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.