Drawing on data from Collier County, West Palm Beach and
other communities in Florida and beyond, Joe Minicozzi, AICP, will focus on the
economic impacts of development and sprawl in one of the fastest growing states
in the nation.
A pioneer of an approach to planning and city design called
Geoaccounting, Mr. Minicozzi demonstrate how cities can use local data and
simple math to understand the impact of development on their community economic
health. His case studies illuminate how
cities and regions can better forecast fiscally sustainable development
patterns, in the process protecting sensitive natural lands and waters. He is the founder and principal of Urban3, a
real estate economics firm that maps the financial health of built environments
to inspire communities of all sizes to think differently about development,
land use, and public policy.
This event has been approved for professional certification
credits for Planners (AICP CM #9189011), Florida attorneys (CLE #1908621N),
Florida Certified Environmental Health Professionals, and Certified Floodplain
Managers (1 CEC). 1000 Friends has applied for credits for Florida DBPR
landscape architects but cannot guarantee they will be approved.
For more information and to register: https://1000fof.org/upcoming-webinars/
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