Last Update: 1/13/19
Highlights from recent Edgewater City Council meetings appear below as attachments.
City of Edgewater Special Election
District 2 Councilwoman Amy Vogt resigned recently since she is moving out of state. The City of Edgewater has scheduled a special election to take place on April 2nd to allow residents to vote on a replacement. A Primary Election will be scheduled for February 19th if there are more than two eligible candidates.
January Workshop Meetings
Mayor Thomas has scheduled two “Workshop Meetings” in January. On Monday January 14th at 6:00pm the council will listen to resident concerns regarding high water bills. On Tuesday January 22nd at 6:30pm, a workshop is scheduled to discuss recently enacted rules requiring annual inspections of rental properties in Edgewater.
Florida-Friendly Fertilizer Use
The City of Edgewater is considering adopting an ordinance requiring "Florida-Friendly Fertilizer Use". Among other things, this regulation would prohibit the use of fertilizers containing nitrogen or phosphorous within Edgewater during the period starting June 1st and ending September 30th of each year. A portion of the proposed changes appears below as an attachment.