TBRPC Launches Its Brand New Government Liaison Program

The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council recently launched its brand-new Government Liaison Program (GLP). This program is a renewed commitment to their member governments to enhance collaboration with their member representatives, the Boards they serve, and their staff. Each Council staff member serves as a liaison to member governments by attending and presenting in-person at city council and board of county commissioner’s meetings, attending community events, and making connections with city and county administrators and their staff.

Creating a hive of information, the Tampa Bay RPC staff travel the six-county region focusing on the specific planning needs of each individual jurisdiction and reporting the information back to the entire staff at the weekly GLP meetings. Staff convenes once a week as a group to specifically discuss and plan for how best we can support their planning efforts. The purpose of this initiative is to provide beneficial resources and services to member governments throughout the six- county region.

TBRPC Liaisons and their Member Governments:

Amy Bidwell

Citrus County, Crystal River, and Hernando County

Cara W. Serra

Largo, Safety Harbor, and St. Petersburg

Kevin Collier-Cundumi

Oldsmar, Pinellas Park, and Temple Terrace

Alana Todd

Bradenton, Dunedin, and Pinellas County

Courtney Wright

Clearwater, Tampa, and Tarpon Springs

Meghan Maraia Blancher

Gulfport, New Port Richey, and St. Pete Beach

Brian Ellis

Hillsborough County, Manatee County, and Seminole

Harry Walsh

Dade City, Pasco County, and Plant City

Sarah Vitale

Madeira Beach, Palmetto, South Pasadena, and Treasure Island

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