James Scott’s central tenet is sustainability. He told the Tampa Bay Times editorial board on Monday that his “vision” for St. Petersburg is to build on its reputation as “Florida’s first green city.”
View candidate Scott’s public announcement for St Petersburg City Council District 6.
On Tuesday morning, candidate number eight officially jumped into the race for St. Petersburg’s City Council District 6 seat, which represents parts of the downtown and south side.James Scott, a graduate student and environmental activist, announced his candidacy on the steps of City
James Scott, a 29-year-old graduate student and community organizer, told about a dozen supporters Tuesday on the steps of City Hall that he had done his homework and was ready for City Council. Active in the city’s Sustainability Council and local Sierra Club, Scott said the city needed to
With the entry of environmental activist James Scott, the list of candidates for St. Petersburg City Council District 6 grows to eight. The USFSP graduate student announced his candidacy Tuesday morning on the steps of St. Pete’s City Hall. A December 2014 University of South Florida St.
James Scott has led sustainability and community initiatives in St. Petersburg since his arrival in 2008. A graduate of University of South Florida St. Petersburg’s Environmental Science and Policy program, Scott established the State of Florida’s first student-led clean energy fund,
St. Petersburg recently became the first city in Florida to commit to 100% clean energy; on MidPoint we talk with members of the Suncoast Sierra Club about renewable energy. Emily Gorman and James Scott are co-campaign managers of the Suncoast Sierra Club’s Ready for 100% St. Pete campaign. A
Environmental advocate James Scott intends to enter the race for St. Petersburg City Council District 6. A local sustainability consultant and community organizer, James Scott brings informed and pragmatic leadership to City Council with an aim to strengthen and improve St. Petersburg’s
Student Government doesn’t create campus culture, said SG presidential candidate James Scott. Rather, Scott and his vice presidential running mate April Parsons say SG should provide the services students need to create that culture for themselves. “We should provide the services, and provide