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Four candidates will vie for the three open city council seats, psilocybin ban in city also on the ballot

From four, there must be three.

That will be the riddle that Molalla residents will have to solve during this year's General Election Nov. 8.

There are three Molalla City Council seats that are open this election and there are four candidates looking to snag one of them. The top three vote-getters in the election will earn the seats.

The Herald-Pioneer.

The positions for councilors Leota Childress, Elizabeth Klein and Terry Shankle expire on Dec. 31, 2022. Vying for those open seats will be Rae Botsford, Leota Childress, Tommy Luttress and Terry Shankle will tangle in November.

Additionally, the City of Molalla will be presenting a ballot measure that would prohibit psilocybin-related business within the city.

Local ballots will go into the mail on Oct. 19.

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