Ms. Bloodworth is member of Rogers Towers’ Government & Regulatory Department. Ms. Bloodworth specializes in all aspects of land-use law, including large and small scale development and real estate transactions.  She assists clients with issues relating to annexation, land use and zoning changes, and commercial real estate acquisitions and sales. Her experience involves the representation of landowners and developers to obtain local government approvals for commercial, industrial and residential uses, from special use permits to large-scale developments.  

Ms. Bloodworth’s experience includes large-scale developments approvals and amendments, comprehensive plan amendments, planned unit developments, subdivision plats, annexation agreements, vested rights issues, impact fee agreements, school concurrency agreements, road construction agreements, wetland bank permitting, commercial, industrial and residential real estate acquisition and development, as well as litigation of land use and real property issues.

 

Representative Matters

Education

  • University of West Florida, B.A., magna cum laude, 1994 
  • Florida State University College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1998

Bar Association Memberships

  • The Florida Bar – Environmental and Land Use section

Awards and Distinctions

  • The Best Lawyers in America® (Real Estate Law), 2020

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Adjunct Professor, Flagler College, 2001-2004
  • Betty Griffin House, Board Member, 2004-2005
  • St. Johns Housing Partnership, Board Member, 2003-2005