Malcolm “Mac” McLouth, a Republican candidate for the Port Canaveral Commission District 5 seat, announced Saturday that he has received the endorsement of former U.S. Congressman John Mica.
Port Commission District 5 Candidate Malcolm “Mac” Mclouth has received the endorsement of current District 1 Port Commissioner Jerry Allender in the upcoming 2018 election.
Mac McLouth, a Republican candidate for the Port Canaveral District 5 seat, announced Wednesday that he has received the endorsement of Brevard County Commissioner Jim Barfield.
Port Canaveral Commission candidate Malcolm “Mac” McLouth recently provided an update on Jetty Park and encouraged the Brevard County Commission to approve the purchase of Jetty Park.
Mac McLouth, a Republican candidate for the Port Canaveral District 5 seat, announced on his campaign’s Facebook page that he has received an endorsement from Brevard County Clerk of the Court Scott Ellis.
Port Canaveral District 5 Commission Candidate Mac McLouth explains his action plan to cause millions of gallons of fresh ocean water to flow into the Indian River Lagoon in an effort to reduce the brown algae which is plaguing Brevard’s most precious body of water.
Former Port Canaveral Director/CEO Charles Rowland has endorsed Mac McLouth for the Port Canaveral Commission District 5 seat being contested during the 2018 election.
Port Canaveral Commission District 5 candidate Dave Netterstrom announced he has pulled out of the race and is endorsing Mac McLouth for the seat which includes Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral and Merritt Island.
Mac McLouth, a Republican candidate for Canaveral Port Authority Commission District 5, explained the facts and history concerning 9.6 acres of land at Jetty Park owned by Brevard County which is under negotiation for purchase by the port.
Mac McLouth, a leader in the growth of Port Canaveral, discusses ways that short-sea shipping can increase cargo into the port, lessening interstate road gridlock and other benefits.
Mac McLouth reviews ways that sea water could be introduced into the lagoon through weirs and other means so that flow could be increased which could lead to improved water quality in the Indian River Lagoon.
Dr. Duane De Freese, Executive Director of the Indian River Lagoon Council, and former Port Canaveral Commissioner Mac McLouth provide up-to-date information about the Indian River Lagoon from the Port Canaveral lock gates.
MALCOLM “MAC” MCLOUTH, a driving force of the progress of Port Canaveral since the 1970s, has served as a port commissioner nine times and as the CEO for four years. McLouth, a civil engineer, has devoted a large part of his career to the creation and advancement of Port Canaveral and is now running again for the District 5 seat.
Malcolm “Mac” McLouth, Republican candidate for Port Canaveral District 5, discusses his vision for the future of Port Canaveral, along with the challenges to be faced by the port – one of the region’s most important economic engines.