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St. Pete Preservation candidate forum on Oct. 15

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Saint Petersburg Preservation and the St. Petersburg Museum of History will co-sponsor a Candidates Forum on Thursday, October 15, 7PM, at the St. Petersburg Museum of History, 335 2nd Avenue, NE. Both mayoral and city council candidates have been invited to attend. The event is open to the public. Each candidate will be asked several questions related to historic resources and preservation, after which questions will be taken from the audience. The Museum is located on the approach to the…

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Ray Arsenault to moderate Sept. 23 candidate forum at Lakewood High

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Hosted by South Pinellas Area Neighborhoods (SPAN), a working collaboration between community groups that represent the interests of St Petersburg and Pinellas County’s southernmost neighborhoods. We represent nearly 10,000 households and are dedicated to improving and promoting neighborhood spirit, economic development and a positive image for the area south of Lake Maggiore by representing our neighborhoods through unified communications. The neighborhoods hosting are: Lakewood Estates Civic Association Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association Coquina Key Neighborhood Association Maximo Moorings Civic Association…

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West St. Pete candidate forum may be scrapped as Kathleen Ford, Bill Foster look to limit number of mayoral debates

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During the recent primary, there seemed to be a political forum every evening. On many nights, there were multiple forums scheduled with candidates rushing from one neighborhood association to the next. Rarely was something said at one forum that wasn’t heard at a previous meeting. It was deja vu over and over again. Well, it appears Kathleen Ford and Bill Foster are putting a stop to the insanity. Apparently, the two candidates have agreed to limit the number of debates…

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Jungle Terrace to host candidate forum

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From the Bay Buzz: Hear from the candidates at the Jungle Terrace Civic Association meeting Monday. The public meeting will be at 7 p.m. at Walter Fuller Recreation Center, 7891 26th. Ave. N. Candidates will give an introduction and answer questions. Jamie Bennett, Paul Congemi, Kathleen Ford, Bill Foster, Deveron Gibbons, Scott Wagman and Larry Williams are all scheduled to attend. In the City Council races, District 6 candidates Karl Nurse and Vel Thompson are scheduled to attend, as is…

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