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Municipal Elections
November 6, 2001

 

Official Results

City of Daytona Beach City of Lake Helen
City of Daytona Beach Shores City of New Smyrna Beach
City of DeBary City of Orange City
City of Deltona  City of Ormond Beach
City of Edgewater Town of Ponce Inlet
City of Holly Hill City of South Daytona

 

City of Daytona Beach General Election
Mayor  
  Total
BUD ASHER 5744
DAVID KLOKOW 3114
City Commissioner (Zone 1)
  Total
RICHARD W. SHIVER 929
CHRISTINA “CHRIS” TRAVIS 896
City Commissioner (Zone 2)
  Total
TERRY WHELAN 733
DARLENE YORDON 1165
City Commissioner (Zone 3)
  Total
DARRELL P. HUNTER 511
MICHAEL R. SHALLOW 761
City Commissioner (Zone 6)
  Total
CHARLES W. CHERRY, SR. 614
EDWARD “CREAMY” HAYES 557
City of Daytona Beach Shores General Election
Mayor
  Total
GREG NORTHRUP 1136
ROBERT G. PASCOE 315
City Council Seat 1
  Total
JENNIE M. CELONA 927
JOANNE JEROME 510
City Council Seat 3
  Total
DONALD LARGE 1062
FRANK V. VITALE 372
City of DeBary General Election
Council Seat 1
  Total
GEORGE COLEMAN 1090
CLIFFORD J. RUTZ 1005
Council Seat 2
  Total
DANNY ALLEN 1060
ROB SULLIVAN 1001
Amendment Questions

Question 1
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to clarify that the specific mention of particular powers in the Charter shall not be constructed as limiting in anyway the general power granted to the City of DeBary? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1406
Against the Amendment 598

Question 2
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and the City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to clarify that the Mayor’s powers and duties include being responsible to the Governor for the purposes of military law and that the Mayor shall perform such other duties consistent with the office, as may be delegated to the Mayor by the City Council? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1638
Against the Amendment 397

Question 3
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and the City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the Council may express its views and fully and freely discuss with the City Manager anything pertaining to the appointment or removal of officers or employees? Shall the above charter amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1651
Against the Amendment 399

Question 4
In accordance with the charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the charter be amended to compensate the Mayor and Council in the amount of $625.00 per month beginning on January 1, 2002 and if the Mayor and Council’s compensation is adjusted to $625.00 per month and effective on January 1, 2003 and every year thereafter the compensation of the Mayor and Council shall be adjusted by a percentage corresponding to the most recent Cost of Living Administration of the United States Social Security Administration? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 789
Against the Amendment 1275

Question 5
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to provide that no action of the Council shall be valid or binding unless adopted by the affirmative vote of the majority of the Council members present at the time a quorum exists? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the amendment 1683
Against the amendment 312

Question 6
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to provide that a candidate who has been elected to two (2) consecutive three (3) year terms may requalify for any vacant seat provided said candidate does not actually take office for at least a one (1) year period after the end of that candidate’s previous two (2) terms? Shall the above charter amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the amendment 1326
Against the amendment 696

Question 7
In accordance with the Charter Review Committee’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the Council, by an affirmative vote of the majority of all Council members, appoint a City Manager? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1547
Against the Amendment 452

Question 8
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the Council may remove the City Manager for any reason by an affirmative vote of a majority of all Council members? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1498
Against the Amendment 519

Question 9
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so the City Clerk shall be appointed by the City Manager? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1286
Against the Amendment 755

Question 10
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the City Attorney shall be appointed by the Council by an affirmative vote of a majority of all Council members? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1631
Against the Amendment 357

Question 11
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the Mayor or any member of the Council may introduce an ordinance or resolution and that in case of a public emergency the Council by at least two-thirds vote of a quorum (three members) of the Council, may adopt an emergency ordinance without complying with the requirements of notice? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 1307
Against the Amendment 657
Question 12
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the Council shall be authorized to issue revenue bonds, enter into lease purchase contracts or any multi-year contracts for the purchase of real property or for construction of capital improvement projects with a repayment term of sixty (60) months instead of thirty-six (36) months? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted? 
  Total
For the Amendment 1285
Against the Amendment 679
Question 13
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that if any emergency notes to be paid from sources other than the ad valorem taxes levied by the city shall be paid no later than the last day of the fiscal year succeeding that in which the emergency appropriations were made and if the emergency notes are to be paid from ad valorem taxes levied by the city, the emergency notes and any renewals thereof may not have a maturity greater than twelve months from the date of issuance?  Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 1380
Against the Amendment 499
Question 14
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the electors of the City may propose amendments to the charter by petition signed by at least ten percent (10%) of the registered electors as of the last preceding Municipal General Election? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 1380
Against the Amendment 543
Question 15 
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the charter will be reviewed at least every seven (7) years?  Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 1720
Against the Amendment 228
Question 16
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to delete Section 15.02 concerning the Transitional Comprehensive Plan and Section 15.04 concerning the Transitional Land Development Regulations in that the City of DeBary has adopted a Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 1258
Against the Amendment 613
Question 17
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that the City of DeBary may contract for fire, police, public works, parks and recreation, planning and zoning, building inspection, development reviews, animal control and solid waste collection services with any governmental entity or private entity until such time the Council establishes independent service? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 1635
Against the Amendment 334
Question 18 
In accordance with the Charter Review Commission’s and City Council’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended so that nothing contained in any revision or amendment to the Charter will affect or impair the rights of officers and employees; shall not modify pending matters and that all ordinances in effect shall remain in full force?  Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 1514
Against the Amendment 412
City of Deltona General Election
Mayor
  Total
JOHN MASIARCZYK 6614
JOSE "JOE" PEREZ 2179
Commissioner, District 1
  Total
DAVID FONTAINE 483
LUCILLE WHEATLEY 804
Commissioner, District 3
* Wednesday morning recount results in a tie; McFall wins by coin toss.
 
Total
CARL A. CAREY 565
* MICHELE A. MCFALL 565
Commissioner, District 5
  Total
DIANE OBREMSKI 1022
RAFAEL A. VALLE 556
Amendment Questions

Question 1
In accordance with the Charter Review Committee’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to eliminate the limitations on debt financing and to replace them with a formal debt policy to be adopted by ordinance? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?

  Total
For the Amendment 4713
Against the Amendment 3534
Question 2
In accordance with the Charter Review Committee’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to compensate the Mayor and Commissioners in an amount equal to the average annual salary of Mayors (presently $7,205) and Commissioners (presently $5,112) within Volusia County? The average salary to be recalculated every two (2) years there after. Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 5578
Against the Amendment 2811
Question 3
In accordance with the Charter Review Committee’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to streamline administration by eliminating the need to have the Mayor or Vice Mayor countersign vouchers and instead have the Finance Director or City Clerk countersign? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 4574
Against the Amendment 3745
Question 4
In accordance with the Charter Review Committee’s recommendation, should the Charter be amended to clarify that the Mayor’s powers and duties shall be ceremonial except as authorized by the charter, City Commission or State Law? Shall the above Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
For the Amendment 4241
Against the Amendment 3055
City of Edgewater General Election
City Council District 1
  Total
JAMES P. BROWN 1095
FERD HEEB 842
City Council District 4
  Total
JOHN CHARLES ATKINSON 664
JUDY LICHTER 1323
City of Holly Hill Run-off Election
Commissioner District 3
  Total
RON FUSSELL 485
KEITH TARRER 733
City of Lake Helen General Election
Commissioner Zone 4
  Total
STEVE FINN 280
RICH TAMBURRO 251
City of New Smyrna Beach General Election
City Commissioner Zone 1
  Total
GAIL HENRIKSON 1540
BILL ROGERS 1569
City Commissioner Zone 2
  Total
JACK "STEVE" GRASTY 1400
LAWRENCE J. SWEETT 1587
City of Orange City General Election
Council Member Group 4
  Total
HAROLD D. CASTEEL 244
DON SHERRILL 678
Revised City Charter
Shall the City Charter be revised per Ordinance No. 52 to provide, among other things, verification of the powers of the Mayor, modifications regarding the filling of vacancies for the Mayor’s office; modifying residency requirements for the City Manager, and amendment to the duties and responsibilities of the City Manager; revisions to the responsibilities of the City Clerk; revisions regarding Council seat designations; revisions to the language regarding elections and terms, clarification of the election process, modification of the restrictions regarding political activities; amendment of the process regarding the preparation and submission of the budget of the City; and changing the percentage requirement for petitions for initative and referendum? Shall the above described Charter Amendment be adopted?
  Total
Yes, for Revised City Charter 342
No, against Revised City Charter 539
City of Ormond Beach Regular Election
Mayor
  Total
GLENN JASPERS 1389
CARL PERSIS 5285
City Commissioner Zone 1
  Total
JEFF BOYLE 1257
RICK FRASER 1214
City Commissioner Zone 4
  Total
JOYCE HIGH 980
BILL PARTINGTON 694
Town of Ponce Inlet General Election
Mayor
  Total
TONY ALBUQUERQUE 131
ALLAN S. BURNWORTH 341
BILL HOAK 614
City Commission Seat 3
  Total
PATRICIA A. ANDREANO 552
BEVERLY STROTT 526
City Commission Seat 5
  Total
JIM HINSON 495
FRANK ROGERSON 570
Questions
DATE FOR REGULAR TOWN ELECTIONS
SHALL THE TOWN OF PONCE INLET CHARTER SECTIONS 3.02(b) AND 5.06 BE AMENDED TO REQUIRE THAT THE REGULAR ELECTIONS OF TOWN COUNCIL MEMBERS BE HELD ACCORDING TO THE VOLUSIA COUNTY UNIFORM MUNICIPAL ELECTION SCHEDULE?
  Total
For Amendment 888
Against Amendment 128
FILLING OF VACANCIES ON TOWN COUNCIL
SHALL THE TOWN OF PONCE INLET CHARTER SECTION 3.05(c) BE AMENDED TO ALLOW COUNCIL MEMBERS APPOINTED TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE TOWN COUNCIL TO SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THAT TERM?
  Total
For Amendment 607
Against Amendment 408

TOWN MANAGER REMOVAL
SHALL THE TOWN OF PONCE INLET CHARTER SECTION 4.02(b) BE AMENDED TO REMOVE LANGUAGE REQUIRING THAT A PUBLIC HEARING BE HELD PRIOR TO THE REMOVAL OF THE TOWN MANAGER UPON HIS OR HER REQUEST?

  Total
For Amendment 538
Against Amendment 476
RESERVE/CONTINGENCY FUND
SHALL THE TOWN OF PONCE INLET CHARTER  BE AMENDED TO CREATE A NEW SECTION 6.02(d) TO REQUIRE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A RESERVE/ CONTINGENCY LEVEL IN THE OPERATING BUDGET IN THE FORM OF A MINIMUM-MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MONTHS OF OPERATING FUNDS BY THE TOWN COUNCIL?
  Total
For Amendment 713
Against Amendment 293

PAYMENT OF EMERGENCY NOTES
SHALL THE TOWN OF PONCE INLET CHARTER SECTION 6.04(b) BE AMENDED TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT THAT EMERGENCY NOTES AND RENEWALS OF ANY FISCAL YEAR BE PAID NOT LATER THAN THE LAST DAY OF THE FISCAL YEAR SUCCEEDING THAT IN WHICH THE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS WERE MADE BY THE TOWN COUNCIL?

  Total
For Amendment 598
Against Amendment 395

ABANDONMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
SHALL THE TOWN OF PONCE INLET CHARTER SECTION 6.04(f) BE AMENDED TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF YEARS WHICH SHALL PASS BEFORE A CAPITAL EXPENDITURE APPROPRIATION IS DEEMED ABANDONED FROM FIVE (5) TO THREE (3) YEARS?

  Total
For Amendment 742
Against Amendment 260
City of South Daytona General Election
City Commission Seat 2
  Total
MICHAEL CARFAGNO 336
BLAINE O’NEAL 1039

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