Qualifying began Monday for Dunwoody city offices in the Nov. 3 election. On the ballot this fall are the races for mayor, three at-large council seats and a special election for the now vacant District 1 seat.

Qualifying runs through Wednesday. At the close of business Monday, Mayor Mike Davis had qualified as had his opponent Denny Shortal, the former District 1 councilman.

For the District 1 at-large post, the incumbent, Terry Nall, paid his fee, as did an opponent, Becky Springer. Incumbent Lynn Deutsch qualified in District 2 at large. Incumbent John Heneghan qualified in District 3 at large.

For the Nov. 3 election in District 1, Pam Tallmadge was the sole qualifier through Monday.

Check thecrier.net to see who might have qualified after Monday. As the election draws nearer, look for lots of forums and meet and greets in the competitive races. Voters will get an opportunity to hear from all the candidates Oct. 11 when the Dunwoody Homeowners’ Association brings them together for the major forum of the election year.

It is set for 4 p.m. at the Dunwoody High School Auditorium.

—Dick Williams

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