In Clearwater, a crowded field of council candidates zeroes in on the issues - 2019-12-11

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F7.png In Clearwater, a crowded field of council candidates zeroes in on the issues December 11, 2019, Tracey McManus, Tampa Bay Times

CLEARWATER — From affordable housing and climate change to economic development and Scientology, the first candidate forum of the season laid out the breadth issues the new City Council will face after the March 17 election.

It also highlighted the size of the field. Thirteen candidates are running for three seats, and they all showed up to make their case to voters.

The forum, hosted by residents Lori Green and Ron Ogden at the St. Petersburg College Clearwater library, attracted an audience of more than 60 people last Saturday morning.

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