School Capital Planning Considerations
As the economy recovers from the economic downturn and employment and housing starts show an
increase, School Districts are beginning to experience an increase in enrollment levels. According to
the Florida Department of Education, public school enrollment is expected to increase from 2.77
million kids to 2.9 million kids over the next five years. This increase creates an urgency in planning
for and constructing future schools, especially in the case of growth counties. Read More.
Tindale Oliver Legal Update
Two important cases have reached final resolutions this winter:
- Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District, 133 S. Ct. 2586 (2013), and
- California Building Industry Association v. San Jose, 351 P. 3d 974 (2015).
2016 Florida Legislation Briefs
Tindale Oliver tracks proposed/new legislation to keep our clients informed of any related impacts and ensure that our studies are in full compliance with all legal requirements. Two recent legislative bills are likely to affect local government funding programs. Read More.
Tindale Oliver has more than 25 years of Florida impact fee, assessment, and user fee experience. Our high level of activity throughout the state enables us to provide current information to our clients. Read More.
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