Developers have since 2011 been able to obtain extensions of the expiration dates of certain environmental permits and development orders under the “State Emergency Management Act,” Sections 252.31-252.60, Florida Statutes, whenever the governor declares a state of emergency under the act. Using executive orders, Gov. Rick Scott has issued many such declarations since then. Collectively, these gubernatorial declarations have created opportunities to obtain multiple extensions that can piggyback on each other. There is no filing fee for requesting an extension—it just takes a letter.
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