Petitions to run for Port Huron City Council on the November ballot were due in the clerk’s office by 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 13 - City Clerk Sue Child says that current Mayor Pauline Repp and past Mayor Brian Moeller have both filed to run for Mayor. Moeller says he would like the residents to have a choice. He feels the mayor holds more of the city manager’s ear, and he would like that position again. If Moeller is elected, his seat on council would be filled by the candidate with the fourth-highest vote total. Should he not win, he would still retain his seat. Pauline Repp told WGRT she feels she has made great strides in the city, and that stability is a must when hiring a city manager. Repp feels she has and can provide that stability in leadership. There are three seats open come November, with incumbents, Rachel Cole, Alan Lewandowski and Domingo Ruiz all looking to retain their seats. They will face challenges from Alphonso Amos, Anita Ashford and Garth Gurnsey.