June 15, 2002 Regular News Board names Bar Executive Committee Board names Bar Executive Committee Bar Board of Governors members Hank Coxe of Jacksonville, Kelly Overstreet Johnson of Tallahassee, and Jim Lupino of Tavernier have been elected by the board to the Executive Committee for the 2002-03 Bar year.The trio, elected at the board’s May meeting in Jacksonville, join two other board members to be picked by incoming President Tod Aronovitz of Miami and six automatic members.The automatic members are Aronovitz, incoming President-elect Miles McGrane of Coral Gables, incoming YLD President Juliet Roulhac of Miami, incoming Budget Committee Chair Jerald Beer of West Palm Beach, incoming Legislation Committee Chair Jesse Diner of Hollywood, and incoming Communication Committee Chair David Welch of Pompano Beach.As of the Bar News’ deadline, Aronovitz had not made his three appointments to the committee.The Executive Committee is empowered to act for the Board of Governors between its every-other-month meetings.
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The blue truck slid into the path of the green tractor trailer. That vehicle was from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.Police say the investigation continues, and Highway 97 remains closed until further notice.Mounties expect the highway to reopen around 1 a.m. on Saturday.Motorists are advised that there are no detours available, and to plan accordingly.Advertisement A 28 year old Fort Nelson man is dead following a motor vehicle accident near Toad River.Police were notified of a vehicle collision at around 10:30 a.m. on Friday. The incident happened around kilometre 652, five kilometres north of Toad River.Officers located a blue, 2009 Nissan Pickup Truck and a green 1997 Kenworth tractor trailer unit that had collided on the Highway.- Advertisement -The man driving the blue truck had died at the scene as a result of his injuries.Preliminary police investigation determines that the man from Fort Nelson was traveling southbound, when he lost control of his blue truck as he was negotiating a turn.Officers say the roads had been icy.Advertisement