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150 Residents attend Pasadena Mayoral Forum Wednesday- Election is March 10

by Terry Miller
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On the evening before Mayor Bogaard’s final State of the City address, six candidates competing for his long-held Mayoral seat attended a candidates’ forum at a local church Wednesday evening.
About 150 people attended the forum where the Mayoral candidates were asked to forsake “canned stump speeches” in favor of local issues, primarily three issues they feel are crucial for the city’s new mayor to address.
The forum/expo was hosted by the Downtown Pasadena Neighborhood Association at the Pasadena Presbyterian Church.
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Mayoral hopefuls: Allen Shay, Don Morgan, Terry Tornek, Bill Thomson, Jacque Robinson and Jason Hardin addressed a wide range of issues like reducing local emissions, which all six candidates say they support to the 710 Freeway tunnel, which all six candidates say they strongly oppose. The contentious and controversial issue of land use and economic development in a fast paced, growth oriented Pasadena were the top topics voters wanted answers to from their future mayor.
The primary election is March 10. If no candidate receives 50 percent of the vote, the top two candidates will take part in a run-off election April 21.

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