tihi s ,im-
pict[ d recItrat.*rln r>ril Ir.i- i ',. ;,-.i t1i' l-er
i ith pa mni-rn .- iin..h:td ,,Jrl thi I it

Please Return This Form and
Your Payment To:
THE FLORIDA CHAMBER
MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
Post Ottice Bo\ 11 30,
Tallaha.ssee. Florida 32302

Any questions, call:
NMcRAE & COMPANY\
Conference Coordinators
i0041 1.85-17,00


SIGNATURE-


E\P. DATE:

Note: L'II Illiln FA.I f I.'llr 'Cr .'lt it'i id ,i i ild l o cIt .iiLd Iltirimaitlnl t 1to (l.' I -(- -


Indicate belo\ tlhe eI,4ht (Ij cou r.-es ou would d most like to attend Mark them in order or importance to \ou I#1
being tir-t choice through HS being la-t ch.icei NOTE Be sure to indicate at lea't hto alternate clhoict, in tht
e\ en one ol \ our choice.- ha- to be replaced It \OL do not indwCate alternates. course- may be chnoen for \ o'


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EP-B FId1rl inr.,1,c,,andj F.II P.rn,.irr,n ,r.J ur.i,.rI.:.. __
EP-C -i i.I Prsd-g and F.li P-rrn.ir.r. .,rd I, .r.J,:,..-r. _-r
EP-D Fr, r.nmn ntal ilii ,t.1.r, i,- quir.- iin .:.i h. i, .:r. rp- _'
F.i-, rntic Er- Fn "..r.. m :ii.r l r.. l,.,h. .. ,: n.. j..1 th- ii r
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tl., -F\ T.F .D and iRi R.' __ID
EP-H Stormwater and Surface Water Management Permitting within
the SWFWMD, SRWMD and NWFWMD
EP-I Surface Water Discharge Permitting
EP-J Use of Wetlands for Stormwater and Wastewater Treatment
EP-K Groundwater Discharge Permitting
EP-L Consumptive Use Permitting, Water Conservation and
Wastewater Reuse
EP-M Public Drinking Water Systems, Wastewater Treatment, Septic
Tanks
EP-N Air Quality Discharge Permits
EP-O Solid Waste Facility Permitting and Closure
EP-P Hazardous Waste Regulation/RCRA
EP-Q CERCLA Rights and Remedies
EP-R Community Right-to-Know
Alternates: My trwo alternate choices would b


EP-S Ki 7ulaii .rStor i T ni -
EP-T P 'li, i .r i'r t .n hrn ,r. : h i k ii- r lu.- .l ,r,
EP-LI i -n.1 L..": I .rn..rlt '.: .rd E -l..r> 'i-n trr Pri .-.Jur -
EP-\ \', rr f.iiin., t r i .-tri.cl Prni l. n; ir E, F i.r .-i'ii.r

EP- h F.-Jc rdl p-rrninrt iI: r.J k.-or,:.mer.r Pr'cedIdur: -
EP-\ C-i., I Cr .-trui :r..r- C' rnr.-.i L.in PF'rn'. inir.
EP-\ 'iis r .' :,' 1 L.,ird- -. i'ii. : Prse- r,: l'u ir- i ,i Fl.-ri .

EP-Z Er.,. c r d -i .1 TIr ll.:ri.-..1 5pz .c-; SpI.I Sp :. l ilt
_i-r,,, .rn r
EP-1. X \ r U p ---. l" 1 l .li .-..n .,nd I. : F.,rer :,
EP-BB Getting Others to Pay for Clean-Up Costs
EP-CC Implementation of Federal Clean Air Act Amendments
EP-DD Transactional Environmental Audits
EP-EE Environmental Compliance Assessments
EP-FF Environmental Risk Assessments
EP-GG How to Handle a Groundwater Contamination Problem
EP-HH Environmental Mitigation Case Studies
EP-II Marina Permitting
EP-JJ Administrative Law for Non-Lawyers
EP-KK Ethical Considerations in Environmental Permitting
EP-LL Local Environmental Programs
EP-MM Civil and Criminal Liability Under the State's Environmental
Laws
EP-NN Special Waste Disposal
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MARRIOTT'S MARCO ISLAND RESORT RESERVATION FORM:

J 1991 GROWTH MANAGEMENT SUMMER SCHOOL
JULY 8-10, 1991 Marriott's Marco Island Resort Marco Island, Florida

0 1991 ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING SUMMER SUMMER SCHOOL
JULY 10-12, 1991 Marriott's Marco Island Resort Marco Island, Florida


Please Return Hotel Reservation Form Directly To:
MARRIOTT'S MARCO ISLAND RESORT
400 South Collier Boulevard / Marco Island, Florida 33937
Or Make Reservations by Telephone by Calling:
1-800-GET HERE or 813-394-2511


Name

Address


State


Business Telephone: (

Arrival Date:

Number of Children:

Card Number
R
Signature


Time


Departure Date:

Ages:


Time


Please Reserve the Following
Hotel Accommodations for Me:
L Single ....................... $75.00
O Double .....................$75.00
" MasterCard O VISA
O Am. Express
(Rates Apply from July 7-14)

Method of Payment -Check
One:
O Enclosed is my check in the
amount of $ as.
a deposit for the first night.
O Please guarantee first night
with my credit card. It is
O VISA
O MasterCard
O Am. Express
(Supply card number, signature,
and expiration date on left.)


required if Guaranteeing with Credit Card


Expiration Date


Required for Charge Payment
NOTE: THE CUT-OFF DATE FOR MAKING YOUR ROOM RESERVATIONS IS JUNE 8,1991.







IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND:

JULY 8 -12, 1991 Marriott's Marco Island Resort Marco Island, Florida


Non-attendees may order a complete set of materials for $125.00 per set (which includes
sales tax and shipping). The course materials come in a perfect-bound notebook with
background materials from all subject areas.

I would like to order these materials. Please send them to the address shown below
(street address required since they will arrive by UPS).


Name

Title

Organization

Street Address


State


Business Telephone:

Card Number

Signature
Required for Charge Payment


Required for Charge Payment

Expiration Date


Make Checks Payable To:
Florida Chamber
L I would like to order com-
plete set(s) of Environmental
Permitting Summer School
materials at a cost of $
per set, or a total of $__
J I would like to order
complete set(s) of Growth
Management Summer School
materials at a cost of $
per set, or a total of $_

Method of Payment -Check
One:
L Enclosed is my check in the
amount of $
L VISA
L MasterCard
O Am. Express
(Supply card number, signature,
and expiration date on left.)

Please Return This Form and
Your Payment To:
FLORIDA CHAMBER
Post Office Box 11309
Tallahassee, Florida 32302-3309
Any questions, call:
(800) 940-3034


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The Environmental Network is a subscription
service designed for those who need to have a
comprehensive view of changing state, federal
and local environmental and growth manage-
ment regulatory programs.

For additional information write:

ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK
The Florida Chamber
P.O. Box 11309
Tallahassee, FL 32302-3389
Or call Colleen Barton at
(904) 681-2550


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Now is the time to purchase your copy of the 1991
Environmental Permitting and Growth Management
Handbook. Return this coupon with payment to: Florida
Chamber P.O. Box 11309 Tallahassee, FL 32302-3309


Name
Organization
Address
City
State
Telephone (


Zip


Method of Payment Check one:
Q Enclosed is my check in the amount of $_
O Please charge to my credit card: O VISA 0 AMEX O MC
I would like to order handbook(s) at $24.61 each,
includes tax & shipping
Card Number Exp. Date
Signature


FLRRIDA CHAMBER
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Post Office Box 11309
Tallahassee, Florida 32302-3309



GROWTH MANAGEMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL
&
ENVIRONMENTAL
PERMITTING
SUMMER SCHOOL


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U.S. POSTAGE
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TALLAHASSEE, FL


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