St. Petersburg voters face a lengthy municipal ballot on March 27. Besides the office of mayor, all voters will be asked to choose five City Council members and to decide 10 City Charter amendments and two parks referendums.
On Saturday, we published recommendations in the parks referendums.
Today, we publish our mayor's recommendation on this page and invite St. Petersburg readers to consult our recommendations on the 10 Charter amendments in the Neighborhood Times. On Monday, we will publish our recommendations for the five council races.