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Full Slate Running for Office in Indian Rocks Beach

Election | Qualifying | Voting

Voters will have a chance to choose among candidates for mayor and two commission seats.

INDIAN ROCKS BEACH – Voters in this beach community will go to the polls March 13 to choose a mayor and two commission members.

When qualifying closed at noon today (Dec. 11), two candidates had signed up to run for mayor and three had put their names in the hat for the two available seats on the Indian Rocks Beach City Commission.

Vice Mayor Joanne “Cookie” Kennedy is running for mayor. Her opponent is Donald House, Jr.

Edward Hoofnagle is running for reelection to the commission. The other two candidates are Jude Bond and Nick Palomba.

Indian Rocks Beach is a commission-manager form of government. A five-member commission consisting of a mayor and four commissioners set policy and pass a budget while a professional city manager oversees the daily activities of the city. The commission also hires the city manager, city attorney and city clerk as well as appoints citizens to serve on various county and city boards and commissions. Members of the city commission also represent Indian Rocks Beach on local, regional and state boards.

Commission members serve two-year terms. The election is March 13.

For information about Indian Rocks Beach, go to indian-rocks-beach.com.

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Full Slate Runs for Office in Indian Rocks Beach
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Full Slate Runs for Office in Indian Rocks Beach
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Voters will have a chance to choose among candidates for mayor and two commission seats.
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