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June 16, 2014 5:04 AM

Morro Bay’s 2-election system needs an update

It sounds good in principle, but in reality, Morro Bay’s unusual system of electing a mayor and council — it conducts a primary election and, if necessary, a runoff — is confusing, cumbersome and expensive for asmall city.

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