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Tuesday, February 13, 2001 

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OVER THE NOON HOUR (CsT)

Main Street Lincoln hosted a mayoral forum this morning at Sorrento's. Mayoral candidates answered questions about how their administration, if elected, would serve Lincoln, particularly in regard to downtown services. All five Republican candidates participated, with Stephan Mesner joining the others a little later. Pictured left to right: Mayor Joan Ritter, Elizabeth Davis, Don Fults and Jason Harlow.

 

 

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