Laura Brady Herrero, ecologist in Johnson Engineering’s environmental market group, has been appointed to sit on the City of Fort Myers Planning Board. The board consists of eleven members, each serving three year terms.
Laura joined the firm in 2000 and serves as director of the firm’s environmental consulting team, whose ecologists have more than 100 years of combined experience. As a certified ecologist, her duties include State and Federal wetland jurisdictional determinations, protected species surveys, habitat and species management plans, coordination and permitting with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), FWS Biological Assessments and Biological Opinions, wetland/listed species mitigation proposals and mitigation monitoring, Environmental Resource Permit and Federal Dredge and Fill applications, as well as follow-through to permit issuance and post-permit compliance. She is also an FWC Authorized Gopher Tortoise Agent, Federal Aviation Administration Qualified Wildlife Biologist, and FWS qualified caracara observer with over 1,600 hours of caracara survey experience and 40 nests found to date.