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Charlie Wilson

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Flagship-Marina

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Asset Research


Supervisor

Elections Kay Clem


News Director

WTTB


Director

Recovery Inc.


Television Journalist, Television Journalist

Jeffer Mangels Butler & Marmaro LLP


Student Journalist

Stephen F. Austin State University


Affiliations

The Republican Committee of Lower Merion and Narberth

Treasurer


Vero Beach Hotel & Spa

City Councilman


City Council

Member


Operation Clean Sweep and Wilson

Board Member


American Roentgen Ray Society

Founder


Education

Montclair High School


Stephen F. Austin State University


BS Degree

Physical Education

Ohio University


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Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Updated 12/2/2009 at 7:48 p.m.53 comments
Flagship Marina owner meeting with bankruptcy trustee about assets Dec. 11 Updated 12/3/2009 at 5:58 p.m.34 comments


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Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Published 12/2/2009 at 10:27 a.m.53 comments
Flagship Marina owner meeting with bankruptcy trustee about assets Dec. 11 Published 12/3/2009 at 10:12 a.m.34 comments


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MATTHEW RATAJCZAK matthew.ratajczak@scripps.com Vero Beach City Councilman Charlie Wilson, left, talks with his attorney Charles Sullivan Sr., following a hearing in Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek’s courtroom in Vero Beach on Wednesday. The hearing was the result of a civil lawsuit that contends Wilson should lose his seat on the council because he was not legally qualified to run for office earlier this year according to residency requirements. Kanarek is expected to issue a ruling by noon Monday.
MATTHEW RATAJCZAK matthew.ratajczak@scripps.com Vero Beach City Councilman Charlie Wilson, left, talks with his attorney Charles Sullivan Sr., following a hearing in Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek's courtroom in Vero Beach on Wednesday. The hearing was the result of a civil lawsuit that contends Wilson should lose his seat on the council because he was not legally qualified to run for office earlier this year according to residency requirements. VERO BEACH - If Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek decides Monday that City Councilman Charlie Wilson should be removed from office, the remaining council members could begin the process to replace him as early as Tuesday. Wilson remains hopeful Kanarek will rule in his favor and find he did meet the city's residency requirements at the time of the election. Kanarek Wednesday held a hearing on a lawsuit filed by city resident Dian George that contended Wilson did not. Even if the judge rules against him, Wilson could still ask him or an appellate court judge to allow him to stay in office while he wages an appeal. Wilson said it is too early to say whether he would appeal. If Kanarek rules against Wilson, he could order a special election, direct the next highest vote-getter to be appointed, or leave the decision to the process the city has in place to fill vacancies. The last option seems most likely based on comments Kanarek made in court Wednesday that his decision was only to determine whether Wilson had the right to hold office, according to Assistant City Attorney Wayne Coment. Former Mayor Warren Winchester said these appointments were made without seeking applications, but they may be requested this time if Wilson is removed. Councilman Brian Heady, who has asked that discussion of the court's ruling be placed on Tuesday's City Council agenda, said if Wilson is removed from office, he will suggest a two-week process in which people interested in the post submit a one-page synopsis of why they should be selected. Wilson said if the judge rules against him, he can at least say he was able to help get a lot accomplished in the past 30 days, including engaging Florida Power & Light Co. in looking at a possible purchase of the electric system. Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Also in Treasure Coast politics More Our editorial board to meet with FPL exec Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Published 12/2/2009 at 10:27 a.m.53 comments Flagship Marina owner meeting with bankruptcy trustee about assets Dec. 11 Published 12/3/2009 at 10:12 a.m.34 comments


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MATTHEW RATAJCZAK matthew.ratajczak@scripps.com Vero Beach City Councilman Charlie Wilson, left, talks with his attorney Charles Sullivan Sr., following a hearing in Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek’s courtroom in Vero Beach on Wednesday. The hearing was the result of a civil lawsuit that contends Wilson should lose his seat on the council because he was not legally qualified to run for office earlier this year according to residency requirements. Kanarek is expected to issue a ruling by noon Monday.
MATTHEW RATAJCZAK matthew.ratajczak@scripps.com Vero Beach City Councilman Charlie Wilson, left, talks with his attorney Charles Sullivan Sr., following a hearing in Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek's courtroom in Vero Beach on Wednesday. The hearing was the result of a civil lawsuit that contends Wilson should lose his seat on the council because he was not legally qualified to run for office earlier this year according to residency requirements. VERO BEACH - If Circuit Judge Paul Kanarek decides Monday that City Councilman Charlie Wilson should be removed from office, the remaining council members could begin the process to replace him as early as Tuesday. Wilson remains hopeful Kanarek will rule in his favor and find he did meet the city's residency requirements at the time of the election. Kanarek Wednesday held a hearing on a lawsuit filed by city resident Dian George that contended Wilson did not. Even if the judge rules against him, Wilson could still ask him or an appellate court judge to allow him to stay in office while he wages an appeal. Wilson said it is too early to say whether he would appeal. If Kanarek rules against Wilson, he could order a special election, direct the next highest vote-getter to be appointed, or leave the decision to the process the city has in place to fill vacancies. The last option seems most likely based on comments Kanarek made in court Wednesday that his decision was only to determine whether Wilson had the right to hold office, according to Assistant City Attorney Wayne Coment. Former Mayor Warren Winchester said these appointments were made without seeking applications, but they may be requested this time if Wilson is removed. Councilman Brian Heady, who has asked that discussion of the court's ruling be placed on Tuesday's City Council agenda, said if Wilson is removed from office, he will suggest a two-week process in which people interested in the post submit a one-page synopsis of why they should be selected. Wilson said if the judge rules against him, he can at least say he was able to help get a lot accomplished in the past 30 days, including engaging Florida Power & Light Co. in looking at a possible purchase of the electric system. Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Also in Treasure Coast politics More Our editorial board to meet with FPL exec Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Charlie Wilson will find out Monday if he stays on Vero Beach City Council |Video Updated 12/2/2009 at 7:48 p.m.53 comments Flagship Marina owner meeting with bankruptcy trustee about assets Dec. 11 Updated 12/3/2009 at 5:58 p.m.34 comments


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Just thought everyone would like to know, I read on Charlie Wilson's twitter account, @indianrivernew1 that the irrelevant Mr. Wilson has stepped down from the Vero Beach Chamber of Commerce.
30 day Charlie does better behind the scenes because he so disliked. I am waiting for the other shoe to drop in this Wilson move. aybe he wants to take his off key singing on the rode. hat he really needs is a new venue because he is so disliked. He wore out his welcome years ago


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