Almost 40 residents filled the auditorium of the Manlius Village Center last night Feb. 12 to listen to the ideas of their candidates running for elected office come March.
Mayoral candidates and current village trustees Marc Baum and Mark-Paul Serafin took the podium, addressing issues such as consolidation, spending and their future vision of Manlius on the whole.
Trustee candidates Nat Tobin, Janice Abdo-Rott, Mark Hills, and incumbents Natalie Miner and Eric Krouse addressed traffic congestion, budget cuts and ways to enhance the business district.
Judge Joseph Greenman, running unopposed for village justice, gave a brief speech before attending scheduled court.
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