South Daytona City Council Passes Restructure of Public Works Department
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Last week, the South Daytona City Council voted on the restructuring of their current Public Works Department, and at the meeting last Tuesday, the restructure vote passed.
According to emails with Brian Peek, the Public Works Director, and Kristen Schmutz, News Editor of Belden Communications, the Parks Maintenance Department had concerns regarding the safety and appearance of the City’s parks.
It was then that changes were made to incorporate a strong cross-over between both the Street Maintenance Department and the Parks Maintenance Department. “Both departments share similar skill requirements, and when managed properly together we can provide a significantly larger team to take on the tasks of each,” Peek said.
At this time, there is no definitive date yet of when the changes go into effect, but the Council and Peek are excited to begin the process of creating the Facilities and Ground Maintenance Department.
The goal of the Department is to continuously improve the City parks, paths, and provide the best service possible to our residents.
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