John Mica

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U.S. Representative John L. Mica is currently serving his seventh term in the 109th Congress representing Florida's 7th Congressional District, which stretches across six counties from the suburban areas north of Orlando to the Jacksonville city limits. Major cities in the district include Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Deltona, DeLand, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra Beach, and Palatka.

Mica serves on the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, the Government Reform Committee and the House Administration Committee.

In 2001, Rep. Mica was named Chairman of the Aviation Subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, which has oversight of all matters regarding civil aviation including airport improvement, aviation safety and security, and other related issues. Major federal agencies overseen by the Aviation Subcommittee include the Federal Aviation Administration, the Transportation Security Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board.

Prior to joining the House, Mica was in real estate development, communications and international trade consulting. As a member of the Florida House of Representatives (1976-1980), Mica served on the Appropriations, the Select Energy, the Ethics and Elections and the Community Affairs Committees.

He is a graduate of the University of Florida (1967) and Miami-Dade Community College (1965).

Mica and his wife, Patricia, have two children, D'Anne and Clark. The Mica Family has resided in Central Florida since 1972.

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