Tag: Ritch Workman

Staff ReportsMay 12, 2018
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Former state Rep. Ritch Workman has a new job. The Melbourne Republican recently started as a special projects manager at Palm Bay City Hall, where he is tasked with managing the Brevard County city’s effort to make its facilities more energy efficient. Workman’s new gig was first reported by Rick Neale and Wayne T. Price […]

News Service Of FloridaJanuary 25, 2018
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Former lawmakers and a utility regulator seeking to move into a seat with a longer term failed to make a list of finalists Thursday for an appointment to the Florida Public Service Commission. A state nominating council quickly whittled a list of 17 applicants to four finalists after interviews that included candidates giving short introductions […]

News Service Of FloridaJanuary 19, 2018
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State Sen. Kelli Stargel wants “fitness” for office to be considered as background checks are conducted on 18 people, including some current and former lawmakers, who will be interviewed for an open seat on the Florida Public Service Commission. A Lakeland Republican and chairwoman of the Public Service Commission Nominating Council, Stargel said investigations into […]

Jim RosicaJanuary 10, 2018
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A state nominating panel has set Jan. 18 for picking the “most qualified” applicants to fill a vacancy on the Florida Public Service Commission.  Then, on Jan. 25, the Public Service Commission Nominating Council will do interviews, and make a final selection. Gov. Rick Scott had picked former Rep. Ritch Workman to replace Ronald Brisé on the panel, which regulates […]

Jim RosicaJanuary 4, 2018
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Rich Glorioso, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel who served in the House 2004-12, has again thrown in his hat to be considered for a seat on the Florida Public Service Commission. Glorioso’s was one of two initial applications for a vacancy created by the withdrawal of former Rep. Ritch Workman. The applications were released Wednesday by the Public […]

Peter SchorschJanuary 3, 2018
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Ronald A. Brisé, the former state utility regulator denied a third term by Gov. Rick Scott, now is joining the Gunster law firm as a government affairs consultant. The news was shared first with Florida Politics. Brisé will join his former Public Service Commission (PSC) colleague Lila Jaber, now Gunster’s Regional Managing Shareholder. He will be based in the Tallahassee and […]

News Service Of FloridaDecember 31, 2017
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Scandal, storms and sniping were the hallmarks of 2017 in Florida, where political squalls and natural disasters created havoc in the Capitol and sent tremors through the Sunshine State. The resignations of not one, not two, but three state senators, the impacts of hurricanes Irma and Maria and infighting among Republican lawmakers were just some […]


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