Steering Committee

The project’s Matanzas Basin Steering Committee is composed of diverse local government and private stakeholder representatives in the area. Through a structured collaborative process with the project team, the committee meets quarterly to provide input to help shape planning scenarios, visualizations, and communication products. Throughout the planning process, the committee will pre-test the public workshop formats and techniques. The project team in consultation with the Steering Committee will synthesize social and technical analyses to identify the most important findings to bring to stakeholder groups and the public.

Matanzas Basin Steering Committee Members

Neil Armingeon, Riverkeeper, Matanzas Riverkeeper

Denise Bevan, Senior Planner, City of Palm Coast

Mike Brennan, Stormwater Manager, City of Palm Coast

Jan Brewer, Director – Environmental, St. Johns County

Ed Montgomery, Director of Rural Properties, Rayonier

Doug Davis, Senior Vice President, Fletcher Management Company

Patrick Hamilton, Real Estate Broker, coastal property owner

Paul Haydt, Senior Project Manager, St. Johns River Water Management District

Richard Hilsenbeck, Associate Director of Protection, The Nature Conservancy

Sarah Owen Glenhill, Planning Advocate, Florida Wildlife Federation

Jackie Kramer, Board Member, Friends of the GTM Reserve

Maia McGuire, Extension Agent, Northeast Florida Sea Grant

Margo Moehring, Director of Planning and Development, Northeast Florida Regional Council

Eric Ziecheck, Assistant Manager, Ripple Effect Ecotours

In this video, Steering Committee members share why the Matanzas Basin is a special place, and why it is important to plan for sea level rise.

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