Daytona Beach City Commissioner, Aaron Delgado, resigns.
Written by Anthony Bicy
Belden Communications News
City Commissioner Aaron Delgado, the representative of Daytona Beach Zone 2, has announced his resignation from his post on Monday, July 26.
According to a release, Delgado comes after selling his Halifax Avenue home and buying a “dream house” outside of Zone 2.
The city of Daytona Beach’s Zone 2 consists of the northern end of the city’s beachside, the Seabreeze corridor, and the area around Mason Avenue and Nova Road.
“We truly thank Commissioner Delgado for his service to the citizens of Daytona Beach. We know his law practice will continue to be a thriving business on Seabreeze as we work to improve that corridor,” said City Manager Deric C. Feacher.
Before his resignation, Delgado was re-elected to a four-year term in November 2020 after his first election in 2016. Delgado has offered to continue serving the Daytona Beach City Commission until a replacement has been found, with a special election that will be taking place.
The City Commission will discuss the details of the special election at the August 4 meeting where Delgado will be attending.