District Contact Information
Fort Pierce Farms Water Control District
14666 Orange Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.
Registered agent/registered office is Patricia Kuta Secretary/Treasurer – 14666 Orange Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Supervisor of Works
Steven D. Cassens
Board of Supervisors
Robert Johnson – President – 2560 South Kings Highway, Fort Pierce, FL 34945
Steven D. Cassens – President Pro Tem – P.O. Box 613, Fort Pierce, FL 34954
Philip C. Gates, Jr. – 313 Orange Avenue, Fort Perce, FL 32963
Supervisors may be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com
Supervisor’s terms are three years.
Frank H. Fee, III
Fee, DeRoss and Fee
426 Avenue A, The Poppell House, Fort Pierce, Florida 34950
Phone: 772-461-5020 • Fax: 772-468-8461
Patrick Helms, P.E. • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine Caricchio, P.E. • E-Mail: email@example.com
2090 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, Suite 600, Florida 33409
Phone: 561-684-3375 • Fax: 561-689-8531
The District meets on the second Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m. at the District office. The Annual meeting is held on the second Wednesday in February at 10:00 a.m. at the District office. Copies of the meeting minutes may be obtained by calling the District office at 772-464-0939 or emailing the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Establishing Entity for Fort Pierce Farms Water Control District is the Florida Legislature. Fort Pierce Farms Water Control District was originally created in July 1919 under the provisions of Chapter 298, Florida Statutes, commonly referred to as the General Drainage Law of Florida. For more information and service boundaries of the District, consult the District’s Charter. The District’s Map also is provided for your reference.
The Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees, adopted by the Legislature as Part III of Chapter 112, Florida Statutes, contains standards of ethical conduct and disclosures applicable to public officers, employees, candidates, lobbyists, and others in State and local government, with the exception of judges.
The “Sunshine Amendment,” adopted by Florida voters through a constitutional initiative in 1976 as Article II, Section 8, Florida Constitution, contains standards of ethical conduct and disclosures applicable to public officers and employees; it also requires the Legislature to adopt the code of ethics described above. For more information, please visit the Florida Commission on Ethics website.