Election 2015 | Dublin

Six candidates seeking three at-large seats Nov. 3

Dublin voters will have to choose from a field of six candidates for three at-large Dublin City Council seats next month.

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Voters to determine fate of renewal issue

Washington Township residents will determine the fate of a renewal levy for the Washington Township Fire Department when they go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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Amorose Groomes war chest double that of second top fund-raiser

In pre-general election campaign finance reports from Dublin City Council candidates, Chris Amorose Groomes remains the top fundraiser.

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Renewal levy expected to cover five-year growth

Dublin will see growth in the next five years as Bridge Park develops and the northwest area sees more homes.

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Amorose Groomes tops campaign fundraising list

Chris Amorose Groomes has so far been the top money-raiser among candidates for seats on Dublin City Council.

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Candidates tackle economic development issues, methods

Candidates for at-large seats on Dublin City Council said they see value in incentives that can lure businesses to Dublin, but some urge caution.

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Growth, economic vitality addressed by candidates

The six candidates for three at-large seats on Dublin City Council often vary in their opinions, but they do generally share the same opinion on the most pressing issues for the city outside of the Bridge Street District: managing growth and economic vitality.

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Levy renewal is not a tax increase

The 8.25-mill Washington Township Fire Department renewal levy won't mean an increase in taxes for residents, but it will help fund new equipment and vehicles.

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Candidates offer stands on Bridge Street District

Opinions about the Bridge Street District vary among Dublin City Council candidates.

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Fire department seeks levy renewal on fall ballot

The Washington Township Fire Department will ask voters to renew a five-year, 8.25-mill levy on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.

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Walter says his advocacy and actions set him apart from field

Kevin Patrick Walter is hoping to take his advocacy to a Dublin City Council seat.

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Alutto says her education, public sector experience are strengths

Christina Alutto is hoping to bring a fresh perspective to Dublin City Council.

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Gerber says experience, his knowledge of city important

Rick Gerber is banking on his knowledge of the city and experience in the Nov. 3 elections.

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Fiscally responsible development key for Amorose-Groomes

Lifelong Dublin resident Chris Amorose-Groomes said she loves her city and is running for a seat on Dublin City Council to make sure its good qualities are maintained.

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Cooper says his experience, community service set him apart

Kevin Cooper will take a second run at winning a Dublin City Council seat Nov. 3.

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Keenan says his 32 years in a local government are a plus

Incumbent Michael Keenan is hoping 32 years in local government will help him win a fourth term on Dublin City Council this fall.

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Six running for three at-large City Council seats

Seats on Dublin City Council will be hotly contested in the Nov. 3 general election.

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