George Mirabella


Commissioner Mirabella was first elected to the Board in 2012, was reelected in 2014, and began his current term following reelection in 2018

George has served as Secretary/Treasurer from November 2018 to the present

The #1 reason why Commissioner Mirabella ran for the board was to increase local volunteer membership in the Fire Department and Ambulance Corporation by encouraging volunteerism, participating and re-establishing the Explorer Program with Coral Shores High School to enable students interested in becoming professional firefighters to become certified.

Prior to Moving to the Keys:

George and his family lived in North Bellmore, Long Island, New York, where he is a lifetime member of the North Bellmore Volunteer Fire Department. George started volunteering with the North Bellmore Volunteer Fire Department in 1972.  After 10 years of training and schooling George was promoted to Captain in 1982.  George and his wife, Annmarie and his son Thomas moved to Key Largo in 2000.  George was recertified as an EMT in 2004 and became a member of the Key Largo Volunteer Ambulance Corp. George then became a member Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department and became a certified Florida Fire Fighter II in 2005.

The District adopted a resolution in 2015 disqualifying sitting Commissioners from serving as volunteers with the Department; and George retired from the Key largo Volunteer Ambulance Corp. and the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department after serving as a volunteer for 11 years.

Professional Life & Affiliations:

George has been an employee of the Florida Keys Electric Coop since 2006.