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Gov. Scott Appoints Four to Clay County Development Authority
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced four appointments to the Clay County Development Authority.
Keith R. Ward, 56, of Orange Park, is the president of Thomas May Construction Company. He succeeds Matthew Carlton for a term beginning August 28, 2017 and ending July 1, 2021.
Bruce Butler, Jr., 37, of Green Cove Springs, is a Federal Law Enforcement Officer. He received his bachelor’s degree from Florida A & M University. He succeeds Ernest Dobson for a term beginning August 28, 2017 and ending July 1, 2021.
Tom Morris, 62, of Middleburg, is the executive director of Clay County Utility Authority. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and his master’s degree from the University of North Florida. He succeeds William Randall for a term beginning August 28, 2017 and ending July 1, 2021.
Amy Pope Wells, 46, of Green Cove Springs, is the owner of Link Staffing Services and president of Tire Diva, Inc. She received her associate’s degree from the ACC school of nursing. She fills a vacant seat for a term beginning August 28, 2017 and ending July 1, 2019.
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Editor's Note: Amy Pope-Wells is also a member of Clay County Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Board of Directors as Chair of the Business and Membership Development Advisory Council.