Tag: Fiorentino Group

Staff ReportsDecember 6, 2021
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The Fiorentino Group announced Thursday Margo Klosterman is joining the team. She will focus on health care issues. Klosterman, who is a principal in the governmental relations and business development firm, will leverage her diverse experience for TFG, representing clients at both the local and federal levels of government. Klosterman joins Fiorentino after an extended stint […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 7, 2018
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With just weeks to go in Anna Brosche‘s Jacksonville City Council presidency, the majority of special committees formed during her year are coming to an end. That rule applies to what is now known as the special committee on the “future of JEA,” a change in name and scope from its original five-person iteration as a group […]

A.G. GancarskiMay 14, 2018
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Duval Democrats are noted for their internal wars, and an excellent current example of such is the House District 13 Democratic donnybrook between Rep. Tracie Davis and Roshanda Jackson, a former district secretary for state Rep. Kim Daniels. The Davis/Jackson contest is one of two major primary votes awaiting some Jacksonville voters, the other being Davis’ political ally, Sen. Audrey […]

Staff ReportsApril 11, 2018
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The next move for former Jacksonville Mayor and University of North Florida President John Delaney was revealed Wednesday. He will work as part of a strategic alliance between Rogers Towers and the Fiorentino Group. The alliance, formed five years ago, includes collaboration on business and government affairs issues; business counsel; higher education issues; complex environmental […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 4, 2018
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Lobbyists for two major players in the utility industry have registered with the City of Jacksonville. Records show Florida Power and Light has engaged Paul Harden, best known locally as the representative for the Jacksonville Jaguars and owner Shad Khan‘s interests. Harden was also pivotal in persuading the Jacksonville City Council to approve a slots referendum in […]

A.G. GancarskiNovember 30, 2017
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Michael Boylan, the President and CEO of Jacksonville’s WJCT Public Broadcasting, filed papers Monday to launch his campaign for City Council. Boylan’s interest in running has been an open secret for some time; he is nearing the end of his tenure at the Jacksonville public broadcasting station. Boylan is running to replace termed-out Republican Matt Schellenberg […]


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