Ormond Beach, FL – City leaders will vote on whether to include a charter referendum in Volusia County’s special election or not.
And that amendment, if approved by Ormond residents, will change the terms of office for Mayor and City Commissioners from two years to four.
Those new terms could take effect beginning
Zone 1 and Zone 3 commissioners will hold their spots for two years starting in 2020. But, when the terms are up, they will transition into
But, Ormond wants to “
On May 21st, the county will hold a special referendum election that will decide whether or not a half-cent sales tax is implemented or not.
The Volusia County Supervisor of Elections allows cities to add these elections with county-wide elections, that does provide costs savings to residents by avoiding costs associated with holding a separate election.
The request to do so was drafted on February 5th and will be voted on by the Ormond Beach City Commission tomorrow (February 26th).