Nancy Argenziano, who has served on the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) since May 2007, was unanimously elected PSC Chairman for a two-year term to begin Jan. 2. Prior to her PSC appointment, Argenziano served more than 10 years in the Florida legislature. She was first elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 1996 and served there until her election to the state's Senate in 2002. Argenziano is a member of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. In October Gov. Charlie Crist said he would not reappoint current PSC Chairman Matthew Carter or Commissioner Katrina McMurrian, and he named two new commissioners whose terms are set to begin Jan. 2.
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