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Kenneth City, Seminole holding forums for council candidates this week

Kenneth City

Council candidates meet public Thursday

The town will host a candidates' night at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Community Hall, 4600 58th St. N. Incumbents Al Carrier and Wanda Dudley and challengers Joann DeSimone and Ron Neuberger are running in the March 9 election for two seats on the Kenneth City Town Council. The two top vote-getters will take office. Dudley has said she will not be at Thursday's event because she will be out of town on a previously scheduled family issue. The meeting is open to the public.


Forum will let public meet council candidates

Seminole is sponsoring a forum so residents can meet the candidates running for two seats in the March 9 election. The forum is at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Seminole City Hall, 9199 113th St. N.

Candidates can make opening and closing statements, and written questions will be taken from the floor. Questions also can be e-mailed to the City Clerk,, before 4 p.m. Wednesday. The forum will be streamed live over the Internet at myseminole. com, televised live on Channel 615 and rebroadcast throughout the week.

The forum is open to the public.

Candidates are Thomas "Thom" M. Barnhorn, Christopher Burke, Thomas J. Christy, Arden Ford, Randall J. Hendricks, James Joseph Quinn and Bill Smith.

St. Pete Beach

Need help with Fido? Try an obedience class

Dog obedience classes are being offered at the St. Pete Beach Community Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive. Weekly one-hour sessions, taught by instructor Phyllis Mazzaris, will teach basic dog obedience and training through positive reinforcement. Dates and time vary depending on need. The cost is $65 per six-week session. Call (727) 898-1054, (727) 459-3562 or visit

Kenneth City, Seminole holding forums for council candidates this week 02/06/10 [Last modified: Friday, February 5, 2010 4:16pm]
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