Councilwoman Morgan Appointed to Serve
The Florida League of Cities has appointed Port St. Lucie Councilwoman Stephanie Morgan to serve on the 2018-2019 Municipal Administration Legislative Policy Committee.
"Municipal officials are the driving force behind the League’s legislative success,” said Florida League of Cities Legislative Director Scott Dudley. “In addition to setting the legislative priorities, the League’s policy committee members help to provide League staff with a better understanding of the real-world implications of proposed legislation.”
Legislative policy committee chairs, vice chairs and members are appointed annually by the League president. Any city official is eligible to serve on a policy committee, and appointments are typically based upon a city official’s support and advocacy of the League’s adopted Legislative Action Agenda, participation at meetings, Legislative Action Day and other legislative-related activities.
The Municipal Administration Committee addresses municipal concerns with building and fire safety codes, code enforcement, elections, emergency management, gaming, homeland security, public meetings, public property management, public records, public safety, and procurement, as well as charter counties and special districts.
Councilwoman Morgan has lived in Port St. Lucie for more than 50 years. She is the owner of All About You Promotional Items and is a Realtor in St. Lucie County. Ms. Morgan has been very active in the community by serving on numerous boards and committees over the years including, Planning & Zoning Commission of St. Lucie County, Citizens Budget Committee of St. Lucie County, Budget Advisory Committee of Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie Chamber of Commerce, Port St. Lucie Business Women, Realtors Association, Boys & Girls Club of St. Lucie County and St. Lucie North Homeowners Association.
“I am honored to have this opportunity to serve and help bring the important issues facing Florida’s municipalities to the attention of our state leaders,” Councilwoman Morgan said.
For more information on the Florida League of Cities’ legislative policy development process, please visit floridaleagueofcities.com/advocacy/policy-committees.