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The City of Treasure Island, Florida is a municipality located in Pinellas County on Florida's west coast.
The city government is a commission-manager form of government, consisting of a city commission of five elected officials, one of whom serves as mayor, and an appointed manager. The commission and mayor serve as the legislative or policy making body for the city government, approve its annual budget, and all the local laws and ordinances that define how the city operates. The day-to-day administration of the city is the responsibility of the city manager and his/her staff, who implement town policies and deliver services to the residents.
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Treasure Island City Manager Reid Silverboard is the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City. The manager supervises all personnel, handles various administrative duties, and prepares an annual budget for approval by the City Council. The City Manager maintains an "open door" policy with City employees and the public to enhance communications and maintain a good working relationship.
Treasure Island City Clerk Tiffany Makras is the custodian of records including day-to-day documents and historical records and is the primary point of contact for public records requests. The City Clerk provides administrative support to the Mayor and Commissioners, prepares and posts meeting agendas, records minutes of City Commission and various City Board meetings, coordinates legal advertising, administers the records retention program in accordance with Florida Law, supervises City elections, is the custodian of the City Seal, and ensures that public records of the City are open for inspection by the public.