Three interested council members say they will follow Walker's wishes if chosen to finish his term
By Marty Finley
Sunday, July 7, 2013 at 12:03 am (Updated: July 7, 5:08 am)
No matter who is named mayor of Elizabethtown Monday to close out the final 18 months of Tim Walker’s term, the three candidates eligible for the position say they will run the city through his eyes.
Councilwoman Edna Berger and Councilmen Bill Bennett and Tony Bishop are the three candidates for the vacant position, which will be filled by Elizabethtown City Council after a week of public input.
All three said the position and issues facing the mayor should be funneled through the lens of what Walker envisioned for the job.
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