Land Planner Beth Schrantz (nee Edwards) has returned to DMBB as a land planner re-joining our ever growing Land Use and Zoning Department. Beth was with the firm for several years before taking some time off at the end of 2013 to take a position as a planner with the City of Lake Worth. Her time with the City has given Beth some new perspectives on her practice, allowing her to better understand the government's views on our applications. This will help our team and our clients work more efficiently to obtain necessary approvals for their projects.
DMBB attorney Christina Bilenki completed the Badwater Salton Sea Ultra Marathon in San Diego May 5th and 6th, running 81 miles. Christina and her 2 teammates finished in just over 24 hours placing 7th of 19th teams. they were the only all-female team to complete the race. Congratulations Christina!
DMBB is excited to announce that Dwayne Dickerson has recently joined the firm in our Land Use Department.
Dwayne, a 2013 Daily Business Review "Rising Star", joins us as a partner and brings over 10 years experience to our rapidly growing Land Use Department. He adds depth and knowledge to our firm and will help our clients successfully achieve their goals. We are very excited to welcome Dwayne to the DMBB family. We hope that you have the opportunity to meet and work with him soon.
DMBB hosted a fundraiser for Broward County Commissioner Kristen Jacobs, candidate for Florida House of Representatives, District 96 at the home of Cindy and Gary Dunay. Bonnie Miskel has worked closely with Commissioner Jacobs over the years. Commissioner Jacobs was very compliementary of Bonnie and the way she represents her clients and presents her projects when she said "I always find something to like about Bonnie's projects even when I don't like the project". Bonnie is often able to take these projects that the Commision doesn't necessarily like at first, and work to find solutio
DMBB has had a busy few months. We have spent a lot of time designing this new web site. I didn’t realize how much thought went into this effort. I like to think of myself as somewhat ahead of the curve on technical issues, at least for someone of my generation, but I have learned that these things require more than just a touch of a button or two. And, they require a lot of coordination. It is very difficult to get busy attorneys to sit still for anything, let alone a group portrait. If you ever tried to do a family portrait involving small children, try busy attorneys.