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Dan Cary

Planning Director

South Florida Water Management District

HQ Phone: (561) 686-8800

South Florida Water Management District

3301 Gun Club Road

West Palm Beach, Florida 33406

United States

Company Description

The South Florida Water Management District is a regional, governmental agency that oversees the water resources in the southern half of the state - 16 counties from Orlando to the Keys. It is the oldest and largest of the state's five water management di ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor
Tomah Journal

Environmental Planner
The Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council

District Attorney
Monroe County

President
Wall Street Journal

Captain
US Army

Affiliations

Financial Advisor, Certified Financial Planner
Dan Cary and Associates, Ameriprise Financial

Financial Advisor, Certified Financial Planner
Monroe County District Attorney

Education



UW-Madison law school

Web References (154 Total References)


An Overview of New Urbanism in South Florida - Congress For The New Urbanism Florida Chapter

cnuflorida.org, $reference.date [cached]

Those interviewed included Michael Busha, Dan Cary, Jaime Correa, Robert Davis, John M. DeGrove, Victor Dover, Neisen Kasdin, Peter Katz, James F. Murley, Erick Valle, and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk.

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Meanwhile in 1984 and north of Miami in Martin County, Dan Cary, an ornithologist, came to the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council (TCRPC). Although he began as an environmental planner, Cary soon rose to the position of Executive Director of the TCRPC. During this time, the Treasure Coast region, like much of South Florida, began to feel the effects of explosive growth. As Cary reviewed Developments of Regional Impact (plans required by Florida's new growth management law), he began to realize that the state's comprehensive planning process looked independently at issues, such as land use, transportation, employment, and the environment, which in reality were interrelated but did not consider the affect one area had upon another. In 1987, Cary found a solution to his frustration with the current planning process. He had been reviewing a development proposal in west St. Lucie County calling for 20,000 dwelling units, the equivalent of a small town. After reading an article about Duany and DPZ, Cary called Duany and began to work with him on an alternative plan for the proposed development.
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Cary discovered that all the independent pieces mandated by a comprehensive plan could be addressed together through traditional town planning. He soon began to guide the TCRPC into an aggressive role of encouraging development plans based on these concepts.
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Working with Cary and the TCRPC, seeking to avoid highway improvements that would be destructive to the downtown's historic urban fabric, DPZ produced a plan and a new zoning code that mixes uses and limits building volume by height.
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In 1995, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), under the leadership of then-Director Sam Poole and Dan Cary, then the SFWMD Planning Director, sponsored the Western C-9 Basin Charrette.
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As Cary notes, "We have here now a critical mass of talent, a family that reinforces each member through an extremely close and supportive network.


CNU Florida - the Congress for the New Urbanism

www.cnuflorida.org, $reference.date [cached]

Those interviewed included Michael Busha, Dan Cary, Jaime Correa, Robert Davis, John M. DeGrove, Victor Dover, Neisen Kasdin, Peter Katz, James F. Murley, Erick Valle, and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk.

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Meanwhile in 1984 and north of Miami in Martin County, Dan Cary, an ornithologist, came to the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council (TCRPC). Although he began as an environmental planner, Cary soon rose to the position of Executive Director of the TCRPC. During this time, the Treasure Coast region, like much of South Florida, began to feel the effects of explosive growth. As Cary reviewed Developments of Regional Impact (plans required by Florida's new growth management law), he began to realize that the state's comprehensive planning process looked independently at issues, such as land use, transportation, employment, and the environment, which in reality were interrelated but did not consider the affect one area had upon another. In 1987, Cary found a solution to his frustration with the current planning process. He had been reviewing a development proposal in west St. Lucie County calling for 20,000 dwelling units, the equivalent of a small town. After reading an article about Duany and DPZ, Cary called Duany and began to work with him on an alternative plan for the proposed development.
...
Cary discovered that all the independent pieces mandated by a comprehensive plan could be addressed together through traditional town planning. He soon began to guide the TCRPC into an aggressive role of encouraging development plans based on these concepts.
...
Working with Cary and the TCRPC, seeking to avoid highway improvements that would be destructive to the downtown's historic urban fabric, DPZ produced a plan and a new zoning code that mixes uses and limits building volume by height.
...
In 1995, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), under the leadership of then-Director Sam Poole and Dan Cary, then the SFWMD Planning Director, sponsored the Western C-9 Basin Charrette.
...
As Cary notes, "We have here now a critical mass of talent, a family that reinforces each member through an extremely close and supportive network.


"He has led with strength and ...

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"He has led with strength and wisdom in a difficult moment, and I'm confident he will carry forward Dan Cary's legacy as a prosecutor who is committed to enforcing the law and the serving the community."

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The previous Monroe County District Attorney, Dan Cary, died unexpectedly at his home in Sparta in November 2013. He was 58.


Monroe County District ...

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Monroe County District Attorney Dan Cary


Prosecute George W. Bush for Murder — The Wisconsin DA List

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Daniel D. Cary District Attorney

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