Flagler Beach July 4 Fireworks Committee Meets
The Flagler Beach Ad Hoc Committee appointed by the City Commission to study the feasibility of continuing July 4 fireworks, and the event’s effect on local businesses, meets at 9 a.m. at City Hall. For background, see “Flagler Beach Appoints Committee to Rethink July 4 Fireworks While Aiming for a Show on New Year’s Eve Too.”
The committee is made up of Mayor Suzie Johnston, residents Rick Bowen, Carla Cline, Scott Fox, Butch Naylor, and Scott Spradley. The county’s tourism director, Amy Lukasik, will be an ex-officio member of the committee, as will be City Police Chief Matt Doughney. The public is invited to participate, with public-comment segments during the meetings. City Manager William Whitson is staff liaison.
The committee is expected to report its findings to the Flagler Beach City Commission in January 2022.
See: “Flagler Beach Appoints Committee to Rethink July 4 Fireworks While Aiming for a Show on New Year’s Eve Too.”
“Re-evaluating July 4 in Flagler Beach: Panel Will Focus on Parking and Surveying Residents’ Wishes.”