The candidates for Palm Beach Gardens City Council will be squaring off in a candidate forum featuring an in-depth discussion of city issues on Thursday, Feb. 28.
The forum will moderated by Daniel Martell, president and CEO of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County. It will begin at 7 p.m. at the Palm Beach County Library’s Gardens branch, located at 11303 Campus Dr. in Palm Beach Gardens. (The program is not being sponsored or endorsed by the Palm Beach County Library.)
The Group 4 election will be held on March 12. The seat has been vacant since former Mayor David Levy resigned to run for the Palm Beach County Commission. Levy — who has also served as Gardens councilman and is a small business owner and an adjunct professor at Palm Beach State College — is now running for his old seat. His opponent is James D’Loughy, an attorney, owner of Advisor-Law PLLC and a member of Frenchman’s Reserve homeowners association board.
The event is being sponsored by the Palm Beach County Taxpayer Action Board, Palm Beach County Tea Party, Palm Beach Gardens Residents Coalition, PBGWatch and South Florida 912.
For more information, call 561-972-8789.
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