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Voters invited to meet the candidates for City Council

CLEARWATER — The Sand Key Civic Association is offering the public a chance to meet candidates for the City Council at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Clearwater Community Sailing Center, 1001 Gulf Blvd.
 
The March 11 municipal election has drawn the attention of five candidates vying for two seats on the city council.
 
The contest for Seat 5, currently held by term-limited Vice Mayor Paul Gibson, will be a two-person race. Local businessman Hoyt Hamilton, co-owner of the Palm Pavilion restaurant and Palm Pavilion Inn, and military veteran Jon Paul Rosa are vying for the seat.
 
The race for Seat 4, currently held by Councilman Bill Jonson, has turned into a three-way contest. Jonson is seeking re-election. His challengers are David Allbritton, CEO of David Allbritton Building Contractor, Inc., who has served on a number of city boards during the past 14 years; and Konrad McCree, Jr., a business analyst for Wellcare Health Plans, Inc., and senior pastor at Simply Kingdom Ministries, a nondenominational church.
 
Candidates will respond to audience questions, discuss their basic views and opinions, and express why they’re the best choice for the council seat.

Published:   |   Updated: January 22, 2014 at 07:40 PM

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CLEARWATER — The Sand Key Civic Association is offering the public a chance to meet candidates for the City Council at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Clearwater Community Sailing Center, 1001 Gulf Blvd.
 
The March 11 municipal election has drawn the attention of five candidates vying for two seats on the city council.
 
The contest for Seat 5, currently held by term-limited Vice Mayor Paul Gibson, will be a two-person race. Local businessman Hoyt Hamilton, co-owner of the Palm Pavilion restaurant and Palm Pavilion Inn, and military veteran Jon Paul Rosa are vying for the seat.
 
The race for Seat 4, currently held by Councilman Bill Jonson, has turned into a three-way contest. Jonson is seeking re-election. His challengers are David Allbritton, CEO of David Allbritton Building Contractor, Inc., who has served on a number of city boards during the past 14 years; and Konrad McCree, Jr., a business analyst for Wellcare Health Plans, Inc., and senior pastor at Simply Kingdom Ministries, a nondenominational church.
 
Candidates will respond to audience questions, discuss their basic views and opinions, and express why they’re the best choice for the council seat.

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