Pam Triolo
Mayor

Mayor Pam Triolo was first elected to office in November 2011 and has been reelected for three consecutive terms. Following in the footsteps of her late mother Sandy, who was an elected official in Huntington, New York, Mayor Pam Triolo is passionate about helping her community. Residing in Lake Worth for almost 20 years and owning a local business, she is focused on leading the City toward financial stability, transparency and openness, and addressing long standing infrastructure issues and as Mayor she has been instrumental in helping drive change and focusing on improving the City’s financial future.

Mayor Pam Triolo
Scott Maxwell
Vice Mayor Pro-Tem / Commissioner District 1

Vice Mayor Pro Tem Scott Maxwell began his service to Lake Worth Beach in 2000 as a volunteer member of the Code Enforcement Board, ultimately serving as Chairman until his initial election to the City Commission in 2001. Scott Maxwell is currently serving his fifth term on the City Commission, having been elected in 2001, 2009, 2011, 2014 and 2018 and has served as Vice Mayor from 2001 until 2011 and as Vice Mayor Pro Tem from 2017.

District 1 Commissioner Scott Maxwell
Omari Hardy
Commissioner District 2

Omari Hardy is a 4th generation educator, teaching civics and world history at Roosevelt Community Middle School in West Palm Beach, FL. He is a native Floridian, born and raised in Fort Lauderdale and educated at the University of Miami, where in 2012, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major concentration in economics and a minor concentration in philosophy. After working for his alma mater’s Frost School of Music, he moved to Lake Worth to take a position with Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches. It was after putting down roots in Lake Worth that he became deeply involved in his community and his interest in local government intensified. Motivated by the prospect of progress in this beautiful, seven square-mile city, he decided to run for Lake Worth city commission. Commissioner Omari Hardy has been the City Commissioner for District 2 since he was first elected in March of 2017.

District 2 Commissioner Omari Hardy
Andy Amoroso
Vice Mayor / Commissioner District 3

Commissioner Andy Amoroso has been elected to serve District 3 since November of 2011 and in 2014 he ran unopposed for his second 2-year term and in 2016 was reelected for his 3rd 2-year term. As a native Floridian and a 37-year resident of Lake Worth, a longtime small business owner, former president of his Neighborhood Association and an active community leader, he is committed to make a positive difference for the citizens of Lake Worth. As former Vice-Chairman of the city's Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), Commissioner Amoroso has helped lead the effort to bring Publix and the Palm Beach County Cultural Council to Lake Worth, creating new jobs and adding to the city’s tax base.

District 3 Commissioner Andy Amoroso
Herman Robinson
Commissioner District 4

Commissioner Herman Robinson was elected to serve District 4 in March of2017. He has a long history of service to the Lake Worth community, beginning in 1999, when he was instrumental in establishing the Bryant Park Neighborhood Association, serving as its President for six years. During his tenure, the annual "Derby Day" celebration was initiated, as well as "The Great American Raft Race". Both events have become a Lake Worth tradition, and get bigger and better with each year. A founding member of the Neighborhood Associations President's Council (NACP) he has remained an active supporter of its city wide civic and recreational events. A member of the Lake Worth Kiwanis Club, Commissioner Robinson was elected President in 2004; in 2010 Kiwanis spearheaded development of the soccer field at Sunset Ridge Park.

District 4 Herman Robinson
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Pam Triolo

State of the City Address

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District 1 Commissioner Scott Maxwell

Scott Maxwell

Commissioner, District 1

 561-586-1731

smaxwell@lakeworthbeachfl.gov

District 2 Commissioner Omari Hardy

Omari Hardy

Commissioner, District 2

 561-586-1732

ohardy@lakeworthbeachfl.gov

District 3 Commissioner Andy Amoroso

Andy Amoroso

Commissioner, District 3

 561-586-1733

aamoroso@lakeworthbeachfl.gov

District 4 Herman Robinson

Herman Robinson

Commissioner, District 4

 561-586-1734

hrobinson@lakeworthbeachfl.gov

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