Johnathan Foley is New City Councilman-Elect for City Council District 1.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
Following Tuesday’s Special Election, Johnathan Foley has been selected as the new City Councilman Elect for the District 1 seat.
Foley has been serving as Interim Council Member for District 1 to fill the vacant seat established by the resignation of former Council Member Dr. Marilyn Ford.
As a small business owner and current interim city council member for the District 1 seat, with Public Safety being one of his top priorities, Foley plans to work on reducing the density of future developments and working to keep property taxes low over the next two years.
Foley promises to keep trash pickup to two days a week and invest in pristine parks for residents to have a higher quality of life.
Foley has experience in City Government issues after serving as the Vice-Chair for the Environmental Advisory Board here in Port Orange.
Councilman-Elect Foley will be seated at the upcoming City Council Meeting on Tuesday, April 20th.
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