Flores, chairwoman of the
All Aboard Florida nearly three years ago began working with the
But in September — mired in legal action related to the bonds and reportedly struggling to court investors — All Aboard Florida revealed it would abandon its financing plan and instead immediately pursue a
In her Feb, 28 letter to
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“I am concerned that the FDFC has informally agreed that it can simply transfer its previous actions and approvals to the new application, without any further consideration of the economic and social impacts of the project it would help fund,” Flores wrote.
Mayfield, chairwoman of the
“I, too, am interested in the role of the FDFC in this new request and would appreciate a response,” Mayfield, a vocal opponent of All Aboard Florida, said in her letter.
Representatives for Mayfield and Flores on Thursday said Spivey had not yet responded.
“It would be improper to speculate on what AAF may or may not ask of the FDFC's Board of Directors and how the board may respond,” Blanton said in the letter.
Casas said the
All Aboard Florida's new financing plan is a critical issue for opponents of the project, including
The counties, in a federal lawsuit initiated two years ago, argue the National Environmental Protection Act was violated when the
But All Aboard Florida in its new bond application promised to spend the
All Aboard Florida has asked the
All Aboard Florida is to begin limited
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