Rick Scott appoints six to regulatory boards

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On Friday, Gov. Rick Scott released the names of three appointments and three reappointments to a variety of state regulatory boards.

E911 Board

Laurene Anderson, 43, of North Port, is E911 administrator for the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office. She succeeds Charles Freeman for a term ending October 28, 2017.

Lenora Dill Collier, 57, of Okeechobee, is 911 coordinator for St. Lucie County Public Safety and Communications 911. Her reappointment ends November 22, 2017.

Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County

Richard Dodd, 48, of Pensacola, is a regulatory supervisor at Gulf Power Company. He succeeds Leona Bailey for a term ending April 30, 2016.

Kermit “Skip” Housh, 66, of Gulf Breeze, is a retired management consultant. His reappointment ends April 30, 2017.

Columbia County Housing Authority 

James Schnorbus, 67, of Lake City, is a retired criminal investigator for US Customs. He fills a vacant seat for a term ending March 15, 2015.

Michael Ellis, 57, of Lake City, is a retired librarian. His reappointment ends March 15, 2017.

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