Water Matters

Speaking Engagement
November 7, 2013

Water is a vital but limited resource in our community. Real estate development decisions can effectuate positive or negative changes to the quality and quantity of the local and regional water supply, thereby impacting our everyday lives.

A panel of experts will discuss topics such as how expanding Miami-Dade’s Urban Development Boundary will affect water supply and quality and how Port St. Lucie’s algae bloom will impact future real estate development.

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Howard E. Nelson
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