Scott Appoints New Governor's Board
TALLAHASSEE - The State Board of Governors is undergoing a big change.
Governor Scott appointed five new members yesterday to the board that oversees Florida's university system.
All five are from South or Southwest Florida.
They include "Wayne" Huizenga junior, son of the former Miami Dolphins owner and Palm Beach Gardens lawyer Wendy Link.
Three are from Naples: hospital chain executive Alan Levin, retired IBM executive Ned Lautenbach and finance company partner Edward Morton.
They can begin serving immediately although their appointments must be confirmed by the Florida Senate.
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