Governor Rick Scott Appoints Herbert ‘Will’ Montoya to Environmental Regulation Commission
Aug 26, 2011
Governor Rick Scott today announced the appointment of Herbert “Will” Montoya to the Environmental Regulation Commission for the lay member seat.
Montoya, 49, of Ponte Vedra, is the owner of Montoya & Associates LLC. He succeeds John Miklos and is appointed for a term beginning August 26, 2011 and ending July 1, 2015.
The appointment is subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate.
About the Environmental Regulation Commission
The Environmental Regulation Commission is a non-salaried, seven-member board selected by the Governor. The board sets standards and rules that protect Floridians and the environment based on scientific and technical validity, economic impacts, and risks and benefits to the public and Florida’s natural resources.
The Commission often addresses the issues of air pollution, water quality and waste management.