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Recent trends reveal a growing generation that defines healthy as more than "not sick". Wellness has become a daily, active pursuit. The trend favors exercising more, eating smarter and growing sustainable gardens. Can communities, in order to attract top talent, adapt the planning process to include features that enhance healthy living? Come find out how to develop a healthy community and learn about recent examples of these developments.

Save the Date - 9/22/2017. Please join us in this yearly tradition of enjoying fine food and “after five” refreshments at a social gathering of land development professionals, elected officials and government representatives.

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News & Announcements

Following a study conducted by an independent engineering firm, and public notices and public hearings, the New Smyrna Beach Utilities Commission has approved policy changes that will go into effect on May 1, 2017. The change is in the existing capacity fee policy, from category-based to a meter-based policy.

FDOT convened its Project Visioning Team on January 18th to provide an update on the US 92/ISB Corridor Master Management Plan. The study is examining multiple potential lane-configuration alternatives from the Halifax River to SR A1A/Atlantic Avenue in Daytona Beach.

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