Frank Coyle, REA, is highly experienced in urban and regional planning in both the private and public sectors. He has prepared and managed a wide variety of high-quality policy planning and environmental documents achieving an impressive record of accomplishment in successfully managing projects through the entitlement process. Mr. Coyle possesses strong knowledge and understanding of development economics, governing agencies and bureaucratic procedures. He has reviewed and processed various specific plans, environmental impact reports, managed a wide variety of site specific projects through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process, evaluated general plan amendments, zone changes and subdivision requests, prepared and presented reports, and made recommendations to various planning bodies. His thorough knowledge of CEQA and experience with the principles and practices of urban and regional planning, zoning and subdivision concepts makes him a leader in the industry and asset to the FCS team. In December of 2008, Frank was appointed to the City of Redlands Climate Action Task Force by the mayor; the purpose of this group is to identify strategies for the City to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.