Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier Elected President of FRCA

Monday, August 23, 2021 | 

Sent on behalf of the Florida Regional Councils Association:

Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier Elected President of FRCA

The Florida Regional Councils Association (FRCA) is the statewide organization representing the ten (10) Regional Planning Councils around the state.  Its mission is to ensure productive relationships and promote regional collaboration among the alliance of regional planning councils.  FRCA is governed by a Policy Board which oversees the business of the Association including development of legislative agendas, sharing of best practices, and resolving statewide issues related to regional planning councils.  During its recent meeting, the FRCA Policy Board members elected Leon County Commissioner and Apalachee Regional Planning Council Chair, Kristin Dozier to the office of President.

“I am eager to work with our member Planning Councils from across the state to collaborate and share regional best practices,” Commissioner Dozier said. “I’ve been working hard to promote economic growth and improve the quality of life within our region and look forward to sharing those ideas and ultimately strengthen our member Planning Councils throughout the state.”

“FRCA is fortunate to have a dedicated public servant like Commissioner Dozier,” said Ron Book, Executive Director. “She will be a critical partner in our work to enhance regional prosperity.”

Commissioner Dozier has served as a member of the Policy Board since 2017 and her one-year term as President will begin on October 1, 2021.

For more information, contact FRCA Statewide Coordinator, Denise Imbler at 850-509-4320 / dimbler@arpc.org.