Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program

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Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program abbreviated as ELAPP is a taxpayer funded land acquisition and conservation strategy in Hillsborough County, Florida. The program began in January 1987 when the Hillsborough County Commissioners approved ordinance with $21 million in acquisition funding over four years. In 1990 voters approved a 20-year bond issuance for additional land purchases. Again in November 2008 another bond program was approved by voters for up to $200 million.[1] In the 20 years up to 2008, more than 50 land purchases had been made including several in the Hillsborough River watershed. Approximately $200 million had been spent with an estimated 38 percent coming from outside sources.[2]

Land acquisitionsEdit

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  1. ^ ELAPP Resources publications Hillsborough County
  2. ^ ELAPP plays key role in protecting natural resources in Hillsborough County issues in 2008 Hillsborough Planning Commission

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