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Kyle Baltuch Appointed as Vice President of Development for Florida TaxWatch

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Today, Florida TaxWatch (FTW) President and CEO Dominic M. Calabro announced the appointment of Kyle Baltuch as Vice President of Development. Mr. Baltuch joined FTW in 2014 and previously served as Economist & Director of Development.

Florida TaxWatch President and CEO Dominic M. Calabro said, “I am proud to announce the appointment of Kyle Baltuch as Vice President of Development for Florida TaxWatch. Since joining the FTW team in 2014, Kyle’s expertise and outstanding leadership has guided our analysis of the issues important to Florida taxpayers including tourism, economic development, job creation, manufacturing, healthcare, and municipal pensions. I look forward to Kyle continuing to serve our state’s taxpayers and promote the growth of Florida TaxWatch in this new role.”

Mr. Baltuch graduated from Florida State University where he double majored in Economics and International Affairs before earning a master’s in applied economics from the university’s College of Social Sciences and Public Policy. He is an active volunteer in the Tallahassee community and currently sits on the Big Bend Board of the Children's Home Society and National Board of the Peyton Tuthill Foundation.

About Florida TaxWatch
As an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit government watchdog and taxpayer research institute for more than forty years and the trusted eyes and ears of Florida taxpayers, Florida TaxWatch works to improve the productivity and accountability of Florida government. Its research recommends productivity enhancements and explains the statewide impact of fiscal and economic policies and practices on citizens and businesses. Florida TaxWatch is supported by its membership via voluntary, tax-deductible donations and private grants, and does not accept government funding. Donations provide a solid, lasting foundation that has enabled Florida TaxWatch to bring about a more effective, responsive government that is more accountable to, and productive for, the citizens it serves since 1979. For more information, please visit www.floridataxwatch.org.

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