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Municipal Election Results
November 2, 1999

 

(Official Results)

City of Daytona Beach
City of Daytona Beach Shores
City of Deltona
City of Edgewater
City of Lake Helen

City of Oak Hill
City of Orange City
City of Ormond Beach
Town of Ponce Inlet
City of South Daytona
City of Daytona Beach General Election
City Commissioner Zone 2
Tracey Remark 633
Darlene Yordon 897
City Commissioner Zone 3
Darrell P. Hunter 509
Mike Shallow 611
City Commissioner Zone 5
Kevin Beckton 214
Yvonne Scarlett-Golden 603
City Commissioner Zone 6
Charles Cherry 540
Edward H. "Creamy" Hayes Jr. 519
City of Daytona Beach Shores General Election
City Council Seat 2
Paul deMange 1,006
Phyllis T. Garvin 167
City of Deltona
General Election and Referendum Election
Proposed Charter Amendment

An amendment to the Deltona City Charter to delete the limitations to the Commission's bonding or contracting authority to allow the City Commission without referendum election to issue revenue bonds, enter into lease purchase contracts or other un-funded multi-year contracts to finance the purchase of real property or the construction of any capitol improvements determined to be in the best interests of the city and its residents.

Shall the above charter amendment be adopted?

For the amendment 680
Against the amendment 4,456
Proposed Charter Amendment

An amendment to the Deltona City Charter to establish the salary of the mayor and commissioners are 20 percent of the Volusia County School Board Salary for the mayor and 16 percent of the Volusia County School Board slay for the commissioners.

Shall the above charter amendment be adopted?

For the amendment 1,818
Against the amendment 3316
Commissioner District 2
Peter Richter 660
Ken Runge 699
Commissioner District 4
Bill Harvey 613
Barbara Willey 291
Commissioner District 6
Mike Carmolingo 332
Doug Horn 485
City of Edgewater General Election
Change the qualifications of mayor and council (vote for one)

Shall the qualifications of mayor and council be changed from the current Charter which states "they must be a qualified elector of the city on the date that person qualifies to run for office" to read "they must be a qualified elector of the city and shall have resided within the city for no less than (1) one year."

Yes 2,642
No 353
Elections and terms

Shall terms for mayor and council members be changed from two (2) year non-staggered to four (4) year staggered terms and limited to two (2) complete consecutive terms? If approved, in November 2001, Districts 2 and 4 would be elected for two (2) years and the Mayor, Districts 1 and 3 would be elected for four (4) years. Regular elections would continue every two (2) years thereafter for four (4) year terms.

Yes 1,548
No 1,429
Limitations on borrowing

Shall the Charter of the City of Edgewater include restrictions by placing limitations on borrowing? Currently, there are no such restrictions in place. This modification would restrict the city from incurring additional debt of more than 0.75 percent of the net taxable ad valorem property value during any forward moving five (5) year period unless such debt was approved by a referendum of eligible voters in a  general election.

Yes 2,393
No 550
Maintaining reserves of general fund

Shall the city be required to maintain reserves at a minimum of fifteen (15) percent with a maximum of twenty-five (25) percent of the general fund?

Yes 2,451
No 457
Filling of vacancies of mayor and city council

Shall the Charter amend the criteria for filling of vacancy for mayor? The Charter currently reads "in case of vacancy, the vice mayor shall serve as mayor the unexpired term." The modification states "...if less than 6 months remain in the unexpired term, council by a vote of 3 or more members shall appoint the mayor." If more than 6 months remain, a special election shall be called to fill such vacancy.

Yes 1,854
No 1,056
Procedures - rules and journal - citizen comments

Shall the Charter of the City of Edgewater be amended to reflect the citizen comments at the beginning and directly prior to adjournment of a council meeting not include agenda items; all comments relating to matters on the agenda will be addressed at the time the matter is before council?

Yes 2,117
No 718
Initiative and referendum

Shall the Charter of the City of Edgewater include an initiative and referendum section giving qualified voters of the City upon completion of certain requirements the opportunity to request council consider or reconsider ordinances under certain circumstances?

Yes 2,336
No 465
Residency requirement for certain city employees

Shall the Charter of the City of Edgewater include a requirement that states that the city council may not waive the residency requirement for the city manager and that the council shall only grant waivers for city attorney, city clerk and department heads under extraordinary circumstances?"

Yes 2,068
No 815
Public information

Shall the Charter of the City of Edgewater include requirements of ethics and fairness regarding dissemination of information and education of the public regarding city issues and authorizing the use of city funds for said purpose?

Yes 2,273
No 565
Charter review and amendment

Shall the Charter of the City of Edgewater include the requirement that the City Council appoint a charter review committee every five (5) year for review of the city charter recommending additions, deletions, or changes to the city council for consideration and that any amendments made to the charter will be in accordance with general law.

Yes 2,319
No 530
Corrections of scrivener's errors Shall the City of Edgewater correct certain scrivener's errors which will clarify the language of Section 3.05-Compensation: Section 3.06 - Mayor and Section 4.07 - Personnel System?
Yes 2,410
No 347
Mayor
Randy G. Allman 898
Don Schmidt 2,137
City Council District 1
James P. Brown 1,570
James K. Gornto 1,310
City Council District 2
Myron F. Hammond 1,046
Dennis Vincenzi 1,945
City Council District 3
Harriett Rhodes 1,615
Gary Roberts (incumbent) 1,299
City of Lake Helen General Election
City Commission Zone 1
Lewis Long III 240
Edward Robbins 231
City of Oak Hill Run-off Election
City Commission, Seat 4
Roberta S. Simmons 194
Joe Storz 121
City of Orange City General Election
Council member, Group 4
Jeff H. Allebach 275
Harold D. Casteel 512
Council member, Group 5
Robert A. Cardone 355
Jim Mahoney 419
Council member, Group 6
Gary A. Blair 464
Walter Studenberg 315
City of Ormond Beach General Election
City Commission Zone 4
Gordon J. Currie 315
Joyce High 899
Town of Ponce Inlet General Election
Town Council Seat 1
Bill Hoak 385
Richard Vanrensselaer 311
Town Council Seat 3
Anthony Albuquerque 372
Richard J. Esterley 327
City of South Daytona General Election
City Councilman District 4
Ron Clifton 423
Blaine O'Neal 368

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