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As a former environmental land planner with the Lee County Department of Community Development and Lee County Commissioner (1988-2012) he remains a strong advocate for providing a balance between management of growth and responsible stewardship of our precious natural resources.
During his tenure on the Board of Lee County Commission, Commissioner Judah championed the designation of the 96,000 acre Density Reduction Groundwater Resource Area of Southwest Florida, co-founded the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed Land Trust, and spearheaded the effort to establish the Conservation 2020 program to protect our critical water resources, open space and wildlife habitat. He assumed a leadership role in the efforts to protect the Caloosahatchee and coastal estuaries by advocating for restoration of the historic southern flow-way to the Everglades and responsible management of Lake Okeechobee. He provided key contributions to the expansion of Southwest Florida International Airport and building of infrastructure including a myriad of roads, parks, utilities and libraries, championed the comprehensive Lee County Solid Waste Management Program including the Waste-to-Energy Facility that provides electrical power to over 40,000 homes and Recycling Program that exceeds the State minimum requirement of 30% waste volume reduction. He also served as liaison with federal, state, and local agencies of officials on issues pertaining to natural resource issues and throughout his career he has written articles, commentaries, and spoke on behalf of land and water issues affecting Southwest Florida.
They say you are known by the company you keep.