The City of Niceville announced today they will host a Coffee with the City Manager that will feature County Commissioner Nathan Boyles.

Commissioner Boyles represents district three on the board. That seat includes the western portion of Niceville and Valparaiso.

The coffee will be hosted at the Niceville Senior Center on May 5th from 5:30 to 7:00 in the evening.

“The City of Niceville invites you to join City Manager Lannie Corbin for coffee and to engage in conversation, gather feedback on City programs and services, and to answer questions about issues or concerns you may have,” a post on the city’s Facebook page said.

Black Rifle Coffee Company Niceville will provide the coffee for the forum.

The event is a drop-in open forum event.

More About Okaloosa County Commissioner Nathan Boyles

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Okaloosa County Commissioner Nathan Boyles

Commissioner Nathan Boyles is the Okaloosa County Commissioner for district three. This district includes western Niceville, Valparaiso, the western portion of Crestview, Baker, and a small portion of Fort Walton Beach.

Commissioner Boyles is both the youngest member of the commission and the longest-serving member of the body. He has been in office since 2012.

Commissioner Boyles serves as the board’s liaison officer to the Northwest Florida Regional Transportation Planning Organization, Okaloosa Walton TPO, Walton/Okaloosa/Santa Rosa Regional Utility Authority, City of Crestview Community Redevelopment Agency and the Mid Bay Bridge Authority.

He also serves as the Board of County Commissioners Liaison to the Property Appraiser’s Office, Okaloosa County Public Works and the Library Cooperative.

Commissioner Boyles is a graduate of Okaloosa-Walton Junior College (now Northwest Florida State College), Florida State – FAMU College of Engineering and the Florida State University School of Law.

While Commissioner Boyles represents district three – all eligible citizens of Okaloosa County are able to vote in all commission races, regardless of where in the county they live.

Commissioner Boyles’ term expires in 2024.

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