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By Eric Heinz

The two videos below are the full recap of the San Clemente Historical Society’s City Council candidate forum, hosted on Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Community Center.

Photos from the forum.

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  • If I were the SC Times I’d be embarrassed with the quality of these videos. They’re important; do them right.

    • Hi Steve, We live-stream the forums to the best of our ability. We want to get as close to the candidates as we can, with the equipment available at our disposal. If you’d like to submit suggestions, I’d be more than willing to take them into consideration. Thank you. –Eric Heinz

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