KELLY EGER-SMITH TO PRESENT AT THE 33RD ANNUAL FLORIDA CHAMBER ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING SCHOOL JULY 16-19, 2019

For the 12th consecutive year, AEC’s President, Kelly Eger-Smith, has been invited to serve as an instructor at the 33rd Annual Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Summer School to be held July 16-19 in Marco Island, Florida.  Kelly’s conference course titled “Keeping Your Eye on the Ball: Scoping the Appropriate Environmental Due Diligence for the Project” will discuss appropriate scoping of the environmental due diligence process, taking into consideration current and prior land uses and the user’s project objectives; the panelists will also discuss the importance of the environmental professional’s opinion and when and how to recommend additional investigation; practical considerations in closing land transactions when there are unresolved issues and how to address those issues and much more; audience participation encouraged. Instructors:  Cristina Lumpkin (Moderator), Vince Yarina, Kelly Eger-Smith, Kirby Stallings, Robert Stephens

The Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School is the Florida Chamber’s largest short course and is attended by more than 800 Attorneys, Consultants, Engineers, State and Local Government Officials, Developers, Land Owners and many others with a strong interest in environmental permitting in Florida.