- 9 or 10 a.m., depending on date
- 2nd Tuesday of every month (at minimum, once a quarter)
- 1053 20th Place
City Hall Council Chambers
Vero Beach, FL 32960
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Jane Burton, Chairman - Bob McCabe – Nov. 2022
- John Cotugno - Joe Graves – Nov. 2021
- John Sanders - Robbie Bracket – Nov. 2022
- Mark Mucher - Honey Minuse – Nov. 2022
- Judy Orcutt - Rey Neville – Nov. 2021
- John McCord, IR Shores Representative
- Brian Foley, Alternate IR Shores Representative
The Utilities Commission shall provide recommendations and advice to the City Council on all matters related to the administration and operation of the City’s utilities, including finances and accounting; efficient and economic operations; maintenance; expansion and contraction of service areas; rates and fees, including taxes; improvements; and other matters specifically relating to the electric, water and sewer, and solid waste enterprise funds. The Commission may seek counsel with the City Manager and the other Charter Officers from time to time, as well as City department heads and employees as the Commission finds necessary. In performing its mission, the Commission shall initiate and provide its own proposals, recommendations, and alternatives to the City Council. In addition, the Commission shall also review and constructively critique all proposals from City staff, consultants, and the public and make its own independent recommendations on such proposals in order to provide the best and most complete information possible to the City Council. Any Commission member may request the City Clerk to coordinate with the Commission Chairman to place items on the Commission agenda and/or request a Commission meeting. Meetings may also be called by the City Council to review issues prior to City Council deliberations. The Utilities Commission shall meet at least once every quarter. The Commission is expressly charged with representing and considering all utility customers of the City in its activities, including City resident and non-resident customers alike. As long as the Town of Indian River Shores receives utility services from the City of Vero Beach under a franchise, at least one (1) regular voting member of the Utilities Commission shall be a resident of the Town of Indian River Shores. All regular voting and alternate members shall reside within the City utilities service area.