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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS - MARCH 12


With Voting Recommendations (see pages 6-14)
March 1, 2013 SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH EVERYONE Number 13-2
On Tuesday, March 12, 2012, voters in many (not all)
munici palities in Palm Beach County will choose
members for their city governments. [See the
notes for your city on pages xx to yy.]
Did You Know?
Your vote has more of an impact in a
small municipal election than it does in a
statewide election.
If Your City Has A Municipal
Election, We Recommend You
Vote By Mail
In case you didnt know: All previous requests
for mail ballots expired on January 1, 2011. You
will not receive an absentee ballot in 2013 unless
you have applied for one since then. ##
Verify Your Voting Status Now!
If you received a mail ballot in 2012, you should
have already received one for the March election.
However, if you havent yet received one, and you
think you have requested one, we recommend
you check the status of your Mail Ballot by using
the voter information lookup at: http://tinyurl.
com/7dvp2vv ##
Its Not Too Late. You can apply for an
absentee ballot right up to March 6th from your
Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Offce.
Dont put it off. Do it now!
by phone: (561) 656-6200,
by email: absentee@pbcelections.org
on-line: www.pbcelections.org
Most voters dont vote in Municipal elections
they feel its too much trouble to go to the polls
to vote for one or two candidates--so they dont
vote. But if you receive a ballot in the mail, your
chances of doing your civic duty, are quite high!
Mail ballots are sent to your home between 35 and
28 days before election day. ##
Absentee ballots cannot be forwarded by
the US Post Offce, nor will they be held. If a bal-
lot is returned to the supervisor of elections by the
US Post Offce as undeliverable, all future absen-
tee ballot requests will be canceled until the su-
pervisors offce is contacted by the voter. ##
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What Is a City Government?
City government is the legislative body that
governs a city, town, municipality or local
government area.
City councils generally consist of several (usually
somewhere between 5 and 50, depending on the
citys size) elected aldermen or councillors. Other
common titles for members of the council include
councilmember, councilman/woman, or alder-
man.
In some cities, the mayor is a voting member of
the council who serves as chairman (weak mayor);
in others, the mayor is the citys independent chief
executive (or strong mayor) with veto power over
city council legislation. In larger cities the council
may elect other executive positions as well, such
as a council president and speaker.
The council generally functions as a parliamentary
or congressional style legislative body, proposing
bills, holding votes, and passing laws to help
govern the city.
The role of the mayor in the council varies
depending on whether or not the city uses
council-manager government or mayor-council
government, and by the nature of the statutory
authority given to it by state law, city charter, or
municipal ordinance.
Under the council-manager form of government
for municipalities, the elected governing body
(commonly called a city council, city commission,
or board of selectmen) is responsible for the
legislative function of the municipality such as
establishing policy, passing local ordinances,
voting appropriations, and developing an overall
vision.
The legislative body, which is voted into offce
by public elections, appoints a professional
manager to oversee the administrative operations,
implement its policies, and advise it. The position
of mayor present in this type of legislative body
is a largely ceremonial title, and may be selected
by the council from among its members or elected
as an at-large council member with no executive
functions.
The city manager position in this form of
municipal government is similar to that of
corporate chief executive offcer (CEO), providing
professional management to the board of directors.
Council-manager government is much like a
publicly-traded corporation. In a corporation,
Three Forms of City and County Governments
[Continued on page 3, MANAGER]
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the board of directors appoints a CEO, makes
major decisions and wields representative power
on behalf of shareholders. In council-manager
government, the elected council appoints a city
manager, makes major decisions, and wields
representative power on behalf of the citizens.
There is also a mayor pro tem councilmember.
In cities where the council elects the mayor for
one year at a time, the mayor pro tem is in line to
become the mayor in the next year. In cities where
the mayor is elected by the citys voters, the mayor
pro tem serves simply to serve as acting mayor
in the absence of the mayor. This position is also
known as vice mayor. ##
Why Should I Vote in This
Municipal Election?
Your City Council provides services that are mostly
focused on land use and on urban and community
development. These services include local road
and pipe networks (water supply and sewage
disposal), rubbish collection, street lighting, public
libraries, swimming pools and playgrounds.
The ability to provide for local needs is one of the
strengths of local government. This means services
can differ from place to place. For instance, some
councils may provide more public sports grounds,
art galleries, and community halls, while others
may concentrate on commercial development.
The city services you receive depend greatly on
the philosophy of the Council Members you elect.
A council member associated with the 1% will be
most interested in developing property for proft.
A council member associated with the 99% will be
most interested in development for people.
Voters seldom concern themselves with Municipal
Elections. Often, a council election will be decided
by only a few hundred votes in all. Council elections
often are decided by how many friends each
candidate has, or how much money is spent by each
candidate.
[MANAGER, Continued from page 2]
[Continued on page 4, WHY VOTE]
Elections 2013
Mark Your 2013 Calendar!
Deadline to request a mail ballot: March 6, 2013
No Early Voting
Municipal Election Day: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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But each voter should be concerned with the
philosophy of the candidates running for their
city council. Find out what occupation, work
experience, and political philosophy your city
council candidates had before running for their
current seat. Dont let others make the decision
for you.
Your Democratic Party or local Democratic Club
can give you information and guidance about
candidates for city council seats. Watch for more
information in our February 13th issue.
[Note: there may not be a Municipal Election in your
precinct in 2012. The candidate qualifying period
ends January 11 in some municipalities, February
14 in others. There will be an election only if there is
at least one opposed candidate. Deadline for ballot
measures is February 14. We will tell you more in
your February 13 issue. And of course, if there is an
election in your precinct, you will get an absentee
ballot--if you have requested one.]
We cant say this too often: The best way to vote
in a Municipal Election is to apply for an absentee
ballot. Many voters cant see the point in taking
time off on Municipal Election Day to vote for one
or two Council candidates. If you vote by mail, the
ballot comes to you in the mail, you dont have to
take time off from work to vote, and you are being
a committed voting citizen. ##
Why Should I Vote In Every
Election?
Many citizens only vote in a Presidential election
year. Many citizens only vote in a Presidential
election year in the November General Election.
Many dont vote every line in the ballotthey feel
they dont know enough about ballot measures,
amendments, judicial contests, mayoral races,
school board races, city council races, and so on.
Follow The Democratic Voter to stay abreast of
these important items--dont be a low information
voter.
What Is a
Committed Voter?
Committed Voters are those who commit
themselves to vote in every election, every year.
They recognize that voting is an essential part
of democracy. They recognize that it is every
American citizens fundamental right to be able to
voice their opinion and their duty to take part in
electing public offcials.
By voting, committed voters take a stand and
help decide who represents them and how their
governments (local, state, and federal) work.
A Committed voter recognizes that citizens
not only have rights, but with these rights come
responsibilities.
A Committed voter participates in the political
process by being an informed and active member
of society.
A Committed voter is one who commits him/
herself to vote in every election.
When You Dont Vote
When you dont vote in Municipal and Primary
Elections, by default you cast your vote against
the person your philosophy would prefer. When
you dont vote, that vote is one less the opposition
has to overcome, thus your no-vote is a vote
for those you dont prefer. The inconvenience of
voting is just one small price to pay for the liberty
we enjoy.
Voting by Mail (absentee ballot) gives you 30
days to consider all your choices and to research
your options.
To save you postage, volunteers will be available
to pick up your Vote by Mail ballot and deliver it to
the Supervisor of Elections offce--thus saving you
the cost of postage. Contact your local Precinct
Leader or Democratic Club for pick up of your
ballot. ##
[WHY VOTE, Continued from page 3]
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Filling a Pothole
What difference does it make who wins a
Municipal Council seat? After all, theres only
one way to fll a pothole, right? Wrong. Theres a
Republican way to fll a pothole and a Democratic
way to fll a pothole.
The Republican way is to hire a private contractor
who then hires the cheapest labor he can fnd--no
health benefts, no retirement benefts, possibly
illegals. The contractor makes a large proft and
after the job, his employees are again out of work.
The Democratic way is to hire full time workers,
with health and retirement benefts at a living
wage. And after the job, the employees are still
employed.
Vote Democratic! ##
Do You Know If Your City Has A
Municipal Election
On March 12th?
If so, do you know which candidate(s) are
likely to fll a pothole like a Democrat?
See the charts starting on page 6 for
Palm Beach County Municipal elections
being held in 2013 .
Local Elections Are Like
Professional Baseball
Often, voters feel that local Municipal elections
are not important. But consider this: professional
baseball is divided into two groups: the major
leagues (the majors) and the minor leagues (the
minors). The baseball clubs in the majors need a
place where young players can develop their skills
and older players can work on shoring up their
weaknesses. A young player will usually spend
some time in the minors before being recruited by
a major league team. Without the minor leagues,
major league baseball scouts would not know
which players should be considered as candidates
to be brought up to the majors.
The same is true in politics. Local politicians
(county commissioners, mayors, school board
members) develop their skills and abilities
in the offces they have been elected to. Their
communities can assess their skills and abilities
(in the minor leagues) and scout them for higher
offce. If you, the voter, dont scout your minor
league players, you are very apt to end up with
political players, going to the majors, whose
ideas are totally contrary to yours.
Sometimes players go up to the majors without
playing in the minors. However, they are not
unproven. They have performed in other venues
of the game, such as high school or college. Can
you think of any major league team which selects a
completely unknown? In the 2010 elections many
unproven players with no political history were
selected by voters, not by their proven record, but
purely by the emotion provided in false advertising
of the moment. If someone who has performed
as a school board member wishes to run for the
Florida legislature, their actions as a school board
member will tell you if they support your pothole-
flling philosophy.
The Republicans have been building their
minor league bench for years. This has put
them in an excellent position to move up to
other elected positions.
We need to set Democrats up for victory, not this
year or next, but in 10 yearswhich is how long
it will take to fll the pipeline. Only then will we
garner enough candidates to be competitive and
take back control of various offces.
Remember, when you vote in local elections, you
are scouting players who may eventually run for
the majors. Know your candidates histories...
and vote for them! d.i. ##
NOTE: The Palm Beach County Democratic Clubs have not endorsed any Democratic
candidates, so all Democratic candidates running are listed. Also, we have not listed non-
Democratic candidates
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Municipality
City Clerk Name/form of
government//phone/email/
web/
Positions Open.
Names of
Recommended
Candidates
CITY OF ATLANTIS
260 Orange Tree Drive
Atlantis, FL 33462
ph: (561) 965-1744
fax: (561) 642-1806
Jude M. Goudreau (City Council)
561-965-1744
email:
web: http://www.atlantisfl.gov/
No Municipal Election in
2013
CITY OF BELLE GLADE
Municipal Complex
110 S.W. Ave E
Belle Glade, FL 33430
ph: (561) 996-0100
fax: (561) 993-1814
Debra R. Buff CMC
ph: (561) 996-0100 x 113
email:dbuff@belleglade-fl.com
No Municipal Election in
2013
CITY OF BOCA RATON
201 W. Palmetto Park
Road
Boca Raton, FL 33432
ph: (561) 393-7700
fax: (561) 393-7704
name: Susan Saxton
ph: 561-393-7740
email: ssaxton@myboca.us
web: http://www.ci.boca-raton.
fl.us/
No Municipal Election in
2013
2013 Palm Beach County Municipal Elections/Recommendations
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CITY OF BOYNTON
BEACH
100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd
P. O. Box 310
Boynton Beach, FL 33425
ph: (561) 742-6000
fax: (561) 742-6011
Janet M. Prainito, MMC
ph: (561) 742-6061
email: Prainitoj@bbfl.us
web: http://www.boynton-beach.
org/government/departments/city_
clerk/index.html
Mayor:
Steven Holzman (D)
District 1:
No Democrat Running
District 3:
James Brake (D)
Michael Fitzpatrick (D)
Gaylord Allan Hendricks (D)
District 4 Special Election:
Joseph Casello (D)

Ballot questions
1) Change district
boundaries every 10
years rather than every
4 years.
2) If district changes in
middle of term, shall
a Commissioner be
allowed to complete
term?
3) Delete obsolete Charter
provisions and make
non-substantive
changes to Charter.
4) Would require winning
candidate receive 50%
plus 1 vote.
[See www.boynton-beach.
org/government/election.
html for more details.]

TOWN OF BRINY
BREEZES
4802 N. Ocean Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
ph: (561) 272-5495,
fax: (561) 274-1988
Shari L. Canada, Deputy Town
Clerk, (mayor/aldermen)
Nancy Boczon, Town Clerk Pro Tem
ph: (561) 272-5495
email: brinytownclerk@yahoo.com
web:
http://www.townofbrinybreezes-fl.com
No Municipal Election in
2013
2013 Palm Beach County Municipal Elections/Recommendations
Municipality
City Clerk Name/form of
government//phone/email/
web/
Positions Open.
Names of
Recommended
Candidates
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2013 Palm Beach County Municipal Elections/Recommendations
Municipality
City Clerk Name/form of
government//phone/email/
web/
Positions Open.
Names of
Recommended
Candidates
TOWN OF CLOUD LAKE
100 Lang Road
West Palm Beach, FL
33406-3222
ph: (561) 686-2815
fax: (561) 683-5120
Dorothy C. Gravelin, council
(561) 686-2815,
townofcloudlake@msn.com;
http://www.pbcgov.com/
countycommissioners/district3/
cloudlake.htm
No Municipal Election 2013
CITY OF DELRAY BEACH
100 N.W. First Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444
ph: (561) 243-7000
fax: (561) 243-7199
Chevelle D. Nubin CMC (City
Commission)
ph: (561) 243-7051
email: nubin@ci.delray-beach.fl.us

web: http://www.mydelraybeach.
com/Delray/Departments/
City+Clerk/City+Clerk+Directory.
htm

Website listing of those who have
filed. http://mydelraybeach.
com/Delray/Departments/
City+Clerk/Quick+Links/
City+of+Delray+Beach+Elections.
htm
Seat #1:
Kurt Lehmann (D)
Alexander C. Christopher (D)
Seat #3:
Adam Frankel (D)
Seat #5 (Mayor):
Cary D. Glickstein (D)
Thomas F. Carney, Jr (D)
Six Ballot Questions:
1) Clarification of Charter
2) Change term length from
2 to 3 years.
3) Term limits on Commis-
sioner to not effect term
limits on Mayor if
Commissioner becomes
Mayor.
4) Allows reduction in City
Managers salary.
5) Relates to Commission
voting procedures.
6) Property Tax Exemption
for qualified businesses.
[See City website for more details.]
TOWN OF GLEN RIDGE
1501 Glen Road
Glen Ridge, FL 33406-
3215
ph: (561) 697-8868
fax: (561) 697-1755
Michelle Suiter (Manager) (Mayor-
Council)
(561) 697-8868
glenridgetownof@bellsouth.net
http://pbcgov.net/
countycommissioners/district3/
glenridge.htm
No Municipal Election 2013
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2013 Palm Beach County Municipal Elections/Recommendations
Municipality
City Clerk Name/form of
government//phone/email/
web/
Positions Open.
Names of
Recommended
Candidates
VILLAGE OF GOLF
21 Country Road
Village of Golf, FL 33436
ph: (561) 732-0236
fax: (561) 732-7024
Carol Marciano
ph: (561)732-0236
email: villageclerk@bellsouth.net
web: http://www.villageofgolf.org/
Administration.html
Five at large council seats
open:
Robert C. Buchanan (D)
CITY OF GREENACRES
5800 Maleluca Lane
Greenacres, FL 33463
ph: (561) 642-2006
fax: (561) 642-2004
Denise McGrew (Council-Manager)
ph: 561-642-2006
email: dmcgrew@ci.greenacres.fl.us
web: : http://www.ci.greenacres.
fl.us/dept_administration/City_
Clerk_Staff.htm
No Municipal Election In 2013
TOWN OF GULF STREAM
100 Sea Road
Gulf Stream, FL 33483
ph: (561) 276-5116
fax: (561) 737-0188
Rita Taylor; 276-5116;
rtaylor@gulf-stream.org;
City Clerk Web address: none
No Municipal Election in 2013
TOWN OF HAVERHILL
4585 Charlotte Street
Haverhill, FL 33417
ph: (561) 689-0370
fax: (561) 689-4317
Janice C. Rutan, CMC, Town
Administrator
ph: (561) 689-0370 ext 24
email: jrutan@townofhaverhill-fl.
gov
web; : http://www.townofhaverhill-
fl.gov/town_clerk.htm
No Municipal election in 2013
TOWN OF HIGHLAND
BEACH
3614 South Ocean
Boulevard
Highland Beach, FL 33487
ph: (561) 278-4548
fax: (561) 265-3582
Beverly M. Brown, MMC
ph: (561) 278-4548
email: bbrown@ci.highland-beach.
fl.us
web; : http://www.ci.highland-
beach.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=79
Ballot Questions:
Charter amendments on
land clearance, littering,
hiring, firing, limitations
of legal actions against the
town.
[See website for more
information.]
TOWN OF HYPOLUXO
7580 South Federal
Highway
Hypoluxo, FL 33462-6034
ph: (561) 582-0155
fax: (561) 582-0703
Barbara Lee Searls
ph: (561) 582-0155
email: hypoluxo@hypoluxo.org
web: http://www.hypoluxo.
org/256539.html
No Municipal Election in 2013
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TOWN OF JUNO BEACH
340 Ocean Drive
Juno Beach, FL 33408
ph: (561) 626-1122
fax: (561) 775-0812
Vanessa M. Dunham, CMC
ph: (561) 656-0316
email: vdunham@juno-beach.fl.us
web; : http://www.juno-beach.
fl.us/index.asp?Type=B_
BASIC&SEC={5E87C7F1-52A8-
4E21-91FC-2C9F05DB5384}
No Municipal Election in 2013

TOWN OF JUPITER
210 Military Trail
Jupiter, FL 33458-5784
ph: (561) 746-5134
fax: (561) 575-9730
Boylan, Sally
ph: (561) 741-2352
email: SallyB@jupiter.fl.us
web; : http://www.jupiter.fl.us/
Government/TownClerksOffice/
index.cfm
No Municipal Election in 2013
TOWN OF JUPITER
INLET COLONY
One Colony Road
P. O. Box 728
Jupiter, FL 33468-0728
ph: (561) 746-3787
fax: (561) 746-1068
Malou Kuper
ph: (561) 746-3787
email: kuperm@jupiterinletcolony.
org
web; : http://jupiterinletcolony.org/
Administration_Staff.html
No Municipal Election in 2013
TOWN OF LAKE CLARKE
SHORES
1701 Barbados Road
Lake Clarke Shores, FL
33406
ph: (561) 964-1515
fax: (561) 964-0685
Mary Pinkerman
ph: (561) 964-1515 ext 10
email: mpinkerman@lakeclarke.org
web; : http://www.
townoflakeclarkeshores.com/
profile/mary-pinkerman
No Municipal Election in 2013
TOWN OF LAKE PARK
535 Park Avenue
Lake Park, FL 33403
ph: (561) 881-3300
fax: (561) 881-3314
Vivian M. Lemley
ph: 561-881-3311
email: townclerk@lakeparkflorida.
gov
web; : http://www.lakeparkflorida.
gov/content/town-clerk-vivian-m-
lemley
At Large Seats:
Kimberly Glas Castro (D)
Diane Bernhard (D)
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City Clerk Name/form of
government//phone/email/
web/
Positions Open.
Names of
Recommended
Candidates
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2013 Palm Beach County Municipal Elections/Recommendations
CITY OF LAKE WORTH
7 North Dixie Highway
Lake Worth, FL 33460-
3787
ph: (561) 586-1600
fax: (561) 586-1798
Pamela Lopez
ph: 561-586-1662
email: plopez@lakeworth.org
web; : http://www.lakeworth.
org/index.asp?Type=B_
BASIC&SEC={A5EB4287-64F2-
4418-A08C-34BF07749016}
Special election on March
12 with ballot question as to
whether November Municipal
elections should be moved to
March.
TOWN OF LANTANA
500 Greynolds Circle
Lantana, FL 33462
ph: (561) 540-5000
fax: (561) 540-5011
Crystal Gibson
ph: (561) 540-5016
email: cgibson@lantana.org
web; : http://www.lantana.org/
page.asp?PageId=588
Group 2:
Rosemary Mouring (D)
TOWN OF
LOXAHATCHEE GROVES
14579 Southern Boulevard,
Suite #2
Loxahatchee Groves, FL
33470
ph: (561) 793-2418
fax: (561) 793-2420
Jan Moore
ph: (561) 793-2418
email: jmoore@loxahatcheegroves.
org
web; : http://www.
loxahatcheegroves.org/index.
php?go=pages.page&pageId=3
Still waiting for information
2-16-13
Marion
TOWN OF MANALAPAN
600 South Ocean
Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462-
3398
ph: (561) 585-9477
fax: (561) 585-9498
Lisa Petersen
ph: 561-383-2541
email: lpetersen@manalapan.org
web: http://www.manalapan.org/
index.aspx?nid=157
Seats 1, 3, 5, 7 Uncontested
Ballot question on term limits
for all elected officials.
TOWN OF MANGONIA
PARK
1755 E. Tiffany Drive
Mangonia Park, FL 33407
ph: (561) 848-1235
fax: (561) 848-6940
Sherry Albury
561-848-1235
info@townofmangoniapark.com
http://www.townofmangoniapark.
com/contactus.html
No Municipal Election in 2013
VILLAGE OF NORTH
PALM BEACH
501 U.S. Highway #1
North Palm Beach, FL
33408-4906
ph: (561) 841-3355
fax: (561) 881-7469
Melissa Teal
ph: 561-841-3355
email: npbclerk@village-npb.org
web; : http://www.village-npb.org/
No Municipal Election in 2013
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TOWN OF OCEAN RIDGE
6450 North Ocean
Boulevard
Ocean Ridge, FL 33435
ph: (561) 732-2635
fax: (561) 737-8359
Karen Hancsak
ph: 561-732-2635
email: khancsak@
oceanridgeflorida.com
web; : http://www.
oceanridgeflorida.com/
TownOfficials.htm
No Municipal Election in 2013
CITY OF PAHOKEE
207 Begonia Drive
Pahokee, FL 33476
ph: (561) 924-5534
fax: (561) 924-8140
Anika Sinclair (561) 924-5534 x 28
CITYCLERK@cityofpahokee.com
http://www.cityofpahokee.com/
City%20Clerk/City%20Clerk.htm
Mayor:
James P. Sasser (D)
Colin Walkes (D)
Henry Crawford (D)
Leonard Rolle (D)
Wayne Whitaker not listed
in
VAN
City Commission
Seat 1:
Matthew C. Lovett II (D)
Allie Biggs (D)
Bryan Myers (D)
Seat 2:
Diane Walker (D)
Lewis Pope III not listed
in VAN
TOWN OF PALM BEACH
P.O. Box 2029
360 South County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480
ph: (561) 838-5400
fax: (561) 838-5411
Susan A. Owens, MMC
ph: (561)227-6341 or (561) 838-
5416
email: townclerk@
townofpalmbeach.com
web; : http://palmbeach.govoffice.
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No Municipal Election in 2013
CITY OF PALM BEACH
GARDENS 10500 North
Military Trail
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
33410
ph: (561) 799-4100
fax: (561) 799-4111
Patricia Snider, CMC
ph: 561.799.4122
email: psnider@pbgfl.com
web; : http://www.pbgfl.com/
content/72/124/default.aspx
Group 4:
David J. Levy (D)
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TOWN OF PALM BEACH
SHORES
247 Edwards Lane
Palm Beach Shores, FL
33404
ph: (561) 844-3457
fax: (561) 863-1350
Carolyn Gangwer
561-844-3457
cgangwer@pbstownhall.org
www.palmbeachshoresfl.us
Ballot Question:
Sample Ballot will soon be
on town website.
VILLAGE OF PALM
SPRINGS
226 Cypress Lane
Palm Springs, FL 33461-
1699
ph: (561) 965-4010
fax: (561) 965-0899
Virginia Walton, CMC
ph: (561) 965-4010
email: vwalton@
villageofpalmsprings.org
web; : http://www.
villageofpalmsprings.org/clerk.htm
No Municipal Election in 2013
CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH
600 West Blue Heron
Blvd.
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
ph: (561) 845-4010
fax: (561) 840-3353
Carrie E. Ward, MMC
561-845-4090
email: cward@rivierabch.com
web: www.rivierabch.com/cityclerk.
asp
Mayor:
Shelby L. Lowe (D)
Thomas Masters (D)
District 1:
Bruce Guyton (D)
Elizabeth Pertee Robinson
(D)
District 3:
Cedrick Thomas (D)
District 5:
Terence (TD) Davis (D)
Kimberly Jackson (D)
VILLAGE OF ROYAL
PALM BEACH
1050 Royal Palm Beach
Boulevard
Royal Palm Beach, FL
33411
ph: (561) 790-5100
fax: (561) 790-5174
Diane DiSanto
561-790-5100
ddisanto@royalpalmbeach.com
www.royalpalmbeach.com/index.
aspx?nid=99
City Council
Group 2:
Dave Swift (D)
Martha Webster (D)
Group 4:
Fred Pinto (D)
CITY OF SOUTH BAY
335 S.W. 2nd Avenue
South Bay, FL 33493
ph: (561) 996-6751
fax: (561) 996-7950
Virginia K. Walker
ph: (561) 996-6751 ext 10
email: walker@southbaycity.com
web; : http://www.southbaycity.
com/Public_Documents/
SouthBayFL_Clerk/index
No Municipal election in 2013
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TOWN OF SOUTH PALM
BEACH
3577 South Ocean
Boulevard
South Palm Beach, FL
33480
ph: (561) 588-8889
fax: (561) 588-6632
Janet K. Whipple, C.M.C.
ph: 561-588-8889
email: jwhipple@southpalmbeach.com
web; : http://www.southpalmbeach.
com/1035866.html
No Municipal Election in 2013
VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA
P.O. Box 3273
345 Tequesta Drive
Tequesta, FL 33469
ph: (561) 575-6200
fax: (561) 575-6203
Lori McWilliams, MMC
(561) 768-0440
lmcwilliams@tequesta.org
www.tequesta.org/index.
aspx?nid=89
No Municipal Election in 2013
VILLAGE OF
WELLINGTON
14000 Greenbriar
Boulevard
Wellington, FL 33414
ph: (561) 791-4000
fax: (561) 791-4045
Awilda Rodriguez
ph: 561-791-4000
email:
web; : http://www.wellingtonfl.gov/
departments/clerk.html
No Municipal Election in 2013
CITY OF WEST PALM
BEACH
401 Clematis Street
West Palm Beach, FL
33401
ph: (561) 822-1400
fax: (561) 822-1424
ph: (561) 822-1210
email: cityclerk@wpb.org
web; : http://wpb.org/clerk/
District 2:
Unopposed
District 4:
Unopposed
District 5:
Gregg Weiss (D)
Sharon Shanon Materio (D)
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