9 CANDIDATES JOUST TO FILL VACANT SEAT.
Byline: Jim Skeen Daily News Staff Writer
Nine candidates are vying in the Nov. 4 election to fill the remaining term of the City Council seat formerly held by Paul Ingram Paul Ingram was the county Republican Party Chairman of Thurston County, Washington and the Chief Civil Deputy of the Sheriff's department, accused by his daughters of satanic ritual abuse in 1988. .
The winner of the special election will serve for one year. Ingram, the city's former police chief, resigned July 2 to move to Santa Rosa Santa Rosa, city, Argentina
Santa Rosa, city (1991 pop. 80,629), capital of La Pampa prov., central Argentina. It is a modern city and road junction surrounded by a rich agricultural and cattle-raising area. to resume his law enforcement career.
Vying for the post are Larell Anthoney, a real estate broker; Lyle Byington, who is retired; Kim Collins Kim Collins (born April 5, 1976) is a sprinter from Saint Kitts and Nevis. In 2003, he became the World Champion in the 100 m.
Collins made his debut at major championship at the 1997 World Championships, where he failed to qualify for the second round in the , who lists her profession as self-employed; Robert C. Dacey, a golf pro; Gregory Forystek, an industrial electrician; Fred Hilton, a retired FAA electronics engineer; Pierre Poudevigne, a telecommunications specialist; Bob Smith, a retired firefighter; and Lottie Walker, a retired cosmetologist cos·me·tol·o·gy
The study or art of cosmetics and their use.
[French cosmétologie : cosmétique, cosmetic; see cosmetic + -logie, -logy. and a former council member.
Whoever wins the post will join a council that is grappling with finding ways to fund municipal services This article or section deals primarily with the United Kingdom and does not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
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An annual tax of $53 per parcel that provided more than $2 million a year for city services The examples and perspective in this article or section may represent an unduly geographically limited view of the subject.
Please [ improve this article] or discuss the issue on the talk page. expired in June 1995. Four attempts to replace that tax have been voted down.
An assessment intended to raise $828,495 for fire protection services was approved by the City Council in September 1996, but the passage of Proposition 218 last November means that tax will end in June.
Proposition 218 is intended to block municipal governments from enacting property-based assessments or increasing existing assessments without the approval of voters and specifically forbids property-based assessments for fire and police services.