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Crist appoints newcomers to Public Service Commission

October 1, 2009

CristThe Miami Herald reports: “In a move designed to reshape the embattled Public Service Commission, Gov. Charlie Crist on Thursday named a former newspaper editorial board member and a sheriff’s department finance director to the utility regulators’ panel, ousting two incumbents.”

“Crist appointed David Klement, former editor of the Bradenton Herald’s editorial board, and Benjamin “Steve” Stevens, the chief financial officer for the Escambia County sheriff’s department to serve on the five-member panel. He rejected two commissioners originally appointed by Gov. Jeb Bush who were seeking new four-year terms: Commission Chairman Matthew Carter and Katrina McMurrian.”

Governor names newcomers to Public Service Commission [Miami Herald]

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