Juno Beach Voters Have One Race & One Referendum To Decide

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It's election day in 17 Palm Beach County municipalities, including Juno Beach.

Voters in the town will be electing one new Council member, after Peggy Wheeler was re-elected to Seat 3 without a challenge.

Three candidates are vying for Seat 1, where Jason Haselkorn's term has expired. They are Marianne Hosta, Michael Moll and Aldo Rovere.

Hosta publishes a newsletter with a stated mission of "observing, protecting Juno Beach environment and politics."

Moll is an internal auditor for NextEra Energy, the parent company of FPL who lists among his priorities "keeping Juno Beach safe, preserving the town's beauty and environment."

Rovere boasts his "decades of working in government positions" as making him qualified for the seat. His website lists him as a "retired public servant with over 35 years in managerial positions within the IRS."

There is also a citizen-initiated ballot referendum, which asks voters whether they should choose the mayor instead of the Town Council and whether the mayor's term should be two years. Currently, the Council appoints the mayor each year.

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