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RMA Testimonial: City of Fort Lauderdale, FL

March 10th, 2013

As a Commissioner for the City of Fort Lauderdale, I worked for 20 years with many addressing quality of life issues and bringing change. In that capacity I met and worked with a number of professionals. None were more proficient in bringing that change to life than the association with members of RMA. Many properties were improved and investment made in areas that for years, had neither. The CRA has been and now is, an economic engine for redevelopment in this boundary. CRA’s require expertise different than other forms of government, RMA has that!”

– Carlton Moore (1954-2014), Former City Commissioner, City of Fort Lauderdale

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