Elder Affairs Commission

Sections 30.90 - 30.93, Lake Mary Code of Ordinances.  7 citizens of the City of Lake Mary at least 3 of whom are sixty years of age or older. Up to 3 of the 7 members may reside within unincorporated areas of Lake Mary, 3-year terms.


(A)   Advise the City Commission on senior citizen needs and programs and make recommendations regarding the Lake Mary Senior Center and its funding;

(B)   Support the city’s senior citizen activities through fund raising and applications for state and federal grants;

(C)   Provide leadership and technical assistance to the City Commission on programs that will help senior citizens for the future to include initiatives such as "Communities for a Lifetime";

(D)   Provide awareness to the city’s seniors of programs and services that educate, protect and assist with personal welfare issues including, but not limited to, personal security, wellness, mobility and personal independence; and

(E)   Serve as a liaison for the city with Seminole County, state legislature, the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and other local or state agencies that provide support, services or general information for the benefit of seniors.

Meetings: Second Monday of each month at 3:00 P. M.


Name Title
Michael Bley Chairman
Pamela Bussey Vice Chair
Melvin Cohen Member
Jane Dennan Member
Kathryn Kellgren Member
Matt Boyd Member