Interview: Nancy Line, Candidate for Berkley City Council 2015 (video)
(C. Proxmire, Sept. 11, 2015)
After retiring from her 27 year career of doing communications for the City of Berkley, Nancy Line has decided she wants to see City Council meetings from the other side of the cameras.
Her name will be on the Nov. 3, 2015 ballot as a candidate for City Council along with Alan H. Kideckel, Eileen Steadman and Daniel Terbrack who are seeking re-election.
Line said she has no desire to unseat anyone in particular, only that she wants to give the voters a choice and to continue being part of the Berkley community.
Mayor Phil O’Dwyer is also up for re-election, but he is unopposed.
In her interview with #oc115, Line talked about issues such as the City’s branding study and logo redesign, the condition of the sidewalks along Coolidge, and increasing the number of workers in city departments like the DPW. She also talked about the things she loved about Berkley, like seeing all the happy back-to-school pictures.
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