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Casselberry has the City Commission-City Manager form of government.  The City Commission consists of five members, who are elected to serve four year terms.  All members of the City Commission, including the Mayor/Commissioner, serve at large, meaning they represent the entire City and not specific districts or neighborhoods.

City Commission Email Directory:

All City Commission Members -

Mayor/Commissioner Charlene Glancy -

Commissioner Bill Hufford -

Commissioner Mark Busch -

Vice Mayor/Commissioner Andrew Meadows - 

Commissioner Anthony Aramendia - 


Charlene Glancy
Seat 5
Elected 2016
Term Expires 2020

Mayor Charlene Glancy was first elected Mayor/Commissioner in August 2008. She was re-elected for a second term in August 2012 and was unopposed to win the election for a third term in August 2016. She has served as Chair of the Mayors and Managers Group of Seminole County (2009 - 2012) and has also been serving on the Metroplan Municipal Advisory Committee since December 2008.  Mayor Glancy previously served on the City's Code Enforcement Board and Charter Review Advisory Committee. 

Mayor Glancy is past President of the  Women's Club of Casselberry.and also serves on the steering committee for Casselberry Community Task Force, organized by local service organizations and places of worship to eradicate hunger and homelessness.  Mayor Glancy has been a licensed realtor and property manager for over 26 years.  She and her husband, Dan, have been Casselberry residents since 1997.

Bill Hufford
Seat 4
Elected 2016
Term Expires 2020

Commissioner Bill Hufford was unopposed in the August 2016 election and is currently serving his first term on the City Commission. He is the alternate City representative on the Council of Local Governments in Seminole County (CALNO), and previously served on the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency Board, Economic Development Review Board, and the Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension Board.  He is also Past President of Casselberry Rotary, Past President of Casselberry Friends of the Park, and Past Chairman of Christian HELP.

Commissioner Hufford retired from SunTrust Banks after over 30 years of service. Currently, he serves as Deacon at Willow Creek Church.  He has a BS Degree from Purdue University and an MBA from University of Central Florida.  He and his wife, Colleen, have been married for over 45 years and have two adult children and three grandchildren.  They have lived in Casselberry since 1980.

Mark Busch
Seat 3
Elected 2018
Term Expires 2022

Commissioner Mark Busch was elected to his first term on the City Commission in November 2018. 

Andrew Meadows
Seat 2
Elected 2014
Term Expires 2018

Commissioner Andrew Meadows is currently serving his first term on the City Commission after being elected in August 2014 and is the current Vice Mayor.  He served as the Chairman of Planning and Zoning for two years and was a board member for two years prior. He previously served on the Lakes Management Advisory board as Vice Chair as well as the Casselberry Housing Task Force.

He is a current board member for the Casselberry Chamber of Commerce and also serves on the Seminole County School’s E-Pathways Committee after previously serving on the Vocational Career Committee.  Commissioner Meadows is a local business owner and has a degree in Finance from the University of Florida. He and his wife Kim have been Casselberry residents since 2003.

Anthony Aramendia
Seat 1
Elected 2014
Term Expires 2018

Commissioner Aramendia has served on the City Commission since November 2011 when he was appointed to fill a vacancy for Seat #1 until the City election in August 2012.  At that election, he was unopposed and completed the remainder of the term which expired in 2014.  At the City election in August, 2014, Commissioner Aramendia again ran unopposed for Seat #1 and is presently serving his first full term on the Commission.

Commissioner Aramendia serves as the City's representative on, and is Chairman of, the Council of Local Governments in Seminole County (CALNO).   He is also the current Vice President of the Seminole Cultural Arts Council, Vice President of Casselberry's Friends of the Park, Chairman of the annual "Earthfest" event, a Member of the Habitat for Humanity Seminole-Apopka Board of Directors, a Leadership Seminole #25 Alumni, and a Member on both the Leadership Seminole Government Committee and the Arts and Culture Committee.

Commissioner Aramendia previously served on the Casselberry Planning and Zoning Commission for four years, two years as the Vice Chairman, and was Chairman for Casselberry's Housing Task Force.  He has been a City resident since 2004.

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