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The candidates next door

Original post made on Oct 12, 2009

Fourteen candidates -- including 13 newcomers and one political veteran -- will be jostling for five seats on the City Council on Nov. 3. A few, including former school board member Gail Price and planning commissioner Karen Holman, hope to bring years of civic engagement and policymaking experience to a larger stage. One, Larry Klein, is an incumbent seeking his fourth term on the nine-member council.

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