City of Pinellas Park Mission Statement
Provide policy decisions that will facilitate superior, yet cost-effective municipal services and promote the
highest quality of life for those who live and work in the community.
Top row, left to right: Assistant City Attorney Lauren Rubenstein, Vice-Mayor Jerry Mullins, City Attorney James Denhardt,
City Clerk Diane M. Corna, Councilwoman Patricia "Patti" Johnson and City Manager Doug Lewis.
Bottom row, left to right: Councilman Rick Butler, Mayor Sandra Bradbury and Councilman William "Ed" E. Taylor.
The City Attorney's Office prepares or reviews all ordinances, resolutions, contracts, bonds and other
instruments concerning the City and reviews all contracts in which the City is a party. The City Attorney
is represented at most official City meetings. The City Attorney acts as a Prosecuting Attorney at Code
Enforcement Board meetings.