Dave Sellergren hangs up his jersey as chair of the Land Use Subcommittee….

October 18, 2010 at 9:08 am

Dave Sellergren, Fredrikson & Byron, has played the role of smart policy analyst and wise advisor to a succession of chapter presidents and public policy committee chairs.  According to one past president, “Dave was able to take complex legislative language, think it through, eliminate the junk, and fluff, and tell us how it might affect us in the commercial real estate development industry.”

….while Brian McCool and Greg Munson step up to fill the big shoes he left behind.

Brian McCool,  Fredrikson & Byron, is particularly concerned about what he describes as the unpredictable “fallout” from the state’s fiscal crisis, which would have an impact on land use.   “We can expect a variety of new or increased regulatory costs, like impact fees, storm water fees, the costs of new infrastructure, as well as new approaches to ‘smart growth’ to be imposed directly on developers and their projects.” 

According to Greg Munson, McGough Development, continuing issues must be monitored closely—particularly the planning of infrastructure by the Met council and new sources and levels of transportation funding, “because of the close way in which transportation and land use are intertwined.”

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