Kirby Green, Executive Director of the St. Johns River Water Management District for the last decade, announced today he is moving up his retirement date from early next year to October 1 of this year. See his announcement below.
Purposeful chaos? To what end, governor?
August 29, 2011
The District has accomplished much in restoring the region’s water resources, establishing dependable water supply projects and strategies, and managing the thousands of acres of land that have been entrusted in our care. Each District employee has been integral to the agency’s success, and I am proud of the work that they have done and continue to do for the residents of our District and the water resources that we all depend on.
There is still much work to be done, and I leave confident and comfortable that, with the experience and expertise of the District’s staff, our work will be carried forward and the agency will continue to provide the water resource protections that are so critical to our environment.
I appreciate the District staff’s hard work and dedication, and the public’s support and commitment to our water resources, and I look forward to hearing about the agency’s future successes.
Kirby B. Green III