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Legislative Agenda

The Chamber’s Board of Directors, with the assistance of the Government Affairs Committee presents the following 2016 – 2017 Legislative Agenda to inform our members about the issues the Chamber will be monitoring and advocating for in 2016 – 2017. It should be noted that this list is not all inclusive, and may be modified during the period. We encourage you to submit additional information/suggested positions to the Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee for consideration at its quarterly meetings which are open to all members.

10th Street Expansion

Continue to monitor and advocate for the expansion of the 10th Street Corridor which will connect the Sawgrass Expressway to I-95 through expansion of the roadway.

Economic Development

Support legislative policies and actions through our partnership with the Coral Springs Economic Development Advisory Board supporting policies and actions that provide businesses of all sizes the tools and talent they need to increase their competitiveness and stimulate growth while continuing to attract new industries to our city.

Information Update

Work with local leaders to provide a legislative update to our members at an event to be held in June 2017.
Coral Springs Industrial Park – Continue to be a liaison between the City of Coral Springs and the Property Owners’ of Coral Springs Corporate Park Association, Inc.

Providing Increased Opportunities for Growth for Small Business

Small businesses create two out of every three jobs in Florida. In order to help small businesses grow, we support programs such as the American Express Small Business Saturday Program, which encourages shoppers to support small business not only daily but on Small Business Saturday which is November 26, 2016. We also support Florida’s Small Business Development Network, which provides guidance to start-ups and first stage businesses.

City of Coral Springs

Work with City Staff on various issues as they arise to enhance the region and advocate for our member businesses. With our chamber moving into the new city hall in the fall of 2017, we feel that more and more issue will arise as our visibility is at the forefront and the front door of the new city hall.

Contact Your Elected Officials

United States Senate

Marco Rubio
8669 NW 36th Street, #110
Miami, FL 33166

Bill Nelson
413 Clematis Street #210
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

State Senate

Joe Negron, District 25

Kevin J. Rader, District 29

United States House of Representatives

Ted Deutch, District 22
7900 Glades Road, #250
Boca Raton, FL 33434

Lois Frankel, District 21
2500 N. Military Trail, Suite 490
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Alcee L. Hastings, District 20
2701 West Oakland Park Blvd.
Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

Brian Mast, District 18
171 Flagler Ave
Stuart, FL 34994

Florida House of Representatives

Lori Berman, District 90

Bill Hager, District 89

Joseph Abruzzo, District 81

State Officials Florida Cabinet State Officials

Rick Scott
Governor, State of Florida

Ken Detzner
Secretary of State

Jeff Atwater
Chief Financial Officer

Pam Bondi
Attorney General

Adam Putnam
Commissioner of Agriculture


Coral Springs City Commissioners

Mayor Scott Brook
Email: Mayor Brook
Phone: 954-344-5911
Fax: 954-344-1043

Vice Mayor Joy Carter
Email: Commissioner Carter
Phone: 954-344-5911
Fax: 954-344-1043

Commissioner Shawn Cerra
Email: Shawn Cerra
Phone: 954-344-5911
Fax: 954-344-1043

Commissioner Joshua Simmons
Email: Commissioner Simmons
Phone: 954-344-5911
Fax: 954-344-1043

Commissioner Larry Vignola
Email: Commissioner Larry Vignola
Phone: 954-344-5911
Fax: 954-344-1043