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updated April 22, 2014


The Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council (TCRPC) announces a vacancy in the office of Council Attorney. TCRPC has prepared a Request For Qualifications (RFQ) document to be utilized in the submission of applications for Council Attorney. The Council Attorney serves at the pleasure of TCRPC as an independent contractor and is not an employee of TCRPC. Responses to the RFQ must be filed with TCRPC prior to 2:00 p.m. local Florida time on May 1, 2015. The form of RFQ can be obtained from TCRPC by making a request by phone (772) 221-4060, email,, or visiting the TCRPC web site Click here for a copy of this notice.     Click here for a copy of the RFQ.

Michael Busha, Executive Director
Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
421 SW Camden Avenue
Stuart, Florida 39494
(772) 221-4060



Services: Council Attorney Services
RFQ #01-2015

QUESTION: The question was asked, “Please advise if it is a requirement of the RFP for the Council Attorney that the winning attorney/firm have an office within the Treasure Coast RPC region?”

ANSWER: In the RFQ under Requested Information one of the items of information requested is:

“Specify intended office location in TCRPC’s region and accessibility to the Council’s needs.”

It was not intended that an attorney/firm would automatically be disqualified from consideration if the attorney/firm will not have an office location in the TCRPC region, however, the office location of the attorney/firm is a factor that the Council can take into consideration.

Michael J. Busha, Executive Director
Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
421 SW Camden Ave., Stuart, FL. 34994
(772) 221-4060    



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