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Florida Planning & Zoning Association Award – Call For Entries

It’s time again for the prestigious Florida Planning & Zoning Association Awards! The FPZA Awards define the standard for land development and public/private sector planning statewide. For several decades, the awards program has been the centerpiece of FPZA’s identification and promotion of best practices in all types of planning and development throughout the state.

The Florida Planning and Zoning Association encourages members to submit award applications. Second-place awards may be given in some categories as determined by the awards committee. Projects must have been approved or completed during the past calendar year (2011).

[Download 2012 FPZA Call For Entries Form]

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