The Paramount Journal continues to ask candidates to answer questions. We sent all 13 candidates a list of three questions along with a request for bios—nine candidates provided emails, the others didn’t. We had not received an snail mail replies by close of business last Thursday. You can see the results of the first round inside this week’s print edition. (We received replies from 10 of the candidates. Nine of them answered our first question. One candidate answered all of them in one email.)
Our plan is to publish their answers each week in February.
The following are the remaining questions.
The remaining questions are:
2. Do you favor term limits for the Paramount City Council? (Please reply to this question by Thursday, Feb. 6 for publication in our Thursday, Feb. 13 edition. Again, the word limit is 200 words maximum.) (The Feb. 13 issue has already been released to our production staff as of 3:40 p.m.,, Friday, Feb. 7.)
3. How would you address the city’s pension debt? (Please reply to this question by Thursday, Feb. 13 for publication in our Thursday, Feb. 20 edition. Again, the word limit is 200 words maximum.)
Please send your replies to firstname.lastname@example.org and CC the messages to email@example.com.
Physical mail responses to these questions should be sent care of Charles M. Kelly, editor, Paramount Journal at 216 Main St., Seal Beach
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me:
Charles M. Kelly
Editor, Paramount Journal
Print and online editions
Office direct line:
Front desk: 562-430-7555
My extension is 507
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