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Barnett opening statement: There's one important thing I want you to remember - three sitting City Council members endorse me.
Barnett: I have no second home, no second job, no conflicts of interest.
Heitmann opening statement: I'm calling for fiscal responsibility, protecting the community from overdevelopment and transparency.
Sorey opening statement: My focus is on the major issues in the past four years and the challenge we face in the next four years.
Heitmann: If I could take back a council action, it would be the landscaping project on Gulfshore Boulevard North.
Pointed question from @NDN_BrentBatten: Is it the role of the mayor to set the agenda and drum up public support for that agenda?
Candidates on their leadership styles:
Heitmann: Represent the community.
Sorey: Set the example.
On charter restrictions on building size:
Barnett and Sorey: underground parking is an asset.
Heitmann: the community is ignored.
Visions outlined so far in the debate:
Barnett: take a step back.
Heitmann: do what the people want.
Sorey: stay the course.
The debate has now ended. Thank you so much for participating in our live event.
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Candidates now closing. A wrap-up:
Barnett thinks city is fine as is.
Heitmann says some are being ignored.
Sorey wants to push forward.
Barnett gave a blistering closing statement. He said Sorey "basically does whatever he wants, when he wants."
Barnett called Heitmann "an expert at saying no to everything others propose."