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District 3 County Commissioner Trudie Infantini

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All Aboard Florida (AAF) is a concern for many Brevard County residents. I have been vocal with my concerns about the rail project and placed a resolution opposing taxpayer funding on the County Commission agenda. My fellow commissioners failed to support my resolution and the concerns of our constituents. My Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) resolutions are on the October 9, 2014 TPO agenda. I am also requesting a resolution be drafted opposing adding AAF as a third party beneficiary to the Florida East Coast Railways grade crossing agreements with Brevard County and all municipalities. My resolutions are posted here:

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Trudie Infantini

Trudie Infantini was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She earned her Bachelor's in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from Florida International University. Trudie became a Certified Public Accountant and earned a Master’s degree in Accounting from Florida Atlantic University.

District 3 Commissioner Trudie Infantini

Ph: (321) 952-6300
Fax: (321) 952-6340
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District 3 Office Location:

1311 E. New Haven Avenue
Melbourne, Florida 32901

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