Commissioner Scott Carnahan Reappointed to Gulf Consortium Executive Committee
Commissioner Scott Carnahan has been reappointed to serve on the Gulf Consortium Executive
Committee for 2021 by the elected officers of the committee.
The Gulf Consortium is a public entity created in October 2012 by Inter-local Agreement among
Florida's 23 Gulf Coast counties, from Escambia County in the western panhandle of Florida to
Monroe County on the southern tip of Florida and the United States. It was founded to meet
requirements of the RESTORE Act to develop a State Expenditure Plan for economic and environmental
recovery of the Gulf coast in Florida following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
The Consortium Board of Directors consists of one representative from each county government and
six non- voting Governor appointees.
For more information on the Gulf Coast Consortium visit: https://www.gulfconsortium.org/