Hear from the Candidates Running for Pinellas Park Mayor
Sandy Bradbury and Donna Saxer are running for mayor of Pinellas Park.
PINELLAS PARK – Voters here will have a chance to hear from the two candidates who are running for Pinellas Park mayor during a Saturday (Jan. 27) forum.
The forum is scheduled for 11 a.m. at Mainlands Unit 6, 3550 Mainlands Blvd. N in Pinellas Park.
Sandy Bradbury is running for her fourth term as Pinellas Park mayor. She is facing a challenge from retired Pinellas Park police Officer Donna Saxer.
It has a council-manager form of government in which a mayor and four council members set policy and pass a budget. A city manager oversees the daily activities of the city. The mayor and council members serve two-year terms. They generally meet at least twice a month. The non-partisan seats are voted on citywide. The mayor is paid about $22,507 annually. Council members earn about $19,506 per year.
The election is March 13. The last day to register to vote in the Pinellas Park election is Feb. 12. Online voter registration is available.
Photo shows Sandy Bradbury, left, and Donna Saxer.
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