City Candidates Set Dream Policy for Dunedin

Candidates were asked: If you could leave one indelible policy mark on Dunedin, what would it be?

This week, we asked the City of Dunedin candidates:

  • If you could leave one indelible policy mark on Dunedin, what would it be 

Click on the Mayoral Candidates to read their response on the Patch Podium:

Click on the Commission Seat 3 candidates to read their response on the  Patch Podium:

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Happier October 24, 2012 at 07:01 PM
Judy - stop posting the same baseless claim on every story!!! Ed - we already know you are in the bag for Gracy, Hackworth. By the way, Hackworth was voted out for a reason and Gracy has been bought by DFAC.
-Ed Harris- October 24, 2012 at 09:02 PM
Thank you Happier, don't know where I'd be today without your advise!
-Ed Harris- October 24, 2012 at 09:57 PM
Judy could you please remove your comment from here it is out of place and has been answered on the correct page. Thanks
Katie Dolac October 24, 2012 at 10:44 PM
Judy is not required to remove her comment. If anyone would like to join or catch up on the conversation regarding the concerns Judy raised above, please follow this link and scroll into the comment section: http://dunedin.patch.com/articles/tom-anderson-chamber-board-members-give-to-david-carson
bill coleman October 25, 2012 at 10:43 PM
It’s really a wonder anyone would want to run for political office. I know a lot of capable, intelligent and verbally blessed people in Dunedin who would make excellent Commissioners or Mayor. Our “Dream” for the city should be finding a way to humanize the process. It’s, who is tough enough, who has the thickest skin, who can distort the facts to suit themselves, who can put up the most signs, who can collect the most money. Maybe I’m just dreaming or has it turned into a nightmare?


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