Tallahassee, Fla. – Carlton Fields Tallahassee Shareholder Nancy Linnan
and Tampa Of Counsel Nicole Kibert
spoke at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 25th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School on Marco Island, Fla. today.
Linnan presented on panels for two courses:
“Reinventing Florida’s Growth Management Process” – an advanced four-hour discussion educating participants on the latest information on changes and the impact of those changes on Florida’s 25-year-old growth management process.
“Growth Management Legislative and Regulatory Update” – a special course discussing the actions of the present Legislature with respect to growth management and a review and update on DCA rulemaking, new policies, etc.
Kibert presented on a panel for the course:
“Low Impact Development” – a discussion on the use and effectiveness of Low Impact Development, a design strategy with the goal to replicate or maintain the pre-development hydrologic regime.
Linnan serves as both the office managing shareholder of Carlton Fields’ Tallahassee office and practice group leader of the firm’s Government Law and Consulting practice. In the growth management area, she works with developments of regional impact, comprehensive plan amendments, sector plans and local land use approvals. She also works with the Florida Legislature, state agencies and local governments in policy development.
Kibert is a certified mediator and a LEED® Accredited Professional. As a member of the firm’s Real Estate & Finance practice and the Community, Condominium and Resort Development group, she represents developers in the creation of planned communities, condominiums (mixed-use, conversions, age restricted, commercial and residential) and subdivisions with a special emphasis on projects involving sustainable development, green building, downtown and brownfields redevelopment, renewable energy generation, and historic preservation.