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Former PSC lawyer goes back to the legislature

by Dara Kam | November 23rd, 2009

The Public Service Commission’s former general counsel Booter Imhof, who resigned after less than a year on the job during the fray over a proposed $1.2 billion Florida Power & Light Co. rate hike, is now heading a Senate committee dealing with other regulated businesses.

Imhof will take over as staff director for the Senate Regulated Industries Committee on Jan. 1, according to an e-mail distributed in the Senate this morning.

Imhof’s a familiar face in both chambers – he served in the same role in both the House and Senate committees.

Utility regulators are expected to make a decision on Imhof’s replacement soon.

At the top of the list: Curt Kiser, a long-time Republican who once served in the state Senate and who sat on the Public Service Commission Nominating Council for 17 years; Mike Twomey, a former PSC lawyer who later lobbied for AARP; and Bonnie Davis, a Tallahassee lawyer who represents utilities.

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2 Responses to “Former PSC lawyer goes back to the legislature”

  1. Dead weight Says:

    When is the PSC going to fire Larry Harris???

  2. Bob Says:

    Ive heard about that twomey guy. He’s another one who pretends to represent consumers but is really in bed with big business. i think it was something about natural gas and phone rates. We want someone who is a true advocate.

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