The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce is hosting a virtual City Council Candidates Forum on September 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The forum will be streamed live on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mmwcoc and on YouTube at https://bit.ly/32TMplI.
Candidates David Kolk and Lori Stone are running to represent District 4, an area that includes City Hall, The Colony senior living community, and much of California Oaks Road. Councilman Kelly Seyarto, elected at large in 2016, currently lives in this region. Seyarto is pursuing higher office and will and complete his term in December.
Lisa Deforest and Steven Brown are running to represent District 3, which encompasses Historic Downtown west to the Copper Canyon area. Mayor Gene Wunderlich, who was appointed to serve the remainder of a vacant at-large term, has chosen not to run.
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