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VIDEO: Sept. 21 Petaluma council and mayoral forum

Ten candidates for Petaluma City Council and mayor sought to set themselves apart from the herd Tuesday night by firing off their best answers to crucial questions in one-minute bursts during a forum at City Hall. Two incumbents and seven others are running for three council seats, while four candidates are seeking the mayor’s job, which is elected separately in Petaluma.

The video of the forum is broken into three separate parts, divided below into separate video players.





4 Responses to “VIDEO: Sept. 21 Petaluma council and mayoral forum”

  1. Herb Genelly says:

    So working for Government is not working in Government? And a candidate, who contributed his own money to his pension out of his salary is doing something wrong? Last time I checked, even elected officials (Judges, DA, Supervisors), can collect a pension having served enough time to be vested. So Albertson’s guilty of exactly what? You naysayers have to get over the fact that public safety employees took a lower paying government job that had security via retirement benefits.

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  2. Time for change says:

    From their responses to the questions, here’s how I rank only the top 4 council candidates:

    Wyatt
    Johnson
    Barrett
    Albertson

    For mayor:
    Mayne
    Glass

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  3. Jay C. says:

    Here’s how I rank it:

    City Council

    Davies
    Harris
    Barrett
    Kerney
    Albertson
    Johnson
    Nau
    And then the guy at the very end who can’t sit still in his chair.

    Mayoral Candidates:
    Glass
    Mayne

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  4. goodbyekerns says:

    A point of clarification for you Mr. Albertson. You spent 38 years as a government employee with taxpayers paying your salary. You have not spent day one IN government. You have never been elected to or appointed to any government post. Just be honest with us, ok?

    And is it true that your government pension pays you $12,000 per month?

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