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Manassas Gets Plenty Of Applicants

By Greg L | 20 December 2006 | Manassas City | 5 Comments

The filing deadline for applicants for the open City Council seat has passed, and from what I’ve heard there are at least eight nine applicants for the position in addition to the expected filings by Sheryl Bass and Maureen Wood. When Manassas Park went through this exercise back in October, there were a few rather amusing filings and I expect the case in Manassas will be similar. It’s just too good an opportunity for Unity In The Community types to pass up, and I would imagine we’ll see a filing from them under the platform of establishing a “hate free zone” or some siminar nonsense.

At some point the City should release the applications for public review. I’m somewhat surprised that the names haven’t even been released yet. It should be an interesting list.

UPDATE: In the comments section “Big Dog” gives us the list:

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  1. Big Dog said on 20 Dec 2006 at 9:07 am:
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    -Pamela Kinchloe
    -Jonathan Way
    -Mark Wolfe
    -Richard Seraydarian
    -Charle Sturms
    -Phillip Kiver
    -Robert Schilpp
    -Deirdre Pennefather
    -Sheryl Bass
    -Harry Clark
    -Maureen Wood

    City Council Candidate Listing

  2. Had to Say said on 20 Dec 2006 at 11:32 am:
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    What if anything have these people done for the city?

  3. Big Dog said on 20 Dec 2006 at 12:20 pm:
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    In a city of 37,000 plus people, these eleven have
    stepped up the plate - with that, if nothing else, they
    have done a service for our community.

  4. Batson D. Belfrey said on 20 Dec 2006 at 3:43 pm:
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    On this list I still see the only ones who have a real shot will be Maureen Wood and Cheryl Bass, and Mr. Wolfe being the third-place longshot. Charlie Sturms is the last Dem to run for a city office (Mayor), and the rest are next to nobodies. Remember, the Manassas GOP had a great deal to do with 5 of the 6 councilman’s elections, and the Manassas GOP will be looking for one of thier own to be appointed. Appoint a Dem? Appoint someone who has done nothing for the party? While the party, as far as I know, doesn’t pressure councilman on a per-issue basis, I believe that the council appointing someone from outside the party would piss off the Chairman, the Vice Chairman, and most of the committee. Considering that the Committee is pretty much the local official’s campaign force, it would be a serious tactical error for the council to appoint someone who is not a member of the committee.

  5. anon said on 22 Dec 2006 at 10:55 am:
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    We should thank all of these individuals for their support and interest. But it’s troubling that only 2 or 3 of the 11 have real demonstrated public leadership; specifically Mrs Bass, Mrs Wood and Mr. Way (on the planning commission). Where are some of the loyal committee members who are visible in town? Rumor was Scott Albrecht would apply since he previously sought a nomination for Council?
    The previous posters are right, to keep the committee happy by selecting a conservative, and selecting someone who has a good chance of being elected in 2008 there are only two names to consider; Bass and Woods. Mrs Bass has overwhelmingly won 2 elections and is visible in the Party. Mrs Wood has lost 2 elections (1 very close) and is a demonstrated true conservative. We’re fortunate to have a tough choice.

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