8383 Seminole Boulevard
Seminole, FL 33772
222 The Capitol
402 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
each legislative session, different organizations and government
entities invite legislators to their events for an update on what
occurred during the previous legislative session. Here are a few photos
from some of the events I participated in over the summer, since
returning from Tallahassee.
Chamber of Commerce - Legislative Breakfast
Antelope Club Meeting - Legislative Update
of Clearwater Council Meeting - Legislative Update
|2018 Committee Assignments
Higher Education Appropriations
Careers & Competition
Public Integrity &
This Monday we celebrate
the hard-working individuals that have helped shape our great country.
The Labor Day holiday was first observed nationally in 1894. Each year
since, we take this time to reflect on the history of the workers
movement across America, and within our own lives. For those of us who
are employed, we should be thankful for our blessings and keep in mind
all those who are unemployed, underemployed, and searching for new
opportunities. I am thankful to be your State Representative and am
fortune to have a helping hand in ensuring that Florida continues to
grow jobs, and bring high wage paying jobs to our state and local
As we celebrate
throughout the weekend with BBQ's, shopping, and enjoying the company
of friends and family, let's remember our historical workforce journey,
including the many skills and various types of labor working all around
us today, and everyday.
Attending a groundbreaking for the new
Habitat for Humanity homes in Clearwater.
Mayor of Clearwater, George Cretekos, Myself,
and Mike Sutton, CEO of Habitat for Humanity Pinellas.
Veterans Pinning Ceremony at Brookdale
Pinecrest. Honored to meet with Veterans and spouses of Veterans.
Participating on a legislative panel for the
Florida Association of Career and Technical Education
Attending a meeting with McGraw-Hill
Education to learn more about their innovative solutions in
Speaker is Representative Ahern
the miniature train)
Central Park Drive
regular basis, I meet with constituents, business owners, local
organizations, state agency heads, and other elected officials to learn
about their concerns and ideas for the State of Florida. Here are a few
photos with folks who visited the district office.
- Hanna Jines and her mother requested a meeting to discuss important
issues such as suicide prevention.
hero, Travis Jones was one of the Good Samaritans of the stabbing at
the Seminole Publix on August 6th.
with members of the Agency for Health Care Administration
The 2018 Legislative Session is
scheduled to begin on January 9, 2018. We will prepare for the Sesson
by attending multiple Committee weeks prior to convening for Session.
For your convenience, I have listed the Committee week schedule below.