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District 3 Commissioner Lumon May


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Commissioner May & Jack Brown with Historic Brownsville Members at Celebrating Brownsville

Lumon May, District 3

2017/18 Vice Chairman

Commissioner Lumon May was first elected to serve as the commissioner for Escambia County District 3 in November 2012, and was appointed chairman from November 2013 through November 2014.  Commissioner May currently serves as vice chairman of the commission, chairman of the Public Safety Coordinating Council and the Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board. He is a member of the Southern Youth Sports Association, Community Action Program Committee, Inc., Juvenile Justice Council and Council on Aging.  

Commissioner May’s parents taught him that he could change the world if he could change his neighborhood. Applying that lesson to life, Commissioner May has served area youth through sports and academics for more than 25 years. He has dedicated his life to improving the lives of others. 

Commissioner May and his wife Tammie have two children, Armoni and LJ.

District 3 Commissioner's Aide: Aretta Green

Play, Learn, Grow Closing Ceremony

 

Fire Rescue continued implementing the free home smoke detector program with 844 units installed

 

The Brownsville Community Center, which houses a gymnasium, auditorium with a seating capacity of more than 1,000 with a stage and sound system, meeting and conference rooms, and a full kitchen, opened on May 24

 

Escambia hosted its first Summer Youth Employment Program to promote career development for ages 16-20, providing job readiness training workshops, eight weeks of on-the-job training and an award ceremony for program completion