Deltona Holds Forum About Code & Law Enforcement On City’s Blight & Crime

By on November 11, 2017 in WNDB News

Deltona, FL – The District 3 Deltona City Commissioner is set to hold an open-to-the-public forum to address concerns about blight, crime, and code and law enforcement.

From 6 PM to 8 PM on November 15, Commissioner Heidi Herzberg will host the forum at Deltona City Hall, located at 2345 Providence Boulevard. The focus of the night is to discuss “The Role of Code Enforcement and the VCSO on Blight & Crime.”

Dale Baker, Deputy City Manager and Director of Building & Enforcement Services, and Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood will also be in attendance. The goal of the night is for residents to have an open dialogue with City and law enforcement officials.

“Research shows Blight serves as a venue that attracts crime, and this second town hall seeks to define the roles of the VCSO and City code enforcement in combating both crime and blight in our neighborhoods,” said Herzberg. “With a strong partnership of code enforcement, the Sheriff’s Dept. and residents, we can work to bring a great quality of life to all of Deltona.”

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