The Florida League of Cities, the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments, announced that Nikki Day, Esq. of Bryant Miller Olive P.A. (BMO) was recently appointed to serve on the Florida League of Cities 2020-2021 Land Use and Economic Development legislative policy committee. Day has been appointed to the legislative policy committee every year since 2013.
Legislative policy committee chairs, vice-chairs and members are appointed annually by the League’s president. Florida League of Cities President Tony Ortiz, commissioner for the City of Orlando, made the appointments for this term.
As a legislative policy committee member, Day will help develop the League’s Legislative Action Agenda, which details priority issues that are most likely to affect daily municipal governance and local decision-making during the upcoming legislative session, as well as help League staff understand the real-world implications of proposed legislation and are asked to serve as advocates throughout the legislative process.
“I am proud to continue my commitment to Florida League of Cities and serve on the land use and economic development legislative policy committee,” said Day. “With seven years of serving on Florida League of Cities legislative policy committee, and my experience in BMO’s State & Local Government practice group, I am looking forward to working with a remarkable group of committee members to address policies specific to municipal concerns with land use and economic development.”
Working out of BMO’s Tampa office, Day is the co-chair of BMO’s litigation practice group and is also a member of BMO’s State & Local Government practice group, where her primary practice includes representing city, county, and state governmental entities in all manner of legal matters, including corporate governance, public finance, and complex litigation. Day is board certified by The Florida Bar in City, County & Local Government Law and serves as Special Counsel to local governments throughout the state.
For a complete list of committee members, as well as more information on each committee and the League’s legislative policy development process, visit flcities.com/advocacy-pages/resources-tools/policy-committees.
About Bryant Miller Olive P.A.
With a distinguished 50-year history of serving its clients’ needs, Bryant Miller Olive represents governments, businesses and agencies in legal matters relating to public finance, real estate, state and local government law, complex transactions, project finance, litigation, and labor and employment. Firm attorneys are often called upon to handle some of the most complex legal issues in the boardroom and in the courtroom. The firm has offices in Tampa, Tallahassee, Orlando, Miami, Jacksonville, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit http://www.bmolaw.com.
About Florida League of Cities
Founded in 1922, the Florida League of Cities is the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments. Its goals are to promote local self-government and serve the needs of Florida’s cities, which are formed and governed by their citizens. The League believes in “Local Voices Making Local Choices,” which focuses on the impact citizens and city leaders have in improving Florida’s communities. For more information, visit flcities.com.