Leon County Board of County Commissioners
Housing Finance Authority of Leon County

The HFA is a special district that functions to alleviate a shortage of affordable housing and investment capital for residents who meet specific income qualifications. The HFA encourages investment by private enterprise and stimulates construction and rehabilitation of housing through use of public financing and the provision of low-cost loans to purchase affordable housing.

The Board has the sole discretion to alter or change the structure, organization, programs or activities of the HFA, or to terminate the HFA. Additionally, Board approval by resolution is required for bond issuance by the HFA.

The Chairman of the Housing Finance Authority or other HFA member designee, also serves on the Community Development Block Grant Citizens Advisory Task Force.
Sections 159.604 -159.605, Florida Statutes
Chapter 2, Article II, Division 3. Leon County Code of Laws 
Resolution No. 21-24
Decision Making - Dependent Special District
No less than four members shall be knowledgeable in one of the following fields: labor, finance, or commerce.
No member may be an officer or employee of the County.

Members must file a Financial Disclosure Form 1 from the Florida Commission on Ethics within 30 days of being appointed and annually by July 1 thereafter. In addition, when leaving the committee members must file a final Form 1F within 60 days of leaving their public position. The final Form 1F covers the disclosure period between January 1 and your last day of office within that year.

Annual Report to the Board of programs, activities and accomplishments.
7 members appointed by the Board of County Commissioners, with each Commissioner making one appointment.
4-Year(s) Expiring September 30
Maximum Number of Terms: Unlimited
Members may be reappointed per Bylaws amendment dated Aug. 19, 2021.
Vacancies are filled for the remainder of the unexpired term.

A Certification of appointment or reappointment will be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court.  A member holds office until his/her successor has been appointed and has qualified, per Section 159.605 Florida Statutes.
Typically meets the second Thursday of each month, from 12:00 p.m. to 2 p.m., at the Community Room located at 615 Paul Russell Road.

Annual election of officers held in December for the following calendar year.
Mark Hendrickson
The Hendrickson Company
1404 Alban Ave.
Tallahassee, FL
(850) 671-5601
Shington Lamy, DIrector
Leon County Office of Human Services & Community Partnerships
615 Paul Russell Road
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 606-1915

1 Milon, Gail Antoinette 09/22/2009 4 10/01/2021 09/30/2025 4 Year(s) Bill Proctor - District 1
2 Lohbeck, Steven Alan 09/12/2023 1 10/01/2023 09/30/2027 4 Year(s) Christian Caban - District 2
3 Gay, Andrew 09/10/2013 3 10/01/2021 09/30/2025 4 Year(s) John Dailey - District 3
4 Henry, Christic A 09/13/2022 1 09/13/2022 09/30/2024 Unexpired Term Brian Welch - District 4
5 Rogers, Michael John 08/23/2011 4 10/01/2020 09/30/2024 4 Year(s) Kristin Dozier - District 5
6 George, Marnie Law 07/13/2016 2 10/01/2020 09/30/2024 4 Year(s) Mary Ann Lindley - At-Large I
7 Sharkey, Jeffrey B 07/12/2011 4 10/01/2021 09/30/2025 4 Year(s) Nick Maddox - At-Large II