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FCCMA Onsite Training Session
December 7, 2018 –
“Practical Approaches to Implementing Sustainability Initiatives”
Satellite Beach City Hall, 565 Cassia Boulevard, Satellite Beach
ICMA Practice Areas: 2, 7, 9 and 10
Sustainability initiatives, relative to building practices and land use planning, are necessary for all local governments. How to proceed and what policies work best varies among different agencies; albeit, there are best practices that transcend to all local governments in Florida. Lessons learned on such issues as flood hazard mitigation, coastal setbacks, code requirements for rebuilding after hurricanes, utilizing green building practices, and the roles of sustainability boards and committees (and the challenges therewith) will be discussed at this FCCMA regional training program. Special emphasis will be made to provide an informal and interactive session, enabling attendees to learn from each other and share their own experiences and recommendations. Managers and key staff members, particularly those involved in these initiatives, should plan to attend this informative session.
The cost for the training is $49 per person and $15 for students. Lunch is included. The deadline for registration is Friday, November 30th. No refunds will be given after the deadline.
If paying by check, complete the registration form and mail to: FCCMA, P.O. Box 1757, Tallahassee, FL 32302.
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FCCMA Coaching Webinar
January 3, 2019 –
The Future of Mobility
ICMA Practice Areas: 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 14
Dockless scooters, ride sharing, on demand transportation, bicycles, public transit, airplanes, trains, and automobiles are among the many alternatives citizens might have access to in order to go from one place to another. Cities and Counties are modifying roadways and pathways and passing local ordinances to accommodate the increasingly diverse modes of transportation being offered to citizens. Where is it all leading? What are some industry leaders doing to prepare for future needs and to respond to the challenges cities and counties face in an effort to respond to this growing list of transportation alternatives and the citizen demands to utilize these varying forms of mobility? Stephanie Smith, Uber's Senior Manager of Florida Public Policy will join her colleague Uber Technologies' Public Affairs Manager Javier Correoso to present a look at the future of mobility and what Florida local governments can anticipate in the next set of transportation initiatives. This webinar is applicable to rural as well as urban local governments in Florida and all local governments that are planning capital improvements and legislative agendas for the near and middle term.
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