On the evening of November 5th, Homestead welcomed Mayor Steven D. Losner, Vice Mayor Julio Guzman, Councilwoman Erica G. Àvila, and Councilwoman Jenifer N. Bailey for new terms on the dais.
Mayor Steven D. Losner was sworn in by Judge Jose E. Martinez. Mayor Losner was reelected and will serve a two-year term as Mayor of Homestead. He was first elected as Mayor in 2019 and previously served on the Homestead City Council during 2001-2007. He has been an active member of many community organizations including the Rotary Club of Homestead.
Vice Mayor Julio Guzman took the Oath of Office administered by Teresa King Kenney. Vice Mayor Guzman was elected to a two-year term as Vice Mayor and a four-year term as Councilman to represent Council Seat #1. He was first appointed to the Homestead City Council to fill Council Seat #1 and served from February to November 2009.
Councilwoman Erica G. Àvila was sworn in by Carlos A. Àvila. Councilwoman Àvila was reelected and is serving a four-year term as Councilwoman for Council Seat #5, which includes the Waterstone and Malibu Bay Communities. She was first appointed as a Homestead council member in that seat in 2020.
Councilwoman Jenifer N. Bailey had her Oath of Office administered by her son, Jackson Bailey. Councilwoman Bailey was re-elected to a four-year term in Council Seat #5. She was first elected as a Homestead council member in that seat in 2017.
To find out more information on these and all of Homestead’s elected officials, please visit www.cityofhomestead.com/elected.