Bridget Moran, a Palm Beach resident since 1998, formally entered the Palm Beach Town Council race Monday. Moran is seeking the Group 3 seat, currently held by Council President Margret Zeidman who has decided not to seek another term. John David Corey, a member of the town’s Architectural Commission, previously announced his plans to run for the Group 3 seat that Zeidman is vacating.
Moran says her vast involvement in numerous local organizations and her commitment to enhancing the quality of life in Palm Beach have prepared her for the obligations of a town council member.
She currently serves as a director with Palm Beach Crime Watch and is a member of the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach and St. Edward’s Guild. Mrs. Moran held the position of president at St. Edward’s Guild from 2005 to 2007. Moran is also a director of the Palm Beach Civic Association.
Commenting on her decision to run for Town Council, Mrs. Moran stated, “I am thrilled and deeply honored to announce my candidacy for the Town of Palm Beach Town Council. The prospect of serving our wonderful community and working to preserve our Town and enhance the quality of life in Palm Beach is truly an honor. I look forward to this exciting journey and the opportunity to contribute my dedication, experience, and passion to make a positive difference for our town and its residents.”
Two other council seats will also be on the March 19 ballot. Councilman Lew Crampton filed to seek re-election for the Group 1 council seat, while Councilwoman Bobbie Lindsay is seeking re-election to her Group 2 seat.
The Palm Beach Civic Association will continue its tradition of hosting a Candidate’s Forum. Details about the location, date, and time are forthcoming.