The current terms of Brown and Clark will expire in January, but the reappointment means they can stay on the commission until 2023.
A nominating council sent the names of six finalists to Scott last month. Brown, 43, a Tampa attorney, has served on the five-member commission since 2011 and was also reappointed by Scott in 2014. Clark, 50, of Chipley, was appointed to the commission in September 2017 to complete the term of Jimmy Patronis, who was named by Scott to serve as Florida chief financial officer. Clark previously was a deputy secretary at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Public Service Commission members will be paid $132,000 this year.
Reposted with permission from The News Service of Florida