The Daytona Beach News-Journal published an article highlighting the “Live Local Act,” which Gunster Government Affairs Consultant Trey Price discussed with the Volusia County Tiger Bay Club last month.

The Act, which took effect on July 1, supports affordable housing policies in Florida.

“Many Florida jobs are tied to agriculture and tourism, and the pay in those industries is low for most employees. Those low-wage jobs, coupled with Florida’s population growth, have helped create a dearth of affordable housing … That’s the purpose of the Live Local Act, to help employees live near their place of work,” Price observes.

Gunster Consultant Trey Price

Trey Price works from Gunster’s Tallahassee office as part of our Government Affairs team. He provides his statewide network to clients navigating through and beyond the myriad of complex issues associated with affordable housing, real estate, appropriations, government financing, and state and federal tax matters. Passionate about Florida’s legislative process since the very beginning of his career, Trey is at his best when helping individuals, businesses and other organizations navigate the legislative and state government process, get their projects funded and executed, and shape policy that drives the state’s advancement of statewide, domestic and international commerce.


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