Small-business owner Norby Belz has worked for decades to improve the operations and management of schools, businesses and individuals. He now wants to bring his expertise to the Fort Lauderdale Commission.
He’s challenging District 1 Commissioner John Herbst, the city’s former auditor, who won his seat in 2022 after City Commissioners fired him for investigating a police chief without informing them.
Belz, a philosophy professor-turned-motivational speaker, said he’s “ready to step up” and serve from the dais.
His platform priorities include business development, public safety, sustainability, combating homelessness, keeping living costs down and backing responsible development while preserving community integrity.
– Jesse Scheckner, Florida Politics