Fort Lauderdale plans a series of meetings for residents to discuss the future of development with city officials. The city calls the program the Neighborhood Development Criteria Revisions initiative. Planner Jenni Morejon said it will take a broad look at issues that affect neighborhoods and quality of life, including police, public safety, transportation, parks, green space, infrastructure, the economy, housing, government relations and marine activities.
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