Dec 15

Legislative Delegation Meeting Tomorrow and Friday! Hold Our State Senators and Representatives Accountable

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The Legislative Delegation for St Lucie County is meeting tomorrow, and we need ProLife, Tea Party, and Values speakers to let their voices be heard. (The Delegation will also meet in Martin County Friday, December 16. For more info, see: The other side will definitely be crying for more of your tax dollars, continued funding of Planned Parenthood, and more government program. The meeting time and agenda are listed below and includes speakers who have registered. There is an opportunity to register to speak at the end of the scheduled speakers, and citizens from any county can speak. This is an important opportunity to speak to our state senators and representatives about legislation we’d like to see them pass or not pass in the future as well as praise them or hold them accountable for their votes in the past.

If you’d like to speak, you can fill out a card to speak at the delegation meeting tomorrow, and wait your turn. As you can see from the agenda, government speakers will have 5 minutes each. Of course the government speakers will plead with the legislators to not cut their funding. There will likely but not definitely be a lunch between the government speakers and community presentations. There are 26 community presentations schedules at 3 minutes per speaker. You will likely not speak until later in the afternoon, but I suggest you arrive by 2 PM in St Lucie County to make sure you are able to speak.

Thank you for all you do to hold our elected officials accountable,

Pastor Bryan Longworth

From: Paulson, Dustin
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 1:00 PM
Subject: St. Lucie Delegation Meeting Agenda

Please see the attached agenda for next Thursday’s St. Lucie County Delegation meeting. While we cannot guarantee specific time slots, the agenda can serve as a general guide as to when presenters should be ready. It is anticipated that we will break for lunch, likely between the governmental platforms and community presentations, or after the first few community presentations.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call or email me.


Dustin Paulson

Legislative Assistant to Representative Debbie Mayfield

Florida House of Representatives

District: (772) 778-5077

Tallahassee: (850) 488-0952

Thursday, December 16, 2010 – 9:00 A.M.

Indian River State College, Kight Center


Senator JD Alexander

Senator Mike Haridopolos

Senator Joe Negron

Representative Steve Perman

Representative Debbie Mayfield

Representative Gayle Harrell

Representative William Snyder

I. Call to Order

II. Invocation

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Roll Call

V. Recognition of Elected Officials

VI. Election of Chair

VII. Election of Vice Chair

VIII. Local Bill Presentations

1. Fort Pierce Farms Water Control District – Terry Lewis

2. Fort Pierce Inlet – Steven Weaver, Sr.

IX. Governmental Platforms (5 minutes)

3. Dr. Edwin Massey, President – Indian River State College

4. Mayor Robert J. Benton, III – City of Fort Pierce

5. Commissioner Reginald B. Sessions – City of Fort Pierce

6. Dr. Mary Jane Saunders, President – Florida Atlantic University

7. Michael Brillhart, Business Manager  – St. Lucie County

8. Renewable Energy

9. Inmate Medical Treatment Billing

10. SHIP & Transportation Disadvantaged Funding

11. Water Quality

12. Pre-trial Release

13. C-23/C-24 Reservoirs and Storm Water Treatment Areas Project

14. Department of Community Affairs

15. Fort Pierce Farms Water Control District

16. Expenditure and Operational Efficiency Review Team

X. Community Presentations (3 minutes)

17. Debra Magrann – City of Port St. Lucie Public Art Advisory Board

18. Pastor Bryan Longworth – Treasure Coast Tea Party

19. Michael Linn – Resident, Port St. Lucie

20. Marcia Benson – Resident, Stuart

21. Harold “Buzz” Smyth – Consultant

22. Bill Blazak – Marine Industries Association of the Treasure Coast

23. Darrell J. Drummond – Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Inc.

24. Joseph Torre – Ombudsman Program – Department of Elder Affairs

25. Kim Nelson – American Eldercare, Inc.

26. Linda Balogh – Alzheimer’s Association, Southeast Florida Chapter

27. Mary M. Barnes – Alzheimer’s Community Care, Inc.

28. Dr. Lou Benson – Treasure Coast Hospice

29. Kate Priest – Lawnwood Regional Medical Center

30. Victoria Faconti, Manuel Rubio & Marcella Bianco – Tobacco Free Partnership of St. Lucie County

31. Daniel Regis – American Cancer Society

32. Anthony Loupe – Early Learning Coalition of St. Lucie County

33. Sean Boyle – Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County

34. Kathryn Hensley – Children’s Movement of Florida

35. Sylvie Marceau – Kids Connected by Design, Inc. & Healthy Start Coalition of St. Lucie County

36. Jan Swink-Huffert – Children’s Home Society of Florida

37. Lisa von Seelen – PACE Center for Girls, Treasure Coast

38. Judy Cruz – Treasure Coast Food Bank

39. T.A. Wyner – Florida Association of Community Farmers’ Markets & Gold & Treasure Coast Chapter of Slow Food

40. Thomas Morris Adger – Resident, Fort Pierce

41. Karen Hermanspan – Electrolysis Society of Florida

42. Willis McPhee – Resident, Fort Pierce

XI. Public Comment – Sign Up Cards (3 minutes per speaker)

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