Madeira Beach, FL, August 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Engel & Völkers Madeira Beach is proud to announce that Managing Broker Michael Wyckoff was appointed to the City Planning Commission at the Thursday, August 10, 2017 meeting.
Mr Wyckoff brings over 25 years of real estate experience to the commission. He has also been a Madeira Beach resident for over 35 years. The commission works with the Planning and Zoning Department to maintain the unique beach community character while working toward a vision of improved land and water uses.
“Madeira Beach is where I live, work and play,” said Mr Wyckoff. “I look forward to serving the city and residents of Madeira Beach.”
About Madeira Beach
Madeira Beach, or "Mad Beach" as it's known to the locals, is an island town made up of approximately 4,500 residents. While a small portion of the city lies on the mainland, the majority of the land that makes up the city of Madeira Beach is bordered on the west by the white sands of Gulf of Mexico, and on the east by the intracoastal waterway. The northern border is shared with Redington Beach and the southern border is John's Pass bridge, shared with Treasure Island. There are points within the city where the land is less than 100 yards wide. The city's unofficial slogan is "two miles long and a smile wide."