Stephen D. Clark
, Ammon S. Cunningham, John Curtis and Neil Mitchell -- also said ensuring the city is not again saddled with the network is more important than arguing about whether the city should have even built the network or took the risk of selling it while holding its debt.
was concerned about last year's iProvo sale since Broadweave
did not have what he
believed was enough financial backing to buy it.
But since the deal was done, the city has no choice but to move ahead and make sure Veracity succeeds -- as long as it learns from the mistakes.
"If I were sitting at the table," Clark
said, "I would want to be sure we have some security in this arrangement."
Of the candidates running, Clark
, Cunningham, Curtis and Mitchell have run for office before.
Clark is a four-term member of the Utah House, while Cunningham made an unsuccessful bid for the Utah Board of Education.
would try to foster a better relationship between the mayor's office and the City Council.
also would work to develop a student housing, transportation and retail corridor in the city, as well as beautify Provo's multiple entrances.
Cunningham wants to see the city turn the south State Street corridor into a mixed-development area, preserve open space and foster walkable communities.
also wants the city to create a 311 phone system for non-emergency calls.