RESTORE Act Advisory Committee Members

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RESTORE Act Advisory Committee Members

Board of County Commissioners Chair or Designee School Board Representative Higher Education Institution (College/University)
John Meeks, Vice Chairman
11750 NE 107th Place
Archer, FL 32618
johnmudrick76@yahoo.com
Cell: (352) 222-4442
Home: (352) 486-2762
Term Expires: 3/5/2022
Chris Cowart, Chairman
P.O. Box 43
Cedar Key, FL 32625
cacowart@gmail.com
Cell: (352) 231-3451
Business: (352) 486-2860
Term Expires: 3/5/2022
Dr. Holly McGlashan
15390 NW Hwy 19
Chiefland, FL 32626
mcglashh@cf.edu
Cell: (352) 514-8445
Business: (352) 658-4077 ext. 2103
Term Expires 3/5/2022
Aquaculture Representative Economic Development Representative Tourism Industry Representative

Leslie Sturmer 
P.O. Box 89
Cedar Key, FL 32625
inst@ufl.edu
Cell: (352) 493-8340
Business: (352) 543-5057
Term Expires:  3/5/2022

VACANT Denny Voyles
12631 SW 78th Lane
Cedar Key, FL 32625
davoyles@aol.com
Cell: (352) 339-2034


Term Expires: 3/5/2023

Citizen Representative

Citizen Representative Citizen Representative
Jolie Davis
P.O. Box 6
Cedar Key, FL 32625
joliedavis@bellsouth.net
Cell: (352) 262-2101
Business: (352) 528-0019
Term Expires: 3/5/2023
Kim Wheeler
8450 NE 150th Ave
Williston, FL 32696
kimberly.smart.wheeler@gmail.com
Cell: (239) 464-6837
Home: (352) 529-2651
Term Expires: 3/5/2023
Dr. Richard Streeter 
P.O. Box 979
Inglis, FL 34449
dickjaninglis@gmail.com
Cell: (813) 951-3253

Term Expires: 3/5/2023

The Board of County Commissioners of Levy County created and appointed the Levy County RESTORE Act Advisory Committee, to assist the Board on RESTORE Act issues by reviewing the applications for Direct Component (Pot 1) and Spill Impact Component (Pot 3) RESTORE Act projects, conducting public meetings to obtain citizen input, advising the Board on projects, monitoring Direct Component (Pot 1) and Spill Impact Component (Pot 3) projects that may be approved for funding, and assisting on the development of the Multiyear Implementation Plan (MYIP) and the State Expenditure Plan (SEP) for the County’s use of RESTORE Act funds.  The funding protocol and specific utilization of these funds dictated under the Federal Law and is based in environmental and economic restoration, sustainability, and resilience.