The Palm Coast City Council discussed today revising the Commercial Vehicle Ordinance to allow work vehicles to be parked in residential driveways “after hours.” After hearing from residents and business owners on both sides of the issue, the following happened: Mayor Alfin: Turned gavel over to Vice Mayor Branquinho and made a motion in favorContinue reading “Palm Coast City Council Keeps Commercial Vehicle Restrictions “As Is””
During a workshop this morning, the Palm Coast City Council discussed potentially revising the city code that prohibits commercial vehicles with signage greater than 3 square feet, to park overnight at residential properties. Below is a summary of Councilmember comments. Councilmember Danko: We are not a HOA. People work for a living. This hurts business,Continue reading “PC City Council Sets Vote on Vehicle Signage”
The Chamber has released several of the responses to our questionnaire from candidates running in the Special Election for Palm Coast Mayor. WNZF highlighted our efforts on their news broadcast this morning. Click the YouTube link below to listen.
The Palm Coast City Council voted unanimously to appoint Denise Beven as Interim City Manager and to no longer require existing City Manager Matt Morton to complete the remainder of his 30-day resignation while still paying him. Denise Bevan currently serves as Chief of Staff of Infrastructure and has been employed by the City ofContinue reading “Palm Coast City Council Appoints Denise Bevan Interim City Manager”
Palm Coast City Manager Matt Morton announced his resignation today. A post on the City of Palm Coast’s website stated: On May 27, 2021, Matthew Morton has tendered his resignation as City Manager for the City of Palm Coast. In accordance with Morton’s employment contract, the resignation gives the Palm Coast City Council a 30-day notice.Continue reading “BREAKING: Palm Coast City Manager Matt Morton Resigns”
After former Mayor Milissa Holland’s resignation as Mayor, the Palm Coast City Council voted unanimously to set a Special Election for the Mayor of Palm Coast seat for Tuesday, July 27, 2021. The City Council did not waive any rules for candidates to qualify for the election. Earlier in the meeting, the City Council couldContinue reading “Palm Coast City Council Sets Special Election for July 27, 2021”