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Councilman Chuck Kiester's open forum

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Councilman Chuck Kiester leads a forum with residents Wednesday evening, March 25, in the Community Room.
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  • Electric rates and electric takeover by the city takes charge among topics at Councilman Chuck Kiester's forum Wednesday evening.  Resident Janet M. O'Connell, left, said she feared rate spikes when LCEC's energy provider becomes FPL in 2010. LCEC's Key Account Executive Tricia Dorn, right, said rates would not increase and LCEC would still be the electric distributor.
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  • Island resident Karen Glaub says she agrees with Councilman Chuck Kiester that Marco needs to have a strong mayor form of government. The idea was mentioned while discussing the review and rewrite of the city's charter at Kiester's open forum Wednesday evening in the Community Room.
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  • Councilman Chuck Kiester leads a forum with residents Wednesday evening, March 25, in the Community Room.
Kelly Farrell
  • City Councilman Chuck Kiester's open forum held Wednesday evening in Council Chambers was a crowd pleaser. About 50 attendees clapped and appreciated an extension of their usual four minutes of talking time with Councilors. Residents talked with Kiester about hot city topics such as Tract K, electric takeover, a Marco high school, dogs in the park, a potential mayor position, the forensic audit and septic tank use.
Russ Colombo, EAGLE i contributor

Scenes from Marco City Councilman Chuck Kiester's open forum with residents in the Community Room March 25, 2009.

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