Palm Harbor Resident Joins PHCSA Board
Holly Bird will serve as the "county-at-large" member on the Palm Harbor Community Services Agency (PHCSA) Board of Directors. Bird will represent the interests of Pinellas County.
Palm Harbor resident Holly Bird will join the Palm Harbor Community Services Agency (PHCSA) Board of Directors beginning in January.
Bird will serve as the "county-at-large" board member who will represent the interests of Pinellas County. She says she was surprised to learn that she had been nominated.
"I'm very honored that my name was put forward and I'm happy to serve," said Bird, who is a graphic designer.
The PHCSA is a not-for-profit corporation that was created in 1985 to oversee certain public facilities that operate within Palm Harbor's special taxing district. The facilities include the Palm Harbor Library, the East Lake Library and Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation.
The PHCSA Board consists of seven members-
- Two represent the Palm Harbor Library
- Two represent the Greater Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce
- Two represent Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation
- One represents Pinellas County at large
Board members are not paid. Bird will replace Tess Avramidis, who is leaving the board. The announcement was made during the Dec. 19 PHCSA meeting.
In other PHCSA news, Palm Harbor Library Director Gene Coppola is expected to return to his duties Jan. 7, after taking a leave of absence that began Nov. 28.