In this news article, I profile the candidates seeking to be elected into Key Biscayne’s Village Council. This article originally appeared on the South Florida News Service and was published by The Miami Herald on September 24, 2016.
Check out the article’s excerpt below and click the link if you want to read the full story!
By Michelle Marchante & Rodrigo Miragaya
A half-dozen Key Biscayne residents, motivated by issues from sea-level rise to high school choice, are seeking three open Village Council seats.
The candidates include: Violette de Ayala, the founder of FemCity; Allison McCormick, a former teacher; Brett Moss, the principal architect of Moss & Architecture Design Group; Katie Petros, a law office administrator; Ignacio J. Segurola, an attorney; and Rosemary Thornton, a media consultant.
With the exception of Moss, who ran for Village Council in 2014, all are first-time candidates.