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January 2014

USA TODAY: Naples, Florida will be the fastest-growing metro area in the country,......

USA Today: Naples, Fla., will be the fastest-growing metro area in the country, with an economy expanding by 6.3%, the report says. Naples will also add jobs faster than any other metro, the report predicts.

New Project: Corkscrew Shores, Estero, Florida

Corkscrew Shores is a planned development of approximately 670 single family homes over a 722 acre property, including 253 acres of lake, 215 acres of native preserve, and a 13-acre Amenity Center site accommodating club, pool, sports and other recreational amenities for residents of the development.

The initial phases of Corkscrew Shores are currently under construction, and home sales are expected to begin in the early second quarter of 2014.

J.R. Evans Engineering, P.A. secures the first planning approval for 2014!

J.R Evans Engineering, P.A. secures the first planning approval for 2014! The Collier County planning commission voted unanimously Thursday to recommend approval for the Winding Cypress zoning amendment. The JRE team has been working on behalf of Pulte Homes to amend the current zoning to allow for an additional 584 residential units and a new Village Center within the Winding Cypress community. The amendment also includes removal of the golf course use, a change we are seeing more often in Collier County. says Congress out to consider another approach than delaying the 2012 law, known as Bigger-Waters....

Opponents of delaying flood insurance premium increases find solace in new CBO report., which also includes some environmental groups, mitigation firms and advocates for less federal spending, said the report shows that Congress ought to consider another approach than delaying the 2012 law, known as Biggert-Waters, which aims to make the program fiscally sound. - If you are experiencing a Flood Insurance premium increase, please call 239.405.9148 for information on how J.R Evans Engineering, P.A. can help!

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Current BOD

  • Al Diaz, President
  • Derek Bebee, Vice President
  • Kristina Pruyn, Treasurer
  • Molly Hennings, Secretary
  • John Cook, Director
  • Ali Pool, Director
  • Jon White, Director

Message from President

The last year and a half have been one of the most challenging times not only for our members but also for our country and the world in general. Gratefully, most of our members are considered essential and have managed to not only survive but to thrive where others have struggled. I attribute this to the caliber of professionals and businesses that make up CAMMI!

It’s also the reason I consider myself privileged to be associated with CAMMI and the reason I am honored to serve as your President for the 2021-2022 term. Since I last served as President over 20 years ago back in 1999-2000, I have seen CAMMI grow by leaps and bounds. This is all due to the commitment and hard work of the previous Board of Directors and the incredible support that we have received from our Associate Members.

Looking forward I want to assure you that your current Board of Directors will be working hard to continue to provide enjoyable and rewarding Networking and Continuing Education opportunities for all our members.

Please reach out to me or any of our Board Members if we can be of service to you. We always welcome your comments, input and suggestions.

Al Diaz, President

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