Fred Busack began his career as an associate where he practiced local government law and real property law including: acquisition of private multi-county water and wastewater utilities via creation of a governmental utility authority formed by interlocal agreement; transfer of several water utilities from member local governments in District 7; facilitating initial and renewal of special assessment funding mechanisms for fire, rescue, solid waste and stormwater service programs as well as capital projects; and acting as utility counsel and co-general counsel to the Florida Governmental Utility Authority.
Mr. Busack has acquired property for nearly every type of infrastructure purpose throughout the State and has been involved in the development of numerous intergovernmental and public/private partnerships to accomplish a wide array of public purposes. Over the past several years, in addition to acquiring property for public projects by the use of eminent domain, Mr. Busack has worked to develop cost effective alternatives to eminent domain acquisitions for public works projects ranging from pipeline, wellfield, parking facility, airport and seaport acquisition to road widening and economic development corridors..
Fred Busack is a graduate of Bowling Green State University (B.S., Geology, 1984) and Stetson University College of Law (J.D., 1997, with honors). During law school, Mr. Busack was an articles editor for the Stetson Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Board, a charter member of the Stetson Legal Writing Honor Society and a member of the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity, Cardozo Honors Chapter. He also served an internship with the Pinellas County Attorney, Susan Churuti. Mr. Busack also holds the certification of Port Executive.