Four CRAs in Pensacola and Cantonment could be designated ‘brownfield areas’

Escambia County is considering designating four Community Redevelopment Areas in north Pensacola and Cantonment as brownfield areas. The County Commission will vote Thursday to schedule two public hearings on designating the Community Redevelopment Areas in Atwood, Ensley, Oakfield and Cantonment as brownfield areas, which would allow properties in those areas to qualify for state and federal…

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Principal Planner – City of Destin

Principal Planner $57,759.00/ annually DOQ Full-Time + employer paid benefits package (medical, dental, vision, life, vacation leave, sick leave, retirement) SUMMARY: This is a supervisory position within the Community Development Department’s Planning Division and is responsible for managing the following: Preparation of all ordinance amendments to the Land Development Code and Code of Ordinances; Manages the…

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Who’s Living in Downtown Tampa?

With all the talk of the urban core’s massive development over the last few years, we wanted to quantify exactly how much it has changed. The Tampa Downtown Partnership and HCP Associates, a marketing consulting company based in the Channel District, have partnered on the Worker-Resident Biennial Survey every two years since 2008 to learn more about who…

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Palmetto residents provide input on 10th Avenue West Complete Street proposals

On May 2 more than 100 interested people attended an open house presentation about the proposed 10th Avenue West Complete Street Project. Jennifer Marshall, left, projects manager for the Florida Department of Transportation District 1 10th Avenue West Complete Street Project, poses with Palmetto Mayor Shirley Groover Bryant during a community informational open house on…

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Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency Adds DNA Asset Marking Technology to Crime Prevention

Since its inception in 1984, the Riviera Beach CRA has used every available resource to create jobs, advance infrastructure and improve the quality of life in the City of Riviera Beach, Florida. On its latest list of initiatives is encouraging residents to mark their valuable and meaningful belongings using an easy-to-use chemical coding kit that…

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