The Holley Navarre Board of Directors consisting of Will Goulet, Daryl Lynchard and Mark Miller appointed four new board members at Tuesday night’s meeting by straw poll of the members. There were 177 total voters and votes were cast as follows:
Doug Larson (96 votes)*
Joseph Aguirre (93 votes)*
Brett Ramsey (83 votes)*
Shane Kahl (74 votes)*
Michael Kennedy (68 votes)
Fred Terasa (54 votes)
Joseph Genovese (49 votes)
David Stone (44 votes)
Charles Ingram (26 votes)
Elisa Bailey (23 votes)
Tammy Pahal-Morgan (19 votes)
*Appointed to the board. These terms will expire January 2019 and a membership vote will be held.
Today (Tuesday) is the final day to vote in the Holley Navarre Water System straw poll to decide who the current board will choose to fill four vacant board seats.
Mark Miller, the board’s vice president, said that he, Will Goulet and Daryl Lynchard—who are for now the only board members—will name four colleagues promptly on July 17.
“The four people in the straw poll who get the most votes will be appointed,” Miller said. “This couldn’t be more transparent.”
- Joseph “Joe” Aguirre: He has experience as a business development specialist and real estate developer. Community involvement includes NYSA, Take stock in Children, Florida Turfgrass Association, and past chairman of multiple charity efforts.
- Elisa C. Bailey: She has more than 28 years of experience working with Florida water systems; licensed in water, wastewater and backflow control; served as a supervisory control and data acquisition director of water, wastewater and gas systems for the City of Tallahassee.
- Joseph Genovese: an 18-year Dunkin Donut franchisee, four years branch manager for Koorsen Fire and Security, and owner of One Source Home Inspection for 5 years.
- Charles (Buddy) E. Ingram Jr: 40-plus years of experience in water and wastewater plant operations and maintenance. He has trained water board officials, community leaders and employees in all aspects of water/wastewater systems.
- Shane Kahl: owner of Kahl Creations light bar company since 2013 and veteran of seven years in the Air Force. Community involvement includes donating services to disabled veterans and assisting those less fortunate.
- Michael Kennedy: 25 years’ experience in computer software technology, strategic planning and goal execution for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Assists in developing and communicating strategies for the Board of Directors, HNWS, and the Hidden Creek Golf Course.
- Douglas Larson: 10 years as sole proprietor running his screen printing business in Navarre.
- Tammy Pahal-Morgan: Tammy is owner/broker of Remax Properties and a property manager. She is retired from the 1st Special Operations Wing at Hurlburt Field and is a Gulf War veteran.
- Brett Ramsey: 14-year resident of Navarre and graduate of Navarre High School. He holds degrees from Florida State University in Real Estate and Business Administration with a concentration in small business management. Founder and managing member of Ramsey & Walker LLC.
- David R. Stone: Retired fire chief from Ocean City-Wright. Community involvement includes volunteer vet clinic, Eglin AFB; and chairman of the board of Fire Commissioners Holley-Navarre Fire Department.
- Fred N. Terasa: retired Army officer who has also worked for 19 years in higher education. Community involvement includes a stint as chief of staff of the Northwestern State University Demon Regiment.
Straw Poll Rules as per Holley-Navarre Water System:
Starting at 7amJuly 10, 2018 through 4pm July 17, 2018.
1. One vote per member
2. Each member must come to the office and request a “Straw Poll”
form. (no forms will be faxed, emailed or allowed to leave the
3. Member must show photo ID and name must be on billing
4. A Customer Service Representative (CSR) must verify and fill out
the form with the account number and name on the account.
5. Customer must sign the form and give back to the CSR.
6. A CSR must initial the form
7. The customer must put the completed form in the locked box in
8. Barbara and Jason will empty the locked box daily and keep tally.
9. All completed forms are stored in a locked cabinet as they are