Only one of the five people who will sit on the dais at Tuesday’s city commission meeting is the same person who sat in that seat 13 months ago. And none of the five who preside Tuesday will sit in the same seats again — if at all.
With the commission turned upside down by more than a year of scandal, deadlock and turmoil, and with 14 people vying for mayor and three open commission seats in the March 12 election, you likely won’t know the new players without a program. And there’s a lot of cross-referencing.
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