If you'd like to hear the candidates for three open City Council seats discuss what they offer and how'd they'd handle city business, attend Tuesday night's final candidates forum from 6 to 8 p.m. in the police/fire facility community room.
Six residents are vying for the three seats, which currently belong to incumbent Wayne Powell and councilmen Nick Tell and Richard Montgomery, who are legally prohibited from running for two years after serving two consecutive four-year terms.
In addition to Powell, the other men who'd like to fill one of the three open seats are former two-term city council member Mitch Ward, longtime activist Viet Ngo, retired municipal counsel Mark Burton, entertainment industry executive Mark Lipps and business owner Tony D’Errico.
This is the first MB City Council election Ward can run in since he was "termed out" in 2010 after being elected to two consecutive terms and completing that service in 2010.
The forum is sponsored by the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce.