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Stamford mayoral candidates meet in last debate before election

Kaomi Goetz

The last debate of Stamford candidates for mayor took place at the Ferguson Library on Thursday evening. Candidates Michael Fedele, Kathleen Murphy, David Martin and John Zito  and  answered questions about the city budget, how they'd staff their cabinet, how Stamford should protect itself against future storms,  medical marijuana and other topics. The debate was sponsored by the League of Women Voters.

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Part 2: Candidates answer questions about the library budget, how they feel about a legal medical marijuana dispensary in Stamford, and the role of tax incentives for businesses.
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Part 3: Candidates answer a question about whether Stamford is ready for another storm and offer their closing statements.

Naomi is a former news director at WSHU.