Contact

Port LaBelle Community Development District
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL   33975
[No Mail delivery] at the physical address:  3293 Dellwood Terrace, LaBelle, FL  33935
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
www.plcdd.net

Contact Information

All public records requests (FS §119) will be directed to the District Registered Agent.           Registered agent and primary point of contact:
Judi Kennington-Korf, General Manager
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL       33975
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
judikk@plcdd.net

Internet website uniform resource locator:  https://www.plcdd.net

Staff:

Jeff Daniels, Field Superintendent jdaniels@plcdd.net
Lupe Taylor, Staff Assistant ltaylor@bwcd.net

Board of Supervisors

Seat 1
Nancy V. Imhoff (2014-2018)
District Secretary
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL    33975
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
seat1@plcdd.net

Seat 2
William Jeffrey Perry (2016-2020)
Vice Chairman
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL    33975
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
seat2@plcdd.net

Seat 3
David Capitanio (2014-2018)
Board Member
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL    33975
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
seat3@plcdd.net

Seat 4
J. Michael Jordan (2016-2020)
Treasurer
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL    33975
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
seat4@plcdd.net bwcd.net

Seat 5
Jason J. Martinez (2014-2018)
Chairman
POB 1605
LaBelle, FL    33975
Phone:  863-675-5770
Fax:  863-675-9297
seat5@plcdd.net bwcd.net

The Port LaBelle Community Development District (District) is a multijurisdictional independent special district (Florida Statute §189.012(3)) located in Glades County and Hendry County.  The District is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors that serve a four-year term of office and are elected by residents in the November General Election on even years.  Seats 1, 3, and 5 are elected within the same year; Seats 2 and 4 are elected in the same year. The election cycle of Supervisors alternates every two years.  Should a Supervisor resign before the end of their term, the Board of Supervisors may appoint a replacement until the November election of the term of the Seat expiration.  In order to serve as a Supervisor, an individual must reside in the District.

District members and staff adhere to the Code of Ethics applicable to all public officers and employees under the Code of Ethics as identified in Part III, Chapter 112, of the Florida Statutes FS 112, Part III, Code of Ethics, 2015