Port Orange City Council selects interim council member.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
At its February 21, 2023, council meeting, the Port Orange City Council appointed Tracy Grubbs as its interim District 2 Council member to fill the vacancy by former District 2 Council member Kat Atwood, who resigned last month due to health reasons.
Six applicants applied for the interim position before the council appointed Grubbs to the vacant seat until the August election or the November runoff. The qualifying period for candidates will run from noon on June 12 through noon on June 16, 2023, and the interim council member will be eligible to run for the remainder of the unexpired term.
The city council hopes that the appointment of Tracy Grubbs will help to ensure the continuity of leadership in District 2 during this transition period.
Tracy Grubbs brings to the council over 20 years of experience as a resident of Port Orange. He has served on the Planning Commission and the Beautification Committee and has been active in various community organizations. The council is confident that Grubbs will bring valuable insights and expertise during his interim term.
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