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Chair michelle anchors co vice chairs john cavanaugh uwf tom delaino pjc bob richburg owc

Chair

Michelle Anchors

Co-Vice Chairs

John Cavanaugh, UWF

Tom Delaino, PJC

Bob Richburg, OWC

Members

Carlene Anderson, Walton Co.

Robert Arnold, Okaloosa Co.

Pat Blackshear, Walton Co.

Billy Buzzett, Walton Co.

Charlie Clary, Okaloosa Co. Pam Dana, Okaloosa Co.

Greg Evers, Santa Rosa Co.

Sally Fox, Escambia Co.

Ross Hamilton, Okaloosa Co.

Paul Hsu, Okaloosa Co.

Tony Hughes, Okaloosa Co.

Steve Jernigan, Escambia Co.

Bill Maxson, Okaloosa Co.

Jerry Maygarden, Escambia Co.

Skip Miller

Tom Pelham/Charlie Gauthier

Don Salter, Santa Rosa Co.

Larry Sassano, Okaloosa Co.

Sandra Sims, Okaloosa Co.

Daniel Uhlfelder, Walton Co.


Chair michelle anchors co vice chairs john cavanaugh uwf tom delaino pjc bob richburg owc

CSEC MISSION

The Committee for a Sustainable Emerald Coast will study long range planning issues of regional importance, seek public input and provide recommendations that can enable sustainable growth and development in the region. Through its efforts the Committee will seek to preserve the region’s heritage and enhance the Emerald Coast’s natural resources, economic prosperity and quality of life.

A final report is due by December 31, 2007.


Chair michelle anchors co vice chairs john cavanaugh uwf tom delaino pjc bob richburg owc

CSEC Findings- Defining the Emerald Coast Region:

The Emerald Coast counties and cities of Walton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa

and Escambia comprise an area of distinctive communities, cities and

counties where residents share:

A geographic identity and are socially, economically and culturally

interdependent;

A capacity for planning and functioning together for communication, education, transportation, housing and the protection of natural resources; and

A capacity to create competitive advantage to promote opportunity and prosperity for all.


Chair michelle anchors co vice chairs john cavanaugh uwf tom delaino pjc bob richburg owc

CSEC Findings:

The Emerald Coast will benefit by

thinking and acting regionally

Greater access to new regional funding

Pooling of regional resources to achieve greater efficiency, capacity and results for all in the region

Creative cost sharing while minimizing duplication of costly services

Effectively balancing bottom-up local government and community needs with state and regional concerns

Prevent unnecessary conflicts through early prevention, identifying issues and building consensus on actions in the region


Chair michelle anchors co vice chairs john cavanaugh uwf tom delaino pjc bob richburg owc

  • The Committee is considering issues of long range planning that

  • will help the region prepare for the next generation.  The primary

  • issues of concern fall into four categories of issues and opportunities:

    • oSustainable Growth and Development;

    • oEconomic Diversity and Prosperity;

    • oEnvironmental Stewardship; and

    • oAccess to Education, Health Care and Culture.

  • The Committee will evaluate and make action recommendations

  • concerning these issues of critical importance.  


  • Envisioning a sustainable region

    Envisioning a Sustainable Region


    Envisioning a sustainable region1

    Envisioning a Sustainable Region


    Envisioning a sustainable region2

    Envisioning a Sustainable Region


    Envisioning a sustainable region3

    Envisioning a Sustainable Region


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    Envisioning a Sustainable Region

    Public Involvement and the CSEC

    The Emerald Coast Region’s Future Belongs to All

    • The CSEC’s monthly meetings are noticed and welcome public comment

    • Provide us with your thoughts on the subcommittee rating sheets

    • Visit the Committee’s website at:

      http://www. SustainableEmeraldCoast.org

      or http://consensus.fsu.edu/emeraldcoast/index.html for:

      • The Committee’s meeting schedule

      • To get on its mailing list and learn of the Committee’s progress.

      • To provide online comments and questions for the Committee and its subcommittee and to comment on its “framework” concept maps


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    Envisioning a Sustainable Region

    Public Involvement and the CSEC

    The Emerald Coast Region’s Future Belongs to All

    • The CSEC’s monthly meetings are noticed and welcome public comment

    • Provide us with your thoughts on the subcommittee rating sheets

    • Visit the Committee’s website at:

      http://www. SustainableEmeraldCoast.org

      or http://consensus.fsu.edu/emeraldcoast/index.html for:

      • The Committee’s meeting schedule

      • To get on its mailing list and learn of the Committee’s progress.

      • To provide online comments and questions for the Committee and its subcommittee and to comment on its “framework” concept maps


    Strategic vision

    Strategic Vision


    Strategic vision1

    Strategic Vision

    Questions?


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