I am a small business owner with a master’s degree and over a decade of experience in advocacy and public policy.
www.jennywillford.com, email@example.com, 303-710-1140
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Address: 10447 Lipan Street, NorthglennBackground: I am a small business owner with a master’s degree and over a decade of experience in advocacy and public policy. Contact: www.jennywillford.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-710-1140
Experienced. Proven. Team Builder.2) Describe the skills and experience that make you the best candidate for the job.
I love Northglenn and I am proud to call our city my home. I moved here to raise my family and my achievements, education and life experience, particularly as a small business owner and executive director of a nonprofit organization, have prepared me to take on the tough challenges facing our city. 3) Please list your top three priorities if elected.
Sensible redevelopment. Maintaining our values as we grow. Building an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.4) What is your vision for a potential civic center campus?
I believe in thoughtful and sensible development that creates opportunity for both our residents and our city to thrive. I would welcome the opportunity to consider ways to strengthen our community’s bond while enhancing the services we provide to residents.5) What is your view on the use of eminent domain for the Huron Center?
I support the council’s last-resort vote allowing our Urban Renewal Authority to use eminent domain as a tool. As it stands, the Huron Center is an eyesore, doesn’t serve our residents or support our tax base. This action was critical to moving the revitalization of the Huron Center forward.
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