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Mtka Ward 3 Candidate Forum
Streaming Video Link
Minnetonka Ward 3 Candidate Forum
7:00 – 8:30PM, Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Learn about your candidates for the April 10th special election to fill Minnetonka's Ward 3 City Council seat. Questions were taken in writing from the audience, and online. The forum is available HERE on streaming video and will be rebroadcast repeatedly on city cable TV. The schedule through March 31 for Comcast Ch 16/859 and Prism Ch 238/1238 is: Sun 2PM, Mon 4PM, Tues 9:30PM, Wed 2PM, Thur 10PM, Fri 7:30PM, Sat 1PM.
The candidates are: Kim Wilson, Keith Waxelman, Brooks Johnson, Elena Imaretska and Mike Happe. For more information on the election, the timeline and the candidates, see https://eminnetonka.com/elections/1910-minnetonka-to-hold-special-election-for-ward-3-council-seat. There will not be a primary election; the candidate receiving the most votes in the special election wins,
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The 2018 update of Citizen's Directory for Elected Officials (2018_citizen_directory.pdf) is now available. This handy tri-fold brochure provides contacts for our local, state and federal public servants. Let your voice be heard! There is also information on voting.
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