Anderson Elected To Florida Counties Board of Directors

By  //  July 9, 2013

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Will represent Brevard, Indian River Counties

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – District 5 County Commissioner Andy Anderson was elected to the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) Board of Directors at its annual conference held last month.

Due to the redrawing of the Florida Senate districts in 2012, all 40 board seats were up for election this year. Anderson represents District 16, which includes Brevard and Indian River Counties.

Andy Anderson

Andy Anderson

FAC is the only association representing Florida’s counties by bringing together the collective experience and knowledge of 377 county commissioners and supported by thousands of county professional staff.

FAC provides the cohesive platform that enables county officials and staff to speak with a unified voice on behalf of all Floridians.

“I am happy to help the FAC continue its mission to help counties effectively serve and represent Floridians by strengthening and preserving county home rule through advocacy, education and collaboration,” Anderson said.

“I am happy to help the FAC continue its mission to help counties effectively serve and represent Floridians by strengthening and preserving county home rule through advocacy, education and collaboration,”

Under FAC bylaws, following a Florida Senate redistricting, a special election will be held and one director will be elected from each Senate district.

For 2013-14, even-numbered districts such as Anderson’s will serve a one-year term.

In 2014, the even-numbered district directors will then be elected for a traditional two-year term.

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