Gunster attorney Brian Seymour recently penned a thought piece in the Palm Beach Post regarding the impact of House Bill 7103 on workforce housing. “With the change in Florida’s workforce housing law, now is the time to come together as a Palm Beach County community — government, business, and residents — to fairly and equitably look out for our first responders, teachers, health care workers and others who provide essential services for all of us,” said Seymour in the article.
Seymour co-chairs Gunster’s real property law practice, where he represents clients throughout Florida who need experienced land use and property rights counsel. Since joining Gunster out of law school, Seymour has represented land owners and developers in matters of land use, zoning, comprehensive planning and environmental resource permitting, as well as eminent domain, land use and constitutional property rights litigation. He is active in many local organizations, including the Palm Beach County Business Development Board, Chambers of Commerce, The Economic Council of Palm Beach County, and the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, as well as many political activities. Seymour also served as the vice chair of the Florida Elections Commission and is an active member of Leadership Florida.
Read the full article: Point of View: Collaboration is the only path to workforce housing in Palm Beach County