And the winner of the Seaside Prize is … Bob Graham

Published: Friday, January 25, 2013 at 10:52 AM.

Symposium panelists will reflect on their past experiences to provide insights and recommendations on a path forward for providing economic development and natural system preservation.

During the symposium Davis will speak, along with Graham.

Panel presentations will be by Jim Murley, former Florida Department of Community Affairs Secretary and Trust member; Bob Rhodes, Jacksonville attorney and former executive vice president of the St. Joe Company; Billy Buzzett, most recent DCA Secretary for large-scale planning; metropolitan land-use strategist Chris Leinberger; and Rick Harper, director of the University of West Florida Office of Economic Development and Engagement.

Buzzett said he will talk about growth management and creating infrastructure gracefully.

"The symposium provides an opportunity to look far into the future and come up with a plan for large-scale preservation. We have sustainability and water issues in Florida," said Buzzett.



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