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Droves of people walk by it every day and rarely notice it. Most people have heard of it, but probably wouldn’t know where to find. It’s the Duval Delegation office at City Hall and, believe it or not, this is the office that’s responsible for keeping tabs on your elected officials including State Sens. Jim King and Tony Hill and State Reps. Audrey Gibson, Dick Kravitz and Jennifer Carroll. It’s a big job and you can credit two women for making sure it gets done — coordinator Darla Wilson and secretary Susan Stewart. Together, Wilson and Stewart make the perfect team, an equal combination of sassy and sweet, serious and jovial and experience and finesse. In other words, they make difficult tasks appear easy. “I started here in September 2001 and Susie joined me in July 2002,” Wilson said. “We’ve been here together ever since and it’s rarely a dull moment.” Wilson said the two work so well together because they both bring their own unique skills to the table. “Susie is excellent at doing research and she is very knowledgeable about the local issues,” said Wilson, who brings experience through previous work with two City Council members and a state representative. “I also bring a lot of charm and personality to the office if you ask me,” she said.



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