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Belvedere City Council candidates discuss seawall, disaster prep at candidate forum

Racial equality, disaster readiness and the COVID-19 pandemic were among the issues at the forefront of a discussion between the four candidates competing for three open seats on the Belvedere City Council at a Sept. 29 virtual forum hosted by The Ark and moderated by the League of Women Voters of Marin County. On the rapidly approaching Nov. 3 presidential election ballot, incumbent Nancy Kemnitzer is seeking a second term on the council and will be competing against newcomers Chelsea Schlunt, James Lynch and Steve Block for the three vacancies.

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