Friday, May 18, 2018

Developer engineering firm paid to write City of St. Augustine Beach land development regulations!

Speaker Douglas C. Miller is from developer engineering firm of England, Thims & Miller, which City of St. Augustine Beach paid more than $40,000 to rewrite its Land Development Regulations, after initially hiring the Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council to do the work. Conflict of interest? You betcha. Crappy work by ETM has had to be redone, over the past several years.

Hutson Companies is owned by the father of State Senator Travis Hutson, who is a walking conflict of interest in Tallahassee.

The St. Augustine Record
A new development in northern St. Johns County that will rival Nocatee in size will be building homes within a year and eventually could contain more than 10,000 homes.
The Hutson Companies unveiled its master-planned community called SilverLeaf on Wednesday. SilverLeaf covers about 8,400 acres, stretching from near County Road 210 all the way to State Road 16. It’s situated between Stonehurst and Johns Creek. Read the Story

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