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Bayside special election
by Tim Delaney
Sep 16, 2010 | 1128 views | 4 4 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print


Editor:

Circumstances have called for a special election for the Bayside City Council. Unfortunately, three members resigned their obligation to the town back in May, which has caused an extra expense for the town.

So we have three positions open to fill in this November gubernatorial election on Nov. 2.

After carefully looking at the candidates for these positions, I have decided on three excellent people who want to further the town’s position to grow, as well as accommodate the people who live here.

I hope you join me in voting for Karen Clark for position No. 1 on the council, Al Posas, position No. 4 on the council and Orville Downs, position No. 5 on the council.

All three of these candidates have demonstrated a desire to make this community a cohesive union. I like that. Not one resident in Bayside would be excluded from the representation, regardless of their opinion or stance on issues.

While the other candidates demonstrate a likeable demeanor, they do not convince me that they would work hard for the betterment of Bayside.

Please, voters of Bayside, vote for Clark, Posas, and Downs in this upcoming special election. Early voting in person begins Oct. 18 and ends Oct. 29. Please vote.

Election Day is Nov. 2.

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markmin
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September 16, 2010
Delaney is the same man that recommended the other 3 candidates that are now being investigated for nepotism. Wow
markmin
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September 16, 2010
Delaney speaks of obligation to the town. At least they went to the meetings. For years while Delaney was mayor, he only showed up to every third meeting so they couldn't kick him off. What kind of obligation is that. And now he wants everyone to consider his choice. I will vote the opposite of anyone he wants.
markmin
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September 16, 2010
This is coming from a man that has not been to a meeting in 10 years. He was appointed chairman to the planning commission and didn't even make his first meeting Tuesday night. He says they convinced him that they were the better candidates when chances are he has never even talked to them about the town. Ask him and see.