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By Chevon T. Baccus APR
Executive Editor 

Goldstein Seeking Another 3 Years on City Commission

City Election in April 2021


Last updated 9/23/2020 at 12:58pm

City Commissioner Al Goldstein

Al Goldstein didn't realize being a Lake Wales city commissioner would be so time-consuming, but he's eager to sign up for another three years.

He was elected without opposition in April 2019 after incumbent Commissioner Tonya Stewart failed to qualify to run for re-election. He has already started campaigning for the District 27, Seat 4 that will be filled in the April 2021 municipal election.

"I'm finally understanding the job of a city commissioner," Goldstein said. "Either you're dedicated to the job, as some of us are now, or you just go in and show up."

When Goldstein took office the...

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