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Gov. Kay Ivey announces new appointments

The appointments are effective immediately.

Gov. Kay Ivey

Governor Kay Ivey announced her latest round of appointments on Wednesday.

Ivey has appointed:

  • Gary Savage to the Craft Training Board.
  • Scott Motes to the Electronic Security Board of Licensure.
  • Joseph Smith, Melinda Shonk, Brandon Wallaxe and Greg Silas to the State 911 Board.
  • Brooks McClendon to the Transportation Infrastructure Bank and the Toll Road, Bridge and Tunnel Authority.
  • Lt. Colonel Bob Horton to AlaVetNet State Coordinator
  • Marie Holliday and David Riley to the Rehab Council.
  • Layla Brown to the Midwifery Board.
  • Joe Taylor to the Manufactured Housing Commission.
  • David Mastin to the Onsite Wastewater Board.
  • Judge Matt Huggins as circuit judge of Limestone County.
  • Bill Partridge to the Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission.
  • Sarah Mims to the Nursing Board.
  • Stephen Winters as district attorney for the First Circuit.
  • Bryan Brookshire to the Dale County Board of Registrars.
  • Liz Filmore to the Industrial Development Authority.
  • Michelle Myrick to the Butler County Board of Registrars.
  • Paige Berry, Morgan Silvers and Nancy Carnley to the Indian Affairs Commission.
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