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Qualifying For Brookhaven Mayor, City Council Races Begin Next Week

Qualifying fees for mayor are $480 and $360 for city council.


Want to run to become Brookhaven's first mayor? How about one of the city's inaugural set of city councilors?

If you're interested, you can officially launch your candidacy next week.

Qualifying for the new city's first set of elections will run from 9 am on Monday, August 13, through 4:30 pm on Wednesday, August 15.

The qualifying fees for the mayoral election is $480, while candidates for Brookhaven's four city council seats must pay $360 to make the race.

Candidates must file notice at the DeKalb County Voter Registration & Elections office, 4380 Memorial Drive, Suite 300, in Decatur.

Brookhaven's first mayor will serve a term through 2015. Council members from districts 1 and 3 will serve through 2015, while city councilors from districts 2 and 4 will serve through 2013.

The city officially assumes operations at 12:10 am on Monday, Dec. 17, 2012.

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Eric H August 08, 2012 at 03:56 AM
" However, you are frau-frau enough to attract the taste buds of Mr. Eric" What the heck do I have to do with this discussion of butcher shops? And what's so interesting about a mosque and people praying?.
don Gabacho August 08, 2012 at 05:29 AM
"In other words, speak for yourself."---Phil As, of course, you never speak for others. Meanwhile, I'm taking a survey of who will not vote for me if I run for Mayor. Query: Can a canidate's knowing how to run a city be the best reason not to vote for the candidate? Yes or No?
Dr. Jeff August 08, 2012 at 08:18 AM
Phil... I understood your content & context of your former statements. The goal of any election is to present opportunities & issues to registered voters and the candidates who campaign for an elected office. Therefore, our recent election for cityhood did not guarantee nor convey the right to either the YES or NO to win. The voters made the decision. And, the voters will make the decisions for the Nov elections.
C. O'Keefe August 09, 2012 at 03:01 AM
Does anyone have information to impart about overlay districts? It seems to me that's an important tool for any area of the new city concerned about zoning. I know nothing about them except that they exist.
"E Pluribus Unum" August 10, 2012 at 06:08 PM
Smedrik of the Lowerlands and Phil, thank you each for your clarifications.

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