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The UEL dinner on October 20th tackled the question: Is Florida Hometown Democracy (Amendment #4) The Best Answer for Growth Management? Here is the evening in pictures: Former City of Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre makes a point in favor of…
We know in our gut that land use in Florida is out of the control of citizens, and so Amendment 4—Hometown Democracy—has a strong attraction for anyone who cares about Florida. Turns out this is one of those cases where…
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The Downtown Bay Forum (www.downtownbaforum.com) is having a luncheon September 28th at 11:30. The subject will be: Amendment 4: Tonic for over development or barrier to growth? The speakers will be Tom Connick ‘for’ and Neisen Kasdin ‘against’ the amendment….
The Urban Environment League has no official position on Florida Amendment 4 but we do have a strong position on the right of the public to be heard. The public put this Amendment on the ballot and we believe they…
Long time friend of the Urban Environment League has written an opinon piece in the Naples News:
There is an article in the Miami Herald today about Amendment 4. The author says: In the complex world of comprehensive land-use plans, the public cannot vote. However, this uneven balance of power could change in the 2010 elections. A…