CLEARWATER – Sue A. Johnson and Duane Schultz, both of whom had no absences in the past year, were reappointed Oct. 3 to three-year terms on the city’s Municipal Code Enforcement Board.
Johnson, who graduated from the University of South Florida and the Institute of Court Management, retired three years ago after 21 years in administrative positions with the Sixth Judicial Circuit and has volunteered with several civic organizations. She lists her other interests as travel, fitness, reading, antiques and sports.
“Having lived in Clearwater since I was 2, I feel a responsibility to give my time and effort toward the improvement of my community,” Johnson wrote on a city form that asked why she wanted to serve another term on the Municipal Code Enforcement Board.
Schultz, who currently chairs that board, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of South Florida. He is a retired defense contractor who has also worked as a congressional aide at the state and national levels. He has previously served on the Municipal Code Enforcement Board of Maitland, Florida, and has volunteered as a guardian ad litem.
“I have the time and a strong interest in keeping Clearwater a great city (in which) to live,” he wrote as his reason for wanting to be reappointed to the board.