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Ward 5 candidates address city’s major issues

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Ward 5 candidates address city’s major issues

The November election options extra candidates operating for Columbia City Council than there has ever been lately.

Three out of the 5 council races characteristic a number of candidates, with 4 of them eyeing to win the seat in Ward 5. Current Ward 5 councilman Ernie Allen has acknowledged he won’t be operating for re-election.

Here is a glimpse into the place every Ward 5 candidate stands on the city’s largest issues, together with reasonably priced housing, assist for small companies and navigating Columbia’s continued progress over the subsequent 4 years.

The Daily Herald plans to report on the opposite two contested metropolis council races in Wards 1 and 4 over the subsequent coming days.

Danny Coleman

Danny Coleman (Courtesy photo)

Local entrepreneur and small enterprise advisor Danny Coleman presently serves a lot of capacities throughout the metropolis.

For one, he’s an elected member of the Columbia Arts Council, a member of the Maury Chamber and has served as an impartial advisor with a number of native companies.

Coleman’s marketing campaign has targeted on three major areas relating to metropolis issues – higher assist for small companies, authorities transparency and livability for residents.