Vice Mayor of Coral Springs serves on Energy, Environmental Committee
Vice Mayor Claudette Bruck of Coral Springs was selected to serve on the 2011 Energy and Environmental Quality Legislative Policy Committee for the Florida League of Cities, Inc.
This committee addresses policies specific to municipal concerns with coastal management, energy, environmental permitting, hazardous and toxic wastes, recycling, solid waste collection and disposal, storm water, wastewater treatment and reuse, water management, water quality, water quantity and wetlands permitting. Committee members will discuss and decide upon the many issues facing cities that will come before the Legislature during the 2011 Session.
“It is an honor to be appointed to continue to serve on the Florida League of Cities’ Energy and Environmental Quality Legislative Policy Committee,” Vice Mayor Bruck said. “This is an extremely important committee as it addresses conservation and development of alternative sources of energy. We must be stewards of our greatest commodities.”
About the Florida League of Cities, Inc.
The Florida League of Cities is the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments. Its goals are to promote local self-government and serve the needs of Florida’s municipal governments. The League is founded on the belief that local self-government is the keystone of American democracy
The Florida League of Cities supports local municipalities in their efforts to be Sustainable Cities, defining it as “sustainability contemplates whether the economic, social and environmental systems that make up the community are providing a healthy, productive, meaningful life for all community residents, present and future.” The City of Hollywood received the Florida League of Cities (FLC) 2010 Florida Municipal Achievement Award for Environmental Stewardship.
As an architectural consultant, LEED AP, LEED certification reviewer, real estate broker and AIA associate, Valerie J. Amor is dynamically engaged in sustainability and issues regarding the built environment. Actively participating in several local, county and national organizations and committees focused on sustainability issues, she is also owner/principal of Drawing Conclusions and founder/president of Green Collar Connection, companies engaged in sustainable design, real estate development, green job training and research. Knowledgeable and well connected she brings you timely and thoughtful articles. Reach her at .
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