Legislative Delegation Chair Rep. Cord Byrd Announces Nassau Delegation Meeting February 25

Rep. Cord Byrd

 

Media Release
February 5, 2019 11:59 a.m.

YULEE, Fla.– Jan. 29, 2019– State Representative Cord Byrd, Chair of the Nassau County Legislative Delegation, announces the delegation meeting for Monday, February 25, 2019 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Nassau County Commission Chambers. The chambers are located in the James S. Page Governmental Complex at 96135 Nassau Pl., Yulee, Florida.

The purpose of this delegation meeting is to take up two requests for local bills from the City of Fernandina Beach and the Nassau County Commission. Local bill information and procedures are available at http://myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/PublicGuide/PublicGuide.aspxunder the Reference Materials section.

Interested citizens wishing to be placed on the agenda for this public meeting are asked to contact Senator Bean’s office at 904-757-5039, prior to close of business on Tuesday, February 19, 2019.

All materials or handouts for this meeting should be sent to Senator Bean’s office no later than Tuesday, February 19, 2019.  Information can be mailed to 13453 North Main St., Suite 301, Jacksonville, FL 32218 or emailed to Dee Alexander at [email protected]

In accordance with the ADA and Chapter 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons in need of special accommodations to participate in the meeting, including agendas, interpreters or assisted listening devices, should contact Senator Bean’s office at 904-757-5039 no later than February 19, 2019.

For additional information, contact Dee Alexander, Chief Legislative Aide for Senator Bean, at 904-757-5039 or email at [email protected]

All Nassau County Legislative Delegation meetings are open to the public.

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2 Responses to Legislative Delegation Chair Rep. Cord Byrd Announces Nassau Delegation Meeting February 25

  1. George Jones says:

    myfloridahouse.govt doesn’t work

  2. Douglas Adkins says:

    This will be when they take up the proposed local bills to address the defects in the HB 1075 pertaining to the Wildlight Project and whether the county taxpayers will have to pay for the parks and recreational spaces. I continue to be concerned about how this bill allows all the employees of Wildlight to access Florida Retirement Service (FRS) – does this mean they become “public employees” since they are now part of the public employee retirement system and benefiting from this system? I was amazed that the bill also grants them imminent domain powers to control how water is managed on the property and drainage, including water that drains to adjacent lands.

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