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Tamara Sakagawa

Community Redevelopment Manager

Lakeland Downtown Development Authority

HQ Phone:  (863) 687-8910

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Lakeland Downtown Development Authority

228 S. Massachusetts Ave.

Lakeland, Florida,33801

United States

Company Description

The Lakeland Downtown Development Authority is a special taxing district whose mission is to improve and stimulate the environment for economic development in a people-oriented downtown community. We do not regulate, but exist to help Downtown business owners,... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Community Redevelopment Agency Manager

City of Lakeland


Program Officer

Local Initiatives Support Corporation


Affiliations

Redevelopment Academy

Board Member


Web References(32 Total References)


florida | Lakeland Local

www.lakelandlocal.com [cached]

Tamara Sakagawa, community redevelopment manager for Lakeland since 2002, has resigned.
Sakagawa, 40, oversaw the redevelopment of Dixieland, downtown and the midtown redevelopment areas.Sakagawa declined Thursday to discuss why she is leaving her job. Her last day will be April 11. - The Ledger In that resignation, Lakeland lost the person most responsible for making [...]


Lakeland | Lakeland Local

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Tamara Sakagawa, community redevelopment manager for Lakeland since 2002, has resigned.
Sakagawa, 40, oversaw the redevelopment of Dixieland, downtown and the midtown redevelopment areas.Sakagawa declined Thursday to discuss why she is leaving her job. Her last day will be April 11. - The Ledger In that resignation, Lakeland lost the person most responsible for making [...]


www.lakelandlocal.com

Tamara Sakagawa, community redevelopment manager for Lakeland since 2002, has resigned.
Sakagawa, 40, oversaw the redevelopment of Dixieland, downtown and the midtown redevelopment areas.Sakagawa declined Thursday to discuss why she is leaving her job. Her last day will be April 11. - The Ledger Tamara Sakagawa is know for her excellence. I had the pleasure of working with Tamara when I was on the Lakeland Downtown Development Authority. She was super sharp and articulate; she had a real passion for redevelopment. She will indeed be missed. I am saddened to hear Tamara Sakagawa is moving on. Her talent, humor, intelligence, savvy, charm, and wit will be missed. I wish her and her family the very best. Knowing the Sakagawa-Lyons clan, I'm sure their next chapter will be exciting and interesting.


www.theledger.com

"Ideally, we want to take these students' ideas, some of which were wacky and crazy, and rely on the locals (architects and builders) to make them buildable," said Tamara Sakagawa, manager of Lakeland CRA.
"We wanted to use this opportunity with the students to have them give us ideas of modern architecture that would still fit in the neighborhood," Sakagawa said. The homes also need to "be affordable to build and affordable to maintain, but not so modern they would not appeal to the typical buyer," she said. Sakagawa said she hopes the CRA board will start talking about taking the models to the next level at their next meeting. The project would join others the CRA has already tested in the area, including down payment assistance, incentives to rehab homes and some new construction. "We do projects like that to try to test how we can expand programs to outside the neighborhood," Sakagawa said. "The success of our historic districts comes from a sense of community, the tree canopy and how close it is to town, but it also comes from the housing stock. So adding in new or rehabbed housing and making sure there are enough options will help other communities as well," she said.


www.theledger.com

"The designs are really exciting and great concepts," said Tamara Sakagawa, manager of the Community Redevelopment Agency.


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