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21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court opening

first_img21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court opening June 1, 2002 Regular News 21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court openingTwenty-one lawyers and judges have applied to replace retiring Justice Major Harding on the Florida Supreme Court. Seven are district court of appeal judges, seven are circuit judges, and seven are practicing attorneys.Applications had to be filed by 5 p.m. May 17, and the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission was scheduled to meet to begin reviewing them on May 23, after this News went to press, and conduct interviews beginning June 5 in Tampa.Those applying were: Second District Court of Appeal Judge Chris Altenbernd, 53, of Tampa; First Circuit Judge Kenneth Bell, 46, of Pensacola; attorney Raoul G. Cantero III, 41, of Miami; attorney Edward Royce Curtis, 61, of Ft. Lauderdale; Second DCA Judge Virginia Maria Hernandez Covington, 45, of Lakeland; 10th Circuit Judge Robert L. Doyel, 56, of Bartow; 18th Circuit Judge O.H. Eaton, 59, of Sanford; Assistant City Attorney William N. Drake, Jr., 56, of St. Petersburg; 11th Circuit Judge Gisela Cardonne Ely, 51, of Miami; Ninth Circuit Judge Robert M. Evans, 48, of Orlando; Fifth DCA Judge Charles M. Harris, 67, of Daytona Beach; First Circuit Judge Terry Michael Jones, 51, of Pensacola; 18th Circuit Court Judge Debra Steinberg Nelson, 48, of Sanford; First District Court of Appeal Judge Ricky L. Polston, 46, of Tallahassee; First DCA Judge Philip J. Padovano, 55, of Tallahassee; Northern Region Capital Collateral Regional Counsel Michael P. Reiter, 54, of Tallahassee; attorney Kenneth Wayne Sukhia of Tallahassee; attorney Albert Tellechea, 51, of Orlando; First DCA Judge Peter D. Webster, 53, of Tallahassee; attorney John Williams, 53, of Tallahassee; and First DCA Judge James Robert Wolf, 51, of Tallahassee.last_img read more

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Atkins to Design Jackets for French Offshore Wind Farm

first_imgAtkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has been appointed to deliver the front end engineering design (FEED) and detailed design of wind turbine jacket substructures for Saint Brieuc offshore wind farm, located off the coast of Northern France.The wind farm is being developed by Ailes Marines, a consortium of Iberdrola, Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and Caisse des dépôts.The scope of work includes the design of 62 jackets for the Siemens Gamesa 8MW turbines.Once operational in 2023, the wind farm will have a total installed capacity of 496 megawatts, capable of generating enough clean energy for 835,000 people.Andy Thompson, Atkins’ director of Offshore Wind, said: “This adds to our growing portfolio of offshore wind projects that provide clean energy and play a crucial part in Europe’s energy mix.“It is important that as we work with an international supply chain, we advance the deployment of cost effective renewable energy technologies.”last_img read more

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