Imhof v Walton County Case APA Florida, Communities Win in Court Ruling of Critical Comprehensive Plan Consistency Challenge
The Florida First District Court of Appeal has handed down an important decision reaffirming the statutory mandate that all development orders be consistent with the local comprehensive plan – all of the plan, not just comprehensive plan provisions related to use, density and intensity. The mandate is a hallmark of the Community Planning Act and its antecedent legislation dating back to the 1970s, and especially as strengthened by the 1985 growth management legislation in the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulations Act.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DEC. 6 2021 Minority Scholarship Application Open
It's that time again! The 2021 Minority Scholarship application is open! This scholarship is meant to celebrate planning and foster increased interest in planning by providing financial support for planning students who are members of underserved ethnic groups. Two scholarships are offered: one for $2000 and one for $1500. Deadline is Dec. 6.
Don't miss out! FPC21 Virtual Event Registration Now Open
Join us at the FPC21 Virtual Event! We're excited to bring to you eight sessions recorded during FPC21 in Miami. We selected five intriguing breakout sessions and the three plenary sessions to create an on-demand experience offering 9.75 CM credits, including Ethics and Law.