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Dr. Terrence Cole

Attorney

Gunster , Yoakley & Stewart , P.A.

Direct Phone: (850) ***-****       

Email: t***@***.com

Gunster , Yoakley & Stewart , P.A.

777 South Flagler Drive Suite 500 East

West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

United States

Company Description

Gunster Yoakley is Palm Beach County's oldest and largest full-service law firm. Established in 1925, the firm offers a broad range of legal services to its impressive client base of businesses, institutions, local governments and prominent individuals. G... more

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Background Information

Employment History

me.com Inc

Washington State Historical Society

Florida Stormwater Association

Professor of History

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Partner

Oertel Koonts & Oertel PLLC

Affiliations

Board Member
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association

Historian
National Bank of Alaska

Assistant Secretary
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation

Education

Ph.D.

bachelor's Degree

University of Alaska

doctorate
American history
University of Washington

master's degree

University of Alaska

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Terry Cole - Shareholder, GUNSTER, Tallahassee, FL


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? Terry Cole, an environmental and land use attorney in Gunster's Tallahassee office, has been designated one of the 21 "Leaders in their Field" by Chambers USA.


"The oil industry is like the ...

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"The oil industry is like the locomotive for Alaska economy," said Terrence Cole, Director of UAF's Office of Public History.

According to Cole, money from petroleum allowed the state to abolish income tax and actually pay dividends to Alaskans. Over 80 percent of Alaska's revenue stems from the oil industry. Cole has discussed the economic impact oil has had on the state in a variety of publications, including the New York Times.
"We have made more money from oil than the revenues of all the other natural resources - all the gold, and the furs and the fish, everything from the history of our state - combined," he said.
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And one thing universities thrive on is answering questions," Cole said.
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Oil is not a renewable resource, said Cole. The pipeline is 30 years old and once that oil runs out, we'll have to either develop more oil fields or find something to replace its role in the economy.
"An oil dollar is a one-time-only dollar," he said.


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That is no surprise, says Alaska historian Terrence Cole, a professor at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

"For elected leaders, opposing this is like opposing the midnight sun. It's just not done," he says.


That is no surprise, says Alaska ...

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That is no surprise, says Alaska historian Terrence Cole, a professor at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

"For elected leaders, opposing this is like opposing the midnight sun. It's just not done," he says.

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