A Florida coastal zone management program, once approved and established, will be a cooperative effort of all levels of government and the citizens of Florida. It will establish coastal land and water resource policies, based on realistic goals and objectives, that contribute to the wise use of those resources and protect the options of future generations. It will be a system that is sensitive to criticism, accessible to review and appeal, and flexible enough to reflect changing goals, needs, attitudes and lifestyles. With this approach we can not only treat current problems, but can also avoid future resource use conflicts. PALMM.
The Florida Coastal Zone Management Program : What, Why, How, Who. Tallahassee, Fla.: State of Florida, Dept. of Environmental Regulation, Division of Environmental Programs, Bureau of Coastal Zone Planning. 1977. UNF Digital Commons, https://digitalcommons.unf.edu/coryi/12/
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