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New round of state appointments from Gov. Ivey

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has announced a series of new appointments to state positions, commissions, and boards.

Gov. Kay Ivey (Governor's Office/Hal Yeager)

In recent weeks, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has announced a series of new appointments to state positions, commissions, and boards.

All appointments are effective immediately.

  • Greg Gregerson joins the Restriction of Youth Access to Tobacco advisory Board.
  • Dr. Jonathan Zeiger becomes a member of the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
  • Ian Crawford joins the Historical Commission.
  • Lexington Mayor Sandra Burroughs joins the Elk River Development Authority.
  • Kimberlin Love becomes a member of Rehab Services.
  • Dr. Craig Christopher to the Medical Licensure Commission.
  • Andrew Weathington is appointed Probate Judge in St. Clair County.
  • Pokey Brimer McClellan joins the state Development Authority.
  • Michelle Hughes and Jerria Martin join the Public Library Service.
  • Teresa Grimes to the Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators.
  • Connie Howington is appointed to the Conecuh County Board of Registrars
  • Lea Ann MacKnally to the Board of Landscape Architects.
  • Sharon Downing joins the Credit Union Administration Board.
  • Shayne Lord and Brock Hill join the Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board.
  • Lydia Pennington, John Cameron, Ira Bates, Krystal Bryan, Kelly Nichols, and LaShonda Kemp all join the Alabama Committee on Credentialing and Career Pathways.
  • Kent Crenshaw joins the Department of Senior Services Advisory Board.

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