Key Biscayne residents will choose among seven candidates this fall for three open seats on the Village Council.
There will be no primary election for Key Biscayne. The election is at-large, meaning the three candidates with the most votes win the seats.
Mayor Frank H. Caplan’s term limit as mayor is up, but he is eligible to run for council. Mayra Peña Lindsay, who is nearing the end of her first term as a council member, was automatically elected mayor when no one else ran for the position.
Village residents will vote for their new council members Nov. 4. The last day to register to vote is Oct. 6.
Twelve residents picked up document packets from the clerk’s office to apply for Village Council. Seven returned the applications before the qualifying period ended Thursday, Aug. 21 at noon: