Search Member Directory
In The News
from Member News

On Friday, April 3rd, 10am-2pm, each Daily's Dash location will provide 100 free care packages to assist customers adversely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis

from Member News

The ECHL and Professional Hockey Players‟ Association (PHPA) have announced the development of a relief fund to assist ECHL players and their families

from Member News

We wanted to share what CGC Water Treatment is doing in response to the Covid-19 virus internally to keep our employees healthy

Baptist Heliport

Mayor to appoint seven to JEA Board of Directors

Legislation to be Filed with City Council on Feb. 12

Published Tuesday, February 11, 2020

 

Mayor Lenny Curry will file legislation with the Jacksonville City Council on Wednesday to appoint seven business and community leaders to the JEA Board of Directors.

 

“These past few weeks I have held numerous conversations with local business & community leaders, elected officials, and City Council members about our municipal utility and the JEA Board of Directors,” said Mayor Curry. “I am grateful for these seven well-respected and community-minded leaders who have answered the call to serve the people of our city on the JEA board. I am confident that they are up to the task of rebuilding public trust and strengthening the future of this vital and valued community asset. My team and I look forward to working with City Council throughout the appointment process.”

 

The seven appointees are:

  • John D. Baker, II, executive chairman & CEO, FRP Holdings, Inc.
  • Joseph P. DiSalvo, lieutenant general, U.S. Army (ret.)
  • Dr. A. Zachary Faison, Jr., president & CEO, Edward Waters College
  • Dr. Leon L. Haley, Jr., CEO, UF Health Jacksonville
  • Marty Lanahan, executive vice president & regional president, Iberia Bank
  • Robert “Bobby” L. Stein, president, The Regency Group
  • Tom VanOsdol, senior vice president, Ascension Healthcare & ministry market executive, Ascension Florida

 

The appointment legislation will be introduced at the Feb. 25 meeting of City Council. JEA board members are appointed by the mayor and must be confirmed by City Council.

 

About the City of Jacksonville

The City of Jacksonville is the largest city by land mass in the contiguous United States, serving approximately 900,000 residents. Located in Duval County, City of Jacksonville leadership includes the mayor and a 19-member City Council. To learn more about the City of Jacksonville, visit COJ.net.

 

 

CONTACT:

Nikki Kimbleton
(904) 255-5020
NKimbleton@coj.net