Concrete, Sidewalk & Curb Repairs begin Tuesday, July 1, 2014. We apologize for any inconveniences.
Mayor Glenn Singer was re-elected for a fourth term on February 15, 2011, and has been serving as Mayor since February 15, 2005. He has placed the successful growth and development of his community among his highest priorities. Attracted by the Town of Golden Beach’s beauty, aesthetics, security, prized oceanfront location and exclusive family atmosphere, Mayor Singer moved his family to the Town in 1997. Driven by his desire to help the Town accomplish its well-defined vision for the future, he quickly immersed himself in serving his community as an involved citizen. He was first elected as a Council Member and after four years was elected as Mayor which is his current position.
Mayor Singer brings a multi-faceted history of success to his position. After graduating from Florida State University he spent six years practicing as a Certified Public Accountant. In 1990, recognizing massive demand for the outsourcing of payroll and employee benefits, he and his partners established the Florida-based National Business Solutions, a successful professional employer organization. In addition to his duties as Mayor, he is an active investor, lending his expertise to a number of businesses at various stages of growth in a variety of industries including real estate, technology and fitness.
Mayor Singer’s many accomplishments throughout his administration, includes the implementation of a Marine Patrol, the establishment of the Town’s canine park, overseeing the Town’s purchase of two vacant lots that were subsequently earmarked for green space, renovation of the Town’s Police Substation, and more recently the Town’s historic Beach Pavilion. Both renovation projects were completed on time and were within the established budgets.
Mayor Singer had a vision what Golden Beach should look like and how it should function as a Town, and first brought his vision to the Town Council in 2006. On November 6, 2007 under his efficient leadership and vision the voters of the Town of Golden beach overwhelming approved a General Obligation Bond Referendum for $14.5 million dollars. Currently, the Town is undergoing a 25 million dollar Capital Improvement Project to enhance its streetscaping on Ocean Boulevard and Golden Beach Drive, the undergrounding of its utilities, the completion of its stormwater management system and the replacement of its water distribution system. According to Mayor Singer the time is right to implement the Capital Improvement Program and the right team is in place to make it happen. He is proud and excited to be leading the Town of Golden Beach into its Golden Future.