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Mayor David Alfin Interview – TalkFlagler

On the seventh episode of TalkFlagler weekly news, we present your unbiased news roundup in a digestible, compact format. The new episode format:

  • Weekly Weather Forecast
  • Government/Business News
  • Culture News
  • Crime/Sheriff News
  • Weekly Guest Interview: David Alfin

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TalkFlagler is excited to feature special guest David Alfin, the newly elected Mayor of Palm Coast. Alfin was sworn into office on August 3rd, and came on the show to give his first interview while serving. In this interview Alfin talks among other things about recent millage rate and multi-family housing decisions, how he’s approaching the upcoming budget process, and what Palm Coast can do to improve bicycle and pedestrian accommodations.


Click here for previous interview episodes of TalkFlagler, with a selection of candidates, artists, and business professionals.

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Chris Gollon is a Flagler County resident since 2004, as well as a staple of the local independent music scene and avid observer of Central Florida politics, arts, and recreation.

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