3/29/05 MCTA 2005 Annual Dinner Thursday, March 31 at 6:00 at the Yacht and Country Club in Stuart
Two Florida counties, Collier and Sarasota, have implemented changes to their comprehensive plans to accomplish large-scale land conservation by clustering density into villages. This might be one way to solve both the proliferation of ranchettes and the need for large natural water storage areas in Martin County. Mr. Tim Jackson is a major architect of the Sarasota Plan and has agreed to serve as the keynote speaker at the MCTA 2005 Annual Dinner Thursday, March 31 at 6:00 at the Yacht and Country Club in Stuart. Mr. Jackson currently serves as president of the 1000 Friends of Florida, a private not-for-profit group that has been advocating smart growth throughout the state since 1986. Tim is also president of Glatting, Jackson, Kercher, Anglin, Lopez and Rinehard, Inc., a community planning consulting firm which provides services to public and private clients throughout the nation in areas of planning, urban design, landscape architecture, transportation, and environmental science. Please plan to be a part of this informative presentation.
For information contact:
Debra J. Sopko
Martin County Taxpayers' Assoc., Inc.