After three terms on City Council (2008-2010, 2010-2012, 2014-2016), I am eager to return to see projects through to fruition: City Center development, including Dumont Park, a new Library/municipal complex, and public-private projects; Chamberlin Neighborhood planning; open space and natural area management planning and visioning (for Red Rocks, Wheeler, and Underwood respectively); and continued mixed-use transportation corridor studies and improvements.
My announcement appears on p.8 in the January 21, 2016 edition of The Other Paper.
Please take a look at my Platform to see my list of priorities and guiding principles–they have stayed the same since I first ran for the Council in 2008.
You can learn more about me and see a list of my initiatives and accomplishments under Bio. I delve more deeply into my guiding principles and view of the City’s social priorities under Affordability.
I have had the honor of serving you for six years, and I look forward to continuing in this role. Thank you for your support.