ROCKLAND — The public will have its opportunity Thursday evening, Oct. 14, to listen and ask questions of the two candidates running for a single seat on the Rockland City Council.

Ben Dorr and Nicole Kalloch agreed to participate in the annual candidates night held by the Courier-Gazette.

The forum will be held at Rockland City Hall at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend and must wear masks while inside the Council chambers. Masks can be removed by people who are posing questions from the podium.

The candidates will make opening statements, then take questions from the public. People can email questions to prior to the candidates night. If there are not sufficient questions from the in-person audience, the emailed questions will be posed. The forum will end with closing statements.

Dorr is the co-owner/operator of Curator on Main Street. He is completing his first three-year term on the Council.

Kalloch, a Main Street resident, is a plant manager at Sierra Peaks manufacturing plant on Pleasant Street in Rockland, and is also an office manager for her husband’s contracting business — J.K. Kalloch. She is a graduate of Maine Maritime Academy in Castine with a degree in international business and logistics.

The candidates night will be streamed live on The government access channel 1303 on Spectrum is not working.