CITYVIEW June/July 2013 Issue Online
Our Feature Series on Economic & Infrastructure Development by Jana Danger continues with a look at the elements needed to develop healthy cities and the developments going on or in the planning stages around downtown Fort Lauderdale. We also take a look at the State of the Local Economy with DDA Chair Tim Petrillo and review the new, downtown Las Olas Sunday Market. To view this issue in our online magazine format, just click on the cover to the left and enjoy!
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in our June/July 2013 Issue
4 Mayor’s Message
Fort Lauderdale Mayor John P. “Jack” Seiler
6 City Views | State of the Local Economy
DDA Chair Tim Petrillo gives us an update on local business conditions
8 Feature | Prescription for a Healthy City
Jana Danger continues our series on Economic & Infrastructure Development
14 People & Politics | Historic Preservation IS Important...but
Jack Latona looks at why it’s important and when it’s not
16 DFLCA | Champions of Downtown Tribute Event
DFLCA & DDA tribute to the first‐ever Champions was a magical affair
18 DFLCA | Las Olas Sunday Market Comes to Downtown
Since moving downtown, it’s been bigger, better, faster & stronger each week
20 Dining & Doing | You Only Live Once
Tim Petrillo & partners made a commitment to downtown and its worked
22 Networking | The Quintessential Connector
Reneé Quinn’s Fort Lauderdale networking prowess helps build our community
24 City Builders | Former Dolphin Fields a Formidable Team
D. Stephenson Construction is adding new talent to meet growth opportunities
26 Perspectives | Empowering Our Neighborhoods ‐ Part II
Rob Dressler continues his series on the emergence of our neighborhoods
THINK LOCAL. It's where your business lives.
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