Firefighters Endorse Peluso for Palm Harbor Fire Commission
Julie Peluso is running for reelection to Seat 2 on the Palm Harbor Fire Commission.
PALM HARBOR – Palm Harbor/Oldsmar Professional Fire Fighters have endorsed Julie Peluso for reelection to Seat 2 on the Palm Harbor Fire Commission.
Peluso is the current vice chair of the five-member commission. also serves on the executive board of Pinellas County’s EMS Advisory Council. Peluso is an Area Agency on Aging of Pasco/Pinellas board member, serving as chair of the Program Planning and Development Committee.
Peluso has received the certified district official designation through Florida Association of Special Districts, completing years of public official education in the area of ethics, budgets, audits, district relations, union negotiations, legislative process and fire district priorities.
Peluso is a real estate broker associate Realtor who has worked in the Palm Harbor area for more than 30 years. She is the past president/owner of United Home Mortgage Corp.
Peluso has been named Palm Harbor “Woman of the Year” and received the Curlew Hills Community Service Award in 2017.
She lives in the Highland Lakes community in Palm Harbor with her husband, Ken, a retired chiropractor. They have two grown sons, a daughter-in-law and three grandchildren.
The Palm Harbor Fire District is one of four indepdent fire districts in Pinellas County. The district provides fire and EMS service for residents of Palm Harbor, Crystal Beach, Ozona and Indian Bluffs Island. The district is overseen by the fire commission, which is responsible for approving department policy, the adoption of the annual budget and tax rate, and oversight of all department resources. Members meet at least once a month.
Peluso is facing Patrick Bengston in the nonpartisan race. The election is Nov. 6. The last day to register to vote in the general election is Oct. 9.
For information about Peluso, go to JuliePeluso.com.
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