The shortlist of six candidates gave their views on housing density, tax revenue and hiring.
The finalists will have time to speak at Monday’s Council meeting.
Council will appoint someone next month to replace Sena Magill, and there’s still time to apply.
“I think it will be important to appoint someone who, as much as possible, shares the perspective Sena brought as a City Councilor,” said Councilor Michael Payne.
The next election to fill the seat will be in November.
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