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Director

Profile:  Thomas G. Kenny, III, is a life long resident of Martin County.  Tom lives in Hobe Sound with his wife Sandy.  Tom is a Professional Projects Manager and Business Manager.  He is a former County Commissioner and was very involved in the writing and adoption of Martin County’ first Comprehensive Plan.  He led efforts to protect and purchase Martin County’s beaches and has been very active with youth sports activities and served on many boards of Civic Organizations.  He currently is a member of the South Florida Water Resources Advisory Commission.

Work Experience:  Tom’s career includes Civil Engineering, Surveying, Planning and Design.  He has been in executive positions building many Hobe Sound communities including East Ridge, Ridgeway, Cambridge, Heritage Ridge, The Preserve, The Falls at Lost Lake and Lost Lake Golf Club.  He was the Vice President of Stuart Property Holding’s building the Floridian for H. Wayne Huizenga.  Tom currently represents the DiVosta family, Caulkins Citrus Co. and iStar Financial on their Martin County holdings.

Education:  Tom graduated from Indian River Junior College and attended the University of Florida. 
       He was the President of his senior class (1966) at Martin County HS.

MCTA Board Service:  Tom Kenny has served on the Board of the Martin County Taxpayers Association since 1991, taking a hiatus in 2011 and returning in 2012.  He served as President of MCTA c 1996.

Certifications:  Tom is a Certified General Contrator, licensed Real Estate Broker and a  Certified Civil Engineering Technician.

Other Community Service: Tom has also served on the Boards of Martin County Red Cross, YMCA, the Republican Executive Committee, Council on Aging, Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital and Sertoma.  He was a member of the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, Martin County’s Local Planning Agency, co-founder of the Treasure Coast Council of Governments and Loxahatchee Council of Governments.  He is currently the Chair of the Indiantown Community Development District.