Mark P. Barnebey has authored and published articles such as "Zoning Disclosure Ordinances," Florida Bar Journal (October, 1992). He co-authored, "Quasi-Judicial Land Use Hearings: Does Your Evidence Pass Muster?" Florida Bar Journal (March, 1995), "Community Approaches to Impact Fees," in Development Impact Fees, ed. by Arthur C. Nelson, Planners Press (Washington, 1988). He has lectured on topics of land use law, regulatory takings, property rights, quasi-judicial hearings, concurrency, impact fees, vested rights and non-conforming uses at various Florida Bar, Florida Chambers of Commerce, American Planning Association and Florida Planning and Zoning Association seminars and conferences. Mark has lectured on land use law at Florida Bar City, County and Local Government Law Certification Review Course for 15 years. Mark is Past Chair and current Executive Board Member of the City, County and Local Government Law Section of the Florida Bar. He is also Past State President of the Florida Planning and Zoning Association and two time Gulf Coast Chapter President for the Florida Planning and Zoning Association. Mark has received several awards and recognitions for service to the Florida Bar, including the Paul S. Buchman Award for service to the City, County and Local Government Law Section and the Community Service Award by the Manatee County Bar Association. He is also a recent recipient of the George W. Simons, Jr. Award from the Florida Planning and Zoning Association, Inc. for outstanding contributions to planning and zoning in the State of Florida, and the 2012 Ralph A. Marsicano Award by The Florida Bar.
Board Certified, City, County and Local Government Law, The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education