Elected Mayor

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An elected Mayor doesn’t have to be a strong Mayor but a clearly identifiable leader for the community acting as a liaison for the commission to develop direction and move the county forward. Furthermore, can be the counties designated tri-county advocate, lobbying together as the three largest counties in the state more effectively for similar issues. The Mayor can be a non-voting member and therefore have the capability to communicate with each commissioner directly without the sunshine law interfering. This would allow the Mayor to gain insight on what priorities are most important for each commissioner and consensus build to develop items on issues prior to placing them on the agenda.