Mark Greene announces candidacy for City Council

April 15, 2013

By Staff

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NEW — 4:50 p.m. April 15, 2013 

Newcastle resident Mark Greene announced that he will run for a City Council position in the upcoming election.

“The importance of keeping our unique stature as a city is a major reason of why I decided to run, though not the only,” he said in a statement. “If elected to the council this year, I will focus on infrastructure, safety and environmental issues.”

Greene will file for position No. 6 on the council, which is currently occupied by Councilman Bill Erxleben. In the April Newcastle News, Erxleben announced that he will not file for re-election.

Election Day is Nov. 5. The deadline for candidates to file for election is May 17.

Learn more about the upcoming election in the May edition of the Newcastle News.

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One Response to “Mark Greene announces candidacy for City Council”

  1. Mark Greene on May 25th, 2013 4:43 pm

    Nice article, but anybody who runs for Newcastle City Council has to be a resident of the city and a citizen, so I hope the adjectives for my candidacy will be as informed as those for my opponent. I am the founder of the Party of Commons and Democracy in Election Process. In short, helping citizens with govermental and civic affairs.

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