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With more than 500 community development districts throughout Florida, CDDs have been a common way to finance and, in some cases, maintain public infrastructure in developing areas.
This session will review their historic role in providing such infrastructure, and then examine how CDDs have fared in the face of the economic recession and decline in Florida real estate
values. We'll also discuss how Florida's law governing CDDs has worked in these difficult times. The diverse panel will share "lessons learned" from their varied perspectives, and what each believes the future holds for these special district infrastructure providers.