NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Village Council of the Village of Lazy Lake, Florida will endeavor to fill the Office of Mayor for the remainder of each Office’s unexpired term at the Village Council Regular Meeting of the Village Council. The seat has been declared vacant as a result of former Mayor Evan Anthony’s resignation. The remaining term for Office of Mayor expires on March 31, 2022.
NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that it is possible that a Member of the Village Council (including the Acting Mayor) may seek the Office of Mayor, and if appointed, this would create a vacant seat on the Council. In the event of this contingency, and in order to expedite any potentially vacant Council seat to be filled as soon as possible the Village Council has CONTINGENTLY DECLARED VACANT a seat on the Village Council. The Village Council will endeavor to fill any potentially vacant Council Seat for the remainder of such Office’s unexpired term at the next Regular Meeting of the Village Council. The remaining term for Office of Council Member expires on March 31, 2022.
The Village Mayor is a public officer and must be a qualified elector of the Village of Lazy Lake. In summary, the Mayor is the Village’s ceremonial head of government, and generally has the responsibility of running the day to day affairs of the Village. While the Mayor is not a Member of the Village Council and thus can not vote on any Ordinance or Resolution, the Mayor has a Charter based veto prerogative on such measures. The Mayor does not receive any compensation for his or her public service. If a person is appointed to the Office of Village Mayor, while he or she serves another elective office which has a term that overlaps the term of the vacant seat, he or she will have been deemed to have resigned such other public office.
A Council Member is a public officer and must be a qualified elector of the Village of Lazy Lake. In summary, a Member of the Village Council is part of the Village’s governing body, and thus, may vote on all Ordinances and Resolutions of the Village; however, Council Members are not charged with the responsibility of running the day to day affairs of the Village. The Members of the Village Council do not receive any compensation for their public service. If a person is appointed to the City Council while he or she serves another elective office which has a term that overlaps the term of the vacant seat, he or she will have been deemed to have resigned such other public office.
If any resident of the Village is interested in serving the Village in the capacity as Mayor or as a Member of the Village Council, he or she is encouraged to provide the following information by e-mail to the Village’s Administrative Assistant by August 10, 2021, at 5:00 PM: his or her name and address, whether the resident is willing to serve the Village as Mayor, or as a Member of the Council, or in either capacity, and a short statement about the prospective candidate concerning any information he or she desires the Village Council to know. The Village Administrative Assistant’s e-mail address is: email@example.com. The Village Administrative Assistant will ensure that the Council Members receive candidate submissions by the agenda closing deadline for the next Regular Meeting of the Village Council. The Village Council will review such candidate submissions as have been received, and such other information as the Village Council may deem appropriate about submitting candidates or other possible candidates, and shall endeavor to make appointments to fill such vacancy (ies) at the next Regular Village Council Meeting; however, if the Village Council is unable to fill a vacant seat by appointment before the close of the Regular Village Council Meeting which first follows the next Regular Village Council Meeting, a special election shall be called for a date as soon as practicable thereafter after consultation with the Broward County Supervisor of Elections.”
Please note attached bulk pick up ordinance:
2. Solid waste receptacles (trash cans), bulk waste, or yard waste required to be placed at the back of curb or edge of pavement, for collection by a collector shall:
a. be placed neatly so they allow convenient passage of persons or vehicles;
b. not be placed for collection more than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the regularly scheduled collection, nor remain more than twelve (12) hours after scheduled collection;
c. not be placed upon public streets or improved rights-of-way;
d. not be placed in front of another property;
e. consist only of noncommercial residential solid waste, bulk waste, and yard waste; and
f. consist only of waste originating from the abutting private property (property separated from public rights-of-way, roads, or easements by a sidewalk shall be deemed "abutting").
To the Residents of the Village of Lazy Lake:
The County’s three Residential Drop-off Centers (RDOCs) have been closed to ILA partner municipalities due to COVID-19 since March 21, 2020. Please be advised that Broward County will be resuming Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collections (HHW) ONLY at the three (3) Residential Drop Off Centers starting Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please note that the County has made operational changes that your residents should be made aware of prior to utilizing the RDOC which include:
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2250 Lazy Lane, Lazy Lake, FL 33305
Acting Mayor Richard Willard