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Two Re-Elected in Pinellas Park

Pinellas Park Mayor Sandy Bradbury is facing a challenge from Keith Sabiel, the city’s former public utilities director.

PINELLAS PARK – Rick Butler and Jerry Mullins were re-elected to the City Council last week when the filing deadline ended and no one showed up to run against them.

However, Mayor Sandy Bradbury will face former Pinellas Park employee Keith Sabiel in the March election.

Bradbury was elected to the City Council in March  2002, and re-elected in 2006, 2010 and elected as mayor in 2012 and re-elected as mayor in 2014. She is the daughter of former Mayor Cecil Bradbury.

Sabiel retired from city employment last year. He ran unsuccessfully last March against Patti Johnson for a seat on the council.

Butler was first elected to the council in 1998 and was re-elected in 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012. Before serving on the council he served as a member of the Pinellas Park Community Development Citizens Advisory Committee and the City of Pinellas Park Board of Adjustment. He is a Realtor.

Mullins was elected to the council in March 2008 and re-elected in March 2012. Currently, Mullins represents the city on the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), Kiwanis Club of Pinellas Park, Pinellas Planning Council and the Angel Fund Board of Directors. He and his wife own a concrete pumping business.

Pinellas Park is the fourth largest city in Pinellas County with about 50,000 residents. It has a council-manager form of government in which a mayor and four-member council are responsible for setting policy, passing a budget, hiring a city manager, city clerk and city attorney. A city manager oversees the daily activities of the city. Council members serve four-year terms. They run at-large in an non-partisan election for numbered seats.

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