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The Redevelopment Works podcast, produced by the Florida
Redevelopment Association (FRA), is a weekly series of information, hot topics and best practices for Florida’s redevelopment professionals. Led by FRA’s Executive Director Amber Huges, the podcast is a resource for members and private sector partners alike to effectively operate within a
community redevelopment area. redevelopment.net/podcast/

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The Redevelopment Works podcast, produced by the Florida
Redevelopment Association (FRA), is a weekly series of information, hot topics and best practices for Florida’s redevelopment professionals. Led by FRA’s Executive Director Amber Huges, the podcast is a resource for members and private sector partners alike to effectively operate within a
community redevelopment area. redevelopment.net/podcast/

    COVID-19 and Redevelopment - Where We Are and Where We Are Going

    COVID-19 and Redevelopment - Where We Are and Where We Are Going

    COVID-19 has disrupted all industries including redevelopment practice in Florida. During this episode, we explore how Coronavirus has impacted Florida’s redevelopment efforts and its professionals. FRA’s executive director, Amber Hughes and guest speaker, Kelley Klepper discuss the challenges we have faced as well as opportunities to help adequately prepare for the future of redevelopment.

    • 25分
    CRA RFPs, CCNA and Piggybacking

    CRA RFPs, CCNA and Piggybacking

    As of October 1, 2019, CRAs in Florida must follow the procurement policies of creating local government. During this episode of the Redevelopment Works podcast, we will take a deep dive into purchasing rules and regulations as well as how new statutes align with the other requirements already applicable to CRAs. Clifford B. Shepard is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in City, County and Local Government Law.

    • 32分
    Disposal of Property in a CRA

    Disposal of Property in a CRA

    The legal process in Chapter 163, Part III for disposal of property is unclear at best. The language can be read several ways, and there is important guidance missing in any Florida statutes. City and CRA attorneys have come up with suggested language to help, but it has not been adopted by the legislature. What can local government attorneys do in the meantime? We are seeking knowledge by attorneys who have successfully completed the disposal process in a CRA.

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