Federal Way Mirror hosting general election candidate forum

The Federal Way Mirror is hosting a candidate forum from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 11 at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club, 3583 SW 320th St. Residents are invited to meet the candidates and ask them questions about local issues at this moderated forum. There is free admission. The candidates running in the general election are mayor: Jim Ferrell, incumbent, and Susan Honda; City Council Position 2: Bob Celski, appointed incumbent, and Jesse Johnson; City Council Position 4: Hoang Tran and Diana Noble-Gulliford; City Council Position 6: Martin Moore, incumbent, and Roger Flygare.

To learn more about the candidates, see the Sept. 29 edition of the Federal Way Mirror.

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