- Southeast Florida Regional Partnership
- Non-elected bureaucrats
- Their vision of our growth controls all:
- land and water
- plants and animals
- human beings
- and more
- Federal agency funded (your taxes)
- Local control – gone
“Best Practices”? Hardly!
This Seven50 plan will create:
- Unwanted federal government intrusion and regulation in local matters
- A loss of local decision-making authority and private property rights
- Increased government spending and layers of bureaucracy
- Changes to the county’s desired low density character and scale
And those “Best Practices” are Undefined!
Flashy, but what does this really mean?
Questions that should be asked and answered:
- What is their definition of sustainable & equitable communities?
- How is this attained without the taking/denying citizen’s property rights?
- Does this mean property owners must sacrifice developable land to “open space” for which they can never recoup their investment expectations?
- What will be the cost to taxpayers?
- How will this affect our right to use, improve and sell our private property?
NOW is the time
- Well documented research has shown that “smart growth/code” is very expensive and not so smart.
- Research and educate yourself and others on their plans.
- Contact local city and county officials and ask them to answer these questions.
- Become aware of planning meetings and agenda items in our county and cities that discuss sustainability. Voice your opposition to the federal government’s invasion into our local matters and private property rights.