As a city council member, I will always put the people of Vero Beach first. Our citizens need elected officials who will protect their freedoms and be good stewards of their taxpayer dollars.
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3845 Indian River Drive East
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Tracey Zudans has served the community in a wide variety of volunteer and philanthropic roles, including as a Trustee for the Indian River County Hospital District.
Tracey graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Advertising. She currently serves as a board member on the Veteran’s Council of Indian River County.
In her role as a community advocate she has worked with organizations like the Indian River County Healthy Start Coalition, Child Care Resources, the We Care Foundation, the Buggy Bunch, and the Live Like Cole Foundation.
She was recently honored as a Junior League of Indian River Woman of the Year nominee for 2020 and was awarded “Fiscal Conservative of the Year” from the Taxpayer’s Association of Indian River County.
Tracey has been active in Impact 100, a philanthropic effort by women in Indian River County which provides grants throughout the local community, and she also served as Co-President of the Saint Edward’s School Parents Association.
Her husband, Dr. Val Zudans, is a former Mayor of Vero Beach. They have four children.
We must complete the Three Corners Project as outlined in “Standing O Plan.” We must get the water and sewer off of the Lagoon. Clean water is at the heart of our community, and I'm excited about the Three Corners Project as an ideal complement to our beautiful natural resources. We cannot allow this project to languish. Our future is at stake.
I will be a fiscally conservative advocate against new taxes and in favor of economic recovery for our community. While we must seek new opportunities for economic advancement, we must remember what has made Vero such a wonderful place to live. We are a community of hard-working entrepreneurs and families. We must hold the line on spending and respect the taxpayers’ resources.
On the Hospital District I had the opportunity to testify in front of the public service commission about the benefits to our community for the sale of Vero Electric to FPL. I had the pleasure of engaging the community members about the most important aspect of their lives, their health, particularly with revitalizing the Gifford Health Center. I worked hard in the successful process of bringing world class health care to our community culminating in Cleveland Clinic. I participated in negotiating 4 budget cycles for a similarly sized public entity.
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I’m committed to Vero Beach, and I believe I’m well prepared to serve on the City Council.
I’m proud of my service as a Hospital District trustee, especially in returning robust health care in the Gifford community.
I promise to work with you to realize our Vision for Vero.