Maggy Hurchalla presents Reno Award: ‘Always do right. It will gratify a few and astonish the rest.’

From Maggy Reno Hurchalla, a 20-year Martin County Commissioner, an active member of numerous Governor Commissions on the Everglades, water and planning, a lifelong advocate for wetlands preservation, and a winner of national, state and local environmental and conservation awards. Here is her presentation of the Janet Reno Endowment Women’s Leadership Award, May 21, 2018 in Washington, DC: … Click here to read more

Must-read: ‘Only in Florida: Battle over water, free speech pits billionaire vs. activist’

From The Tampa Bay Times: “This is a story about free speech, government secrecy and a fight over tens of millions in taxpayer funds. The players include a billionaire who once had a hit man kill his horse, two politicians charged with breaking the Sunshine Law and former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno’s sister … Click here to read more

CNN: Janet Reno, first female US attorney general, dies at 78

“Janet Reno, former US attorney general under President Bill Clinton, died Monday morning following a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, her sister Maggy Hurchalla [nationally known environmentalist and five-time Martin County Commissioner] said. Reno was 78. The nation’s first-ever female attorney general, … Click here to read more

Video: Former Martin County commissioner on ‘The Simpsons’

A familiar Martin County voice was heard during a recent episode of “The Simpsons.” Maggy Hurchalla, the former county commissioner and an environmentalist, co-starred with her sister Janet Reno to play the former U.S. Attorney General, reports TCPalm. A video clip is available on next page … Click here to read more