The Port of Palm Beach announced a staff promotion in the Clerk’s Office today.
As the District Clerk and Records Administrator, Venice Howard provides general administration of the office, serves as clerk to the Board of Commissioners, maintains document archives and databases, performs records retention activities, prepares meeting agendas and briefing materials, files and distributes transactional documents, and fulfills public records and research requests.
Howard previously held the position of Deputy Clerk, and she began her career with the Port in February of last year. Howard now reports to Manuel Almira, Executive Director of the Port of Palm Beach.
About Port of Palm Beach
Located in Riviera Beach, the Port of Palm Beach is a full-service, diversified port, offering cruise and cargo services to more than 30 onsite tenants and users. At 162 acres, the Port’s efficiency is unparalleled, processing more than $7 billion in commodities, 2.5 million tons of cargo, and 700,000 cruise passengers annually. As one of the largest employers in Palm Beach County, the Port of Palm Beach and its tenants employ more than 2,850 people. Through the contribution of more than $185 million in business revenue and $17.5 million in tenant-contributed state and local annual tax revenue, the Port of Palm Beach is one of the largest economic engines in South Florida. For more information, visit www.portofpalmbeach.com.