Berkley: Mayor O’Dwyer Unopposed, Four People Running for Three Council Seats

unityTOPinprogressJewel_01Berkley: Mayor O’Dwyer CFSEM-123-OaklandCounty115-digital-ad_v2Unopposed, Four People Running for Three Council Seats

(C. Proxmire)

Berkley Mayor Phil O’Dwyer’s spot is safe as no one has stepped forward to run against him.

According to Oakland County Clerk’s office, four people are running for three open City Concil seats: Alan H. Kideckel, Nancy Line, Eileen Steadman and Daniel Terbrack.

Sahara ad with wineKideckel, Steadman and Terbrack are the current Council Members.

Line is a former employee.  “I am a 15 year resident and a recently retired employee from the City of Berkley. For 27 years, I worked as the Communications Coordinator and Producer for WBRK, Channel 10 and 17. As a recently retired city employee, I am aware as to what is going on in the city and what manner our tax dollars are being used. I love the city that I live in and want the very best for the Berkley residents,”she wrote on her campaign’s Facebook Page.

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