Lemon, Floyd, Key reelected to DOT board

[private]Legislators on Tuesday unanimously reelected Dana Lemon, Johnny Floyd, and Stacey Key to new five-year terms on the State Transportation Board, which sets policy for the Department of Transportation.

Lemon, who represents Congressional District 13, was the first woman ever elected to the board and is now one of its longest-serving members at 15 years. She is a funeral-home owner from McDonough.

Floyd was a legislator from Crisp County for 19 years before he was elected to the board in 2008. He is the president of timber and realty companies and represents Congressional District 2.

Stacey Key was first elected to the board in 2013 and represents Congressional District 5. She is president of the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC).

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