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Dean Mead’s Pete Dunbar Featured on Facing Florida

Published: May 18th, 2015

By: Peter M. Dunbar

Dean Mead lawyer, Peter Dunbar, chair of the Tallahassee office Government Relations, Lobbying and Administrative Law team, and Screven Watson were guests on Facing Florida with Mike Vasilinda on April 18, 2015. They discussed highlights of the Florida Legislative Session including water supply issues and key stakeholders. See the full segment here: FF 260 seg 3 from […]

To Save Water, Let it Meander

Published: April 17th, 2015

By: Dennis G. Corrick

Unlike California, Florida has a lot of water. But our average 59 inches of rainfall comes unevenly throughout the year, and we have limited storage to hold it until it is needed. And much of peninsular Florida has been artificially drained over the years, so most of its natural wide, shallow storage is no longer […]

Florida Legislature Tackles Comprehensive Water Policy Update

Published: March 20th, 2015

By: Michael D. Minton

Water legislation moving through the Florida Legislature will greatly reshape and modernize water management policies in Florida. Across the state, there are a wide array of issues – too much surface water in some areas, juxtaposed by not enough drinking water for our growing population. And, the water quality issues impacting some springs and estuaries. The […]