Nassau County Planning Director Adrienne Burke moves on

The County Insider
Office of the Nassau County Manager
March 2, 2020

Nassau County’s Director of Planning & Economic Opportunity, Adrienne Burke, has accepted a new position as a Principal Planner for Miami-Dade County where she will work in long-range planning and historic preservation.

Adrienne has worked for Nassau County since May 2018, first as the Assistant Director and finally as the Director of the PEO Department. During her tenure, she has been actively involved in the community, hosting public outreach sessions to encourage residents to be active in planning for Nassau County’s future.

The Western Nassau Heritage Preservation Committee met monthly with westside residents to establish the Vision Book which will be used to guide future planning. She has held numerous community meetings with the residents of American Beach as they explore methods to provide public water and sewer to the community and implemented zoning regulations to maintain the historic integrity of the community. She has also been actively involved with the County’s Essential Housing Advisory Committee (EHAC) and was successful in updating the County’s Land Development Code to allow mother-in-law dwellings on residential properties containing a primary home.

Friday was Adrienne’s last day of employment with Nassau County and we wish her continued success in her future endeavors.

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Lyn Pannone
Lyn Pannone(@lyn-pannone)
4 years ago

Adrienne, thank you for your contributions to Nassau county. It was a pleasure working with you.

Larry Myers
Larry Myers (@guest_56722)
4 years ago

Adrienne, always impressed with your professional and objective approach to planning.
Thanks for your help with Fernandina Beach & Nassau County. Good Luck in Miami.

Charlie Gressman
Charlie Gressman (@guest_56723)
4 years ago

Thank you for your contributions to Nassau County Adrienne. Wishing you the best in your new job.

Betsie Huben
Betsie Huben(@betsie-huben)
4 years ago

In addition to her other accolades, Adrienne was instrumental in helping to get the Friends of Bosque Bello group up and running. We will miss her joyous spirit and professionalism tremendously but she is on to new adventures and wish her nothing but the best.

Allean. Gilyard
Allean. Gilyard (@guest_56726)
4 years ago

Nassau County has lost a jewel. Adrienne was energetic, professional, and dedicated to her job. We cannot thank her enough for all the time she spent in helping all of Nassau County. We wish her well in her endeavor.