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Statewide Players - Aug. 2007

Amy Keller | 8/1/2007

» Tommy Boroughs, a partner in Holland & Knight’s Orlando office, has been named chairman of the Florida Energy Commission.

» Linda Carrick-Warfield, director of retail sales and leasing at Colliers Arnold in Orlando, has been appointed Florida operations co-chair for the International Council of Shopping Centers.

» John N. Rigsby, Bright House Networks Florida group president, plans to retire at the end of the year.

» Members of Gov. Charlie Crist’s new nine-member Commission on Open Government are: Chairwoman Barbara Petersen, president, First Amendment Foundation; Gerald Bailey, commissioner, Florida Department of Law Enforcement; Bob Butterworth, secretary, Florida Department of Children and Families; John Carassas, Pinellas County judge; Sandy D’Alemberte, special counsel at law firm Hunton & William; state Sen. Paula Dockery; Jeanne Grinstead, deputy managing editor, St. Petersburg Times; Renee Lee, Hillsborough County Attorney; and state Rep. Will Weatherford.

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