Gov. Bush appoints
5 to District Board
TALLAHASSEE Two real estate
developers, an attorney, an investment
firm owner and an ecologist are the
five new members named by Gov. Jeb
Bush to the Governing Board of the
St. Johns River Water Management
4 District on March 5.
The Florida Senate must confirm
the appointments during the legislative
session, as required by Florida law.
New members are:
Robert "Clay" Albright of East
Lake Weir, a commercial real
estate broker and developer, to
replace Jim Williams. Albright's
term ends March 1, 2003.
William W. Kerr of Melbourne
Beach, president and principal
ecologist of B.K.I., Inc., to replace
Jim Swann. Kerr's term expires
March 1, 2000.
Jeff K. Jennings of Maitland, vice
president of Jack Jennings and
Sons, to replace Griffin Greene.
Jennings' term expires March 1, 2003.
Ometrias Deon Long of Apopka,
an attorney and president of the
Long and Pryor law firm, to
replace Patricia Harden. His term
expires March 1, 2003.
Duane L. Ottenstroer of Jacksonville,
"president of Eventide Investments,
to replace Kathy Chinoy. His term
expires March 1, 2000.
The District's Governing Board is
the head of the agency. Members
serve without pay and set the
District's policies, priorities and
budget, and make permitting decisions.
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