Mike Gilstrap, candidate for Forks City Council Position 5, answers questions during a League of Women Voters forum in Forks on Tuesday. Gilstrap was the only candidate for that position to participate in the forum. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Mike Gilstrap, candidate for Forks City Council Position 5, answers questions during a League of Women Voters forum in Forks on Tuesday. Gilstrap was the only candidate for that position to participate in the forum. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

One of three candidates for Forks City Council seat speaks at forum

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