Transportation Mobility Systems: An Alternative to Concurrency in Florida

1000 Friends of Florida


Wednesday, November 13, 2013
1 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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During this free 1000 Friends of Florida webinar, Alachua County Transportation Planner Jeff Hayes and Pasco County Planning and Development Administrator Richard Gehring and Chief Assistant County Attorney David Goldstein will discuss the legal foundation and planning principles for mobility planning and fees to promote more sustainable patterns of development and finance transportation systems in Florida.

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Charles Pattison

Confirmed Speaker

Charles Pattison FAICP -- As President of 1000 Friends of Florida, Pattison is responsible to the Board for the day-to-day administration of the 1000 Friends’ office which includes working with Florida’s citizens and communities. He also works with the state’s executive and legislative branches on land use and long ... Read More

David Goldstein

Confirmed Speaker

David Goldstein, Chief Assistant County Attorney, Pasco County. Mr. Goldstein is a graduate of Cornell Law School, and has been practicing law for approximately 19 years. He is Florida Bar Board Certified in City, County, and Local Government Law. His primary areas of expertise include concurrency, impact fees, Developments of ... Read More

Jeffrey Hays

Confirmed Speaker

Jeffrey Hays, AICP, Transportation Planner Manager, Alachua County Growth Management Department. Mr. Hays has been a resident of North Florida for over 30 years. Mr. Hays is a graduate of the University of Florida with a background in environmental science and policy. Mr. Hays has been employed by the USGS ... Read More

Richard Gehring

Confirmed Speaker

Richard Gehring, Planning and Development Administrator, Pasco County. Mr. Gehring is responsible for all current and long-range planning and land use polices, Developments of Regional Impact, the Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Zoning and Intake Department, and Code Enforcement. He was founding chairman of the Suncoast Section of the Florida Chapter ... Read More