The Board of County Commissioners also sits as the CRA Executive Board. They meet every other Tuesday with a summer break at the end of July until the beginning of September.
District 1 - Rick.LoCastro@colliercountyfl.gov
District 2 - Andy.Solis@colliercountyfl.gov
District 3 - Burt.Saunders@colliercountyfl.gov
District 4 - Penny.Taylor@colliercountyfl.gov
District 5 - Bill.Mcdaniel@colliercountyfl.gov
Dr. Frank Nappo, current CRA chair, born in New Jersey and moved to the Naples area. Dr. Nappo is retired from a distinguished career in education and continues to serve the Immokalee community on several different boards.
Anne Goodnight, current CRA Vice-Chair, born in Alabama and moved to Immokalee in 1955. Ms. Goodnight recently retired from the for the Collier County Sherriff’s department and continues to be a community activist.
Andrea Halman, born in Georgia and moved to Immokalee in 2007. Ms. Halman is a retired social worker with a focus on children and families. Ms. Halman serves both the CRA and MSTU Boards.
Ski Olesky, born in New Eagle, Pennsylvania and moved to Florida in 1967. Mr. Olesky is the owner of the Lake Trafford Marina and Airboats & Alligators, Inc. since 1976 and has been an active community leader serving on various local boards.
Estil Null, born in Corinth, Mississippi and moved to Immokalee in 1960. Mr. Null is the owner of Null’s Notary & Tax Service Inc. Mr. Null has provided these services to the Immokalee community since 1970.
Mark Lemke, born in Detroit, Michigan and moved to Florida in 2000. Mr. Lemke is currently the Health Center Administrator for the Collier County Health Department in Immokalee and has worked for the Florida Department of Health for over 10 years.
Mike Facundo, born in Naples and raised in Immokalee. Mr. Facundo is currently working with Hoffman-Facundo Architects. He recently left Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) where he was employed with them for over 25 years.
Yvar Pierre, born in Naples and raised in Immokalee. Ms. Pierre is a Case Manager with Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board for over eight years.