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CITY OF MADEIRA BEACH WELCOMES NEW CITY MANAGER

CITY OF MADEIRA BEACH WELCOMES NEW CITY MANAGER

PUBLIC MEET AND GREET FOR INCOMING CITY MANAGER JONATHAN EVANS.

 The City of Madeira Beach is pleased to announce that Jonathan Evans MPA, MBA, ICMA-CM will soon be seated in the City Manager’s office. The City Commission would like to request the presence of residents, local business owners, and community partners to join them for a meet and greet on Monday, February 12 beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall (300 Municipal Drive, Madeira Beach, FL 33708).

“We are delighted to bring Mr. Evans to our City. We believe his experience will be a tremendous benefit to our community and we cannot wait to start working with him. I’m excited to start moving forward under his leadership.” – Maggi Black, Mayor

Evans most recently served as the City Manager in Riviera Beach and has experience in Pinellas County as the Assistant City Manager and Public Information Officer for the City of Largo. Evans holds a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Central Florida, as well as an MBA from Saint Leo University. 

“I am excited to meet our community stakeholders, staff, and entrepreneurs to understand their ideologies and perspectives on this great city.” – Jonathan Evans, Future City Manager

The incoming City Manager has issued a 100 day plan which outlines his commitment to communication, organization, and hard work. This plan is now available to the public at madeirabeachfl.gov/office-of-the-city-manager/. Evans intends on moving toward these successes through genuine, open and honest relationships. 

He will also be in attendance the following evening for the scheduled regular Board of Commission meeting on Tuesday, February 13th beginning at 6:00 p.m. Evans intends on beginning his duties with the City no later than February 26th.

For more information about the City of Madeira Beach please visit madeirabeachfl.gov. If you would like more information about this topic or the City of Madeira Beach’s employment policies, please contact Walter Pierce, Finance Director at (727) 391-9951 or email at wpierce@madeirabeachfl.gov.

CITY OF MADEIRA BEACH RECOVERS FROM HURRICANE IRMA City Staff is acting quickly to ensure recovery operations are taking place

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma the City of Madeira Beach is working hard to clear streets and debris from roadsides. Cleanup is a work in progress with the expectation of debris pick up to continue well into next week. “We are working hard with our partnership through FEMA to ensure debris is collected effectively… Continue Reading

FERRY & TAXI SERVICE TO BEGIN IN MADEIRA BEACH

FERRY & TAXI SERVICE TO BEGIN IN MADEIRA BEACH

Information Session September 14th 3:00 PM Press Conference/ Information Session City of Madeira Beach City Hall The City of Madeira Beach introduces regularly scheduled ferry services to begin this October. “We are looking forward to offering residents and visitors an alternative way to get around our City. We believe our waterways are the future of… Continue Reading

BOC Workshop at 2pm – March 29th, 2016

BOC Workshop at 2pm – March 29th, 2016

Do you know when your city commissioners meet? Here is a quick look at the meetings they have each month: Commissioners Agenda Setting Meeting     2nd Tuesday; 5:30pm Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting     2nd Tuesday; 6pm Planning/LPA Commission Meeting    2nd Monday; 7pm Special Magistrate Code Enforcement    2nd Wednesday; 2pm Special Magistrate – Variance    4th… Continue Reading

VOTE: March 15th on a referendum Charter Change

VOTE: March 15th on a referendum Charter Change

For more information on the Charter Change –  CLICK HERE The qualified voters of the City of Madeira Beach will consider a referendum Charter Change related to the possible conveyance of City-owned property.  The related ordinances and resolution establishing the ballot language are listed below for public viewing. The Madeira Beach City Charter currently reads… Continue Reading