With three candidates in Grover Beach running unopposed for three seats on the City Council, city leaders on Wednesday will decide whether to appoint them and cancel the Nov. 2 election.
Doing so would save the city about $10,000, according to a staff report from City Clerk Donna McMahon and City Attorney Martin Koczanowicz.
The Grover Beach City Council/Improvement Agency will hold a special meeting on at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in council chambers at 154 S. Eighth St.
The mayor’s seat and two council seats are up for election. Mayor John Shoals is running for re-election, and Councilman Bill Nicolls will also run for another term.
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Phyllis A. Molnar, of Past Present Future Bookkeeping in Grover Beach, is also running for a council seat.