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The current officeholder is [[Herschel Vinyard]]. He was appointed to this position on January 3, 2011 by [[
The current officeholder is [[Herschel Vinyard]]. He was appointed to this position on January 3, 2011 by [[Governor |Gov.]] [[Rick Scott]] (R).<ref name="appoint">[http://www.dep.state.fl.us/secretary/news/2011/01/0111_01.htm ''Florida Department of Environmental Protection,'' "Governor Rick Scott Names Herschel Vinyard as Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection," January 3, 2011]</ref>
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|Florida Secretary of Environmental Protection|
|Office website:||Official Link|
|Length of term:||Serves at the pleasure of the governor|
|Authority:||Florida Statutes, 20.255|
|Selection Method:||Appointed by governor|
|Assumed office:||January 3, 2011|
|Other Florida Executive Offices|
|Governor•Lieutenant Governor•Secretary of State•Attorney General•Chief Financial Officer•Commissioner of Education•Agriculture Commissioner•Insurance Commissioner•Environmental Protection Secretary•Economic Opportunity Director•Public Service Commission|
The office of secretary of environmental protection is established by state law.
Florida Statutes, 20.255
The head of the Department of Environmental Protection shall be a secretary, who shall be appointed by the Governor, with the concurrence of three or more members of the Cabinet. The secretary shall be confirmed by the Florida Senate. The secretary shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor.
The secretary is appointed by the governor with the approval of three or more members of the governor's cabinet. The secretary is confirmed by the Florida State Senate and serves that the pleasure of the governor.
There are no term limits associated with the office of secretary of environmental protection.
The secretary of environmental protection is the administrative head of the Department of Environmental Protection, which is "responsible for collecting and analyzing information concerning energy resources in this state; for coordinating the energy conservation programs of state agencies; and for coordinating the development, review, and implementation of the state’s energy policy."
- Administrative Services
- Air Resource Management
- Water Resource Management
- Environmental Assessment and Restoration
- Waste Management
- Recreation and Parks
- State Lands
- Office of Chief of Staff
- Office of General Counsel
- Office of Inspector General
- Office of External Affairs
- Office of Legislative Affairs;
- Office of Intergovernmental Programs
- Office of Greenways and Trails
- Office of Emergency Response
In 2012, the secretary received a salary of $140,000.
Department of Environmental Protection
3900 Commonwealth Boulevard M.S. 49
Tallahassee, Florida 32399