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Don D’Arminio, a member of the Wilton Manors Planning & Zoning Board, has filed the necessary paperwork to campaign for city commission.

Launching his first bid for public office, D’Arminio said he is prepared to put his extensive background in business administration and accounting to work for the Island City.

“I am passionate about growing our city responsibly to ensure that our budget is sustainable and fiscally responsible,” D’Arminio said in a press release. “My six-year tenure on our city’s planning and zoning board has given me a thorough understanding of our municipal code and how our city operates. That coupled with my accounting background gives me a unique skill set to serve our residents and business partners as a city commissioner.”

D’Arminio, 60, graduated from Montclair State University in New Jersey and has spent the last 25 years working as an accounting and tax professional. He has been a resident homeowner in Wilton Manors for 14 years and is active in philanthropic efforts across the Island City.

D’Arminio and his partner, Marc Martorana, have been together for 25 years. The couple resides in the central neighborhood district and has two rescue dogs, Dustin and Ollie.

On his campaign website, D’Arminio lists four campaign priorities: Road safety and traffic, infrastructure, economic development and quality of life. D’Arminio told the Gazette that responsible economic development in the transit-oriented corridors is vital to ensure a sustainable city budget.

The election is in November with voters to decide on two commission seats and a mayor.

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