A Message from City Mayor Allen Green
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Allen Green
Phone: 386-322-0247
We welcome our new Fire Chief - Kenneth Fustin. Chief Fustin comes to Port Orange from Springfield, Illinois. He originally started with the Springfield Fire Department as a Firefighter and eventually moved his way up to Fire Chief. Chief Fustin held that position from 2011 until he retired in June 2015.

This past April we opened to the public Phase 1A of the Riverwalk Park project. In addition to the boardwalk over the Halifax River, the park features a kayak/canoe launch, segments of a 12-foot-wide trail, and a trailhead/restroom facility. The next phase, 1B, will go out to bid in a few months. The targeted completion date is late summer 2017. Highlights of Phase 1B is a one-and-a-half-acre event lawn that will be suitable to host events and celebrations, a playground, parking, landscaping, a splash park, a larger trailhead/restroom facility, a boardwalk, and the continuation of the 12-foot-wide trail. Ultimately the trail will extend down to Dunlawton Avenue and then loop around to the north back to the kayak/canoe launch. The Phase 1B design and improvements are funded by grants from the Florida Inland Navigation District and the Volusia ECHO program.

Finally, the date for the City's Primary Election is August 30, 2016. Take the time to get informed on the different candidates and their vision community.

Allen Green

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