February 12, 2008
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The two candidates for Shawnee Mayor, Michelle Distler and Dan Pflumm, discussed issues facing the city in a candidate forum Thursday evening.
Dan Pflumm and Michelle Distler will advance to April's general election as candidates for Shawnee mayor.
Ahead of Tuesday's primary election, Shawnee's four mayoral candidates answer questions posed by The Dispatch about their run for office.
The four candidates for Shawnee Mayor debated key issues in front of a crowd of about 100 Thursday evening in preparation for the March 3 primary.
The races have been locked in for the upcoming Spring 2015 general election and Shawnee is the only city in Johnson County that will hold a primary election for mayor.
Dan Pflumm is making another run at the mayor's seat this year, becoming the fourth candidate to enter the race so far.
Ten years ago, Dan Pflumm and John Segale were sitting next to each other at City Council meetings as Shawnee’s Ward 1 representatives.
Frank Goode's decades on the Shawnee City Council are coming to an end.
The role of a Shawnee City Council member can be hard to define and, in many ways, is up to the Council members themselves.
Looking at Shawnee’s economic development, one of the things that continues to worry Shawnee City Council member Dan Pflumm, is the open space created by former grocery stores.
Just a week after the first day of filing, there is almost a full slate of candidates for April’s Shawnee City Council election, with all but one race already being contested.
Questions about a dinner in March have become an issue of transparency for two Shawnee City Council members.
With the votes canvassed and outcome declared official, it's now known that just over 15 percent of Shawnee's registered voters cast ballots in the April 1 city elections.
Mayoral challenger Dan Pflumm says, "Anyone who says I don't have the time is not in my shoes."
It is already clear that Shawnee's current property tax rate will be one of the biggest issues of debate for candidates in this year's City Council elections.