Candidates see brighter future for Cannelton

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By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

CANNELTON - Candidates for the office of mayor in Cannelton met in a public forum Tuesday, stating there and in written questionnaire responses their feelings on issues important to the city. Incumbent Melvin McBrayer defended claims by challenger Morris "Smokey" Graves that he and the city council have failed to perform their duties since the last election.

In responding to a questionnaire from The News, McBrayer boasted of his current and past service as mayor and 16 years of service on the Cannelton Common Council.

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