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Pinellas Park election qualifying closes Nov. 19

PINELLAS PARK — Anyone who wants to run for a seat on this city's council needs to run on down to City Hall. The qualifying period closes at 1 p.m. Thursday.

The seats up for grabs are mayor, currently held by Bill Mischler, and the council seats held by Ed Taylor and Sandy Bradbury. Mischler already has qualified to run for re-election. Taylor has picked up his qualification packet. The mayor serves a two-year term, and council members serve four-year terms. The election is March 9. For information, call City Clerk Diane Corna at (727) 541-0706.

Pinellas Park election qualifying closes Nov. 19 11/17/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 11:46am]
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