TAMPA – The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners has appointed Real Estate and Foreclosure Attorney Wilhelmina Blossom Curtis as the new land use hearing officer on special use permits for the Hillsborough County Land Use Appeals Board. This board hears appeals of decisions and variances from zoning regulations.
Blossom Curtis is a sole practitioner in real estate/ foreclosure mediation, construction and family law principally in the Tampa Bay area. She arrived at her specialties from her family’s three-generation background in construction and real estate. She also credits her father, the late Rev. Marcus Blossom who pastored New Hope Baptist Church, for teaching strict ethics.
She is a former past appointee to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, vice president of the well-known construction and engineering firm Curtoom Companies, Inc. and a past employee in the Eminent Domain section of the Office of State Attorney Bob Butterworth.
Curtis is a graduate of Gibbs Senior High School, Florida State University and Florida Coastal School of Law. She is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force having served throughout Europe.
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