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enced, “it would be a tremen­dous waste of knowhow not to seek a sec­ond term. I have a lot I want to ac­com­plish.”

Her pri­or­i­ties for a sec­ond term are “main­tain­ing the safety of res­i­dents, achiev­ing fi­nan­cial sol­vency, stew­ard­ship of our way of life and good stew­ard­ship of our com­mer­cial dis­tricts. We need to make sure our busi­nesses re­main vi­tal in our com­mu­nity.”

Zei­d­man was also the first can­di­date to file in 2015. She has lived on the is­land for two decades, is the co-chair­woman of the Palm Beach Fel­low­ship of Chris­tians & Jews, and is the chair­woman of the Pub­lic Works com­mit­tee.

Can­di­dates for a coun­cil seat are for­mally nom­i­nated at the an­nual Town Cau­cus, which will be held on Jan. 9.

In ad­di­tion to Zei­d­man’s seat in Group 2, both Group 1 and Group 3 will be up for grabs. Group 1 is held by Coun­cil Pres­i­dent Richard Kleid and the Group 3 in­cum­bent is Coun­cil­woman Bob­bie Lind­say.

A worker uses a shovel to move con­crete as two oth­ers smooth out blocks of con­crete at the South­ern Boule­vard bridge con­struc­tion on Tues­day. Crews be­gan pour­ing con­crete of the piers for the tem­po­rary bridge that will serve while work goes on. Work con­tin­ued in Au­gust on a tem­po­rary bridge, which is be­ing built north of the ex­ist­ing span be­fore con­struc­tion on the new draw­bridge be­gins.

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