Enviros blasted Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) yesterday for his appointments to a new state Everglades commission, saying the panel is tilted heavily toward farm and development interests. The commission is charged with advising the governor and a task force of state and federal agencies on the planned $7.8 billion restoration of the Everglades. Bush announced 20 of the panel’s 27 members last week and enviros were pleased with four of the appointees but unhappy with the general makeup of the panel, including the fact that representatives of business did not include anyone from the tourism sector, which has a vested interest in the health of the Everglades.