The UEL has a proud history of involvement in important local issues – from preserving Virginia Key and Bicentennial Park from thoughtless development to leading the struggle to preserve the Urban Development Boundary Line by working with other local organizations in forging a new constituency that is sensitive to environmental and equity issues, housing, and overall better planning.

Our core mission is to ensure environmentally responsible, smart growth oriented planning in Miami-Dade County. In our advocacy and education efforts, we focus on growth management, public involvement in decision-making, and public spaces, especially parks and the waterfront.

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  1. Earl Blechinger

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