The Florida personal injury law firm of Farah & Farah is proud to announce that we are one of six local companies that have offered financial commitments in support of Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown’s drive to create new public-private partnerships in order to make Jacksonville a better place to live and work.
President Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker at the May 11, Jacksonville economic summit in which the mayor called for a new public/private consortium committed to work for the betterment of Jacksonville.
“When I say, ‘One City, one vision,’ I mean just that,” Mayor Brown said at the summit. “We are stronger together, and I am humbled and honored to be mayor of a city where so many businesses, organizations and individuals are willing to put forth resources and personal time to ensure that we continue to move the needle forward on key priorities such as education, veterans services, quality of life and our local economy.”
Support for Mayor Brown goes towards priority policy initiatives to help the city government operate in a more effective, efficient way so that progressive and beneficial policy decisions can be made with the best return on investment for taxpayers in mind.
Farah & Farah made a financial commitment of $200,000 to support the mayor’s priority to revitalize downtown Jacksonville. We are honored to be one of the businesses that has made a Landmark Commitment to make a difference in Jacksonville.