Bien-Willner, Pace face-off at candidate forum

By MacKenzie Brower | YourValley

The candidates for mayor of Paradise Valley, incumbent mayor Jerry Bien-Willner and councilwoman Julie Pace, participated in a forum at the town hall June 28 to answer pressing questions about development, residential homes, rentals and the future of the community.

Hosted by the Paradise Valley Independent, the forum was moderated by news editor Melissa Rosequist.
Bien-Willner emphasized the need for continued public participation and engagement, as well as overall resident satisfaction and public safety during his term so far.

He said he hopes residents see the work and “if you’re happy with the town then you’re happy with the job I’ve done as mayor.”

Pace talked about her background as a construction lawyer and connections in the state legislature and Valley, noting her value in preserving the mountains and maintaining Paradise Valley’s character as “residential living first with high class resorts.”

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