Title: Letter from The Florida Chamber to Harry Johnston re appointment of Chuck Littlejohn and Terry Lewis to the EESC. July 3, 1986. 2p.
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Title: Letter from The Florida Chamber to Harry Johnston re appointment of Chuck Littlejohn and Terry Lewis to the EESC. July 3, 1986. 2p.
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Letter to Sener cJhnston
July 3, 1986
Page Two






As always, we appreciate your help and concern.

Sincerely,




Stephen W. Metz
General Counsel
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THE
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CHAMBER

July 3, 1986



The Honorable Harry Johnston
Senate President
409-C, The Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32301

RE: APPOINTMENT OF CHUCK LITTLEJOHN AND TERRY LEWIS TO THE
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFICIENCY STUDY COMMISSION

Dear SenajLr L..ston:

The Florida Chamber of Commerce is pleased to submit the
names of Chuck Littlejohn and Terry Lewis for your
consideration of their appointment to the Environmental
Efficiency Study Commission.

CS/CS for SB 432 establishes the Environmental Efficiency
Study Commission and provides for 15 members. Five of those
members are appointed by the Governor.

The Florida Chamber of Commerce worked quite hard in the
1986 Session to convince our legislators that such a study
commission was needed. The business community has at times
been extremely frustrated with time delays and additional
expenses associated with overlapping and duplicative
environmental regulations. The Chamber has a long and proud
history of supporting stringent environmental laws.
However, we also firmly believe there should be a detailed
inquiry and study on the duplication issue.

Mr. Littlejohn and Mr. Lewis would be excellent choices.
These gentlemen have extensive knowledge of the permitting
regulations in Florida, as well as day to day experiences
with local and state environmental agencies.

We respectfully encourage you to appoint Mr. Littlejohn and
Mr. Lewis.

Finally, we would strongly urge you to appoint a majority of
regulated interests to the Commission. Since the prime and
sole mission of the Commission is to study the duplication
and efficiency of environmental regulation, it would be
logical and productive to appoint business people whose
business activities are regulated by the environmental
agencies.




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