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James and her mother, Sandra ...
James and her mother, Sandra Powell, FCSWA secretary, had said they hoped to conduct an election in early February.
The commissioners warned James
and the other association officers that elections needed to be held in a timely fashion.
In an interview Monday, Hartsfield said James
appointed him president of FCSWA
on April 30 and then resigned.
On the FCSWA's
updated corporate report with the Florida Division of Corporations
, Hartsfield is listed as president and James
as vice president.
James became the first woman president of the FCSWA at its Jan. 7, 2010 meeting, succeeding Johnny Richards.
Taunya James - FCSWA ...
Taunya James - FCSWA 2nd.Vice President
Gulf Oil Bowout Tragedy
Taunya James, president of the Franklin County Seafood Workers' Association (FCSWA), repeatedly insists dispersant is being applied to the bay daily by helicopters described as black or camouflage in color.
She and other seafood workers claim to be aware of serious local contamination.
"We're out there to work, not take pictures," replied James
Taunya James, seen here ...
Taunya James, seen here manning a booth at the 2009 Oyster Spat Festival, was elected the first woman president of the Seafood Workers Association.
elected first female to head seafood workers
, of Eastpoint, was chosen as the Franklin County Seafood Workers Association
's first woman president at its Jan. 7 meeting, succeeding Johnny Richards.
"We are starting with a new group of officers and a lot of enthusiasm," said James
, a working oysterman with her
husband Joseph for seven years, was previously the treasurer for the FCSWA
A Master Naturalist, she worked for the Apalachicola Riverkeeper for two years and has remained involved with environmental concerns.
believes in education as a tool for protecting and preserving the watershed, estuary, river system, and most importantly Apalachicola Bay area.
has promoted the idea of obtaining seeding oysters for replanting the bay in many different areas, so as too give work to interested seafood workers.
Part of the oyster relaying teams that move oysters to more productive areas during the summer months, James
intends to promote these state-funded shell relays to a greater extent this year if possible.
Please call Taunya
at 387-5982 or Karen at 653-6197 if you can help in any way.
• Taunya James, 34, of ...
• Taunya James, 34, of Apalachicola, is the president of the Franklin County