There four candidates vying for three open seats on the Corte Madera Town Council, and the quartet of local residents squared off in a debate hosted by the League of Women Voters last month.
Watch the debate above, which spans a wide range of issues, including high-density development and Plan Bay Area, proposed infrastructure upgrades, climate change and the so-called Greenbrae Interchange, where Hwy. 101 intersects with Larkspur and Corte Madera.
The candidates also discussed Corte Madera's Measure B, a proposed half-cent sales tax measure on the Nov. 5 ballot. The tax hike would last for six years.
Here are the candidates:
- Michael Lappert: President of Bay Area ice cream company Lappert's, the three-term councilman is seeking his a fourth.
- Carla Condon: A vocal critic of the Association of Bay Area Governments and the regional Plan Bay Area, Condon is seeking her fourth term on the council.
- Diane Furst: First elected in 2010, Furst is seeking a second term on the council.
- David Kunhardt: A solar energy developer, Kinhardt is a former president of the Christmas Tree Hilldwellers Association.
What did you think of this debate? What issues are most important to you among that were discussed? Tell us in the Comments below.