Katherine Goff 443 Leonard Lane, Northglenn Background: I have lived in Northglenn for almost 10 years. I have taught in Adams 12 Schools for 25 years. When I retired, I volunteered for Northglenn …
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443 Leonard Lane, Northglenn
Background: I have lived in Northglenn for almost 10 years. I have taught in Adams 12 Schools for 25 years. When I retired, I volunteered for Northglenn events and was a member of the citizen advisory panel for the new Recreation Center. I currently hold a seat on the Citizen's Affairs Board in Northglenn. I hope to represent my neighbors and all residents of Ward 3 as we face the challenges of the future.
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Please describe your leadership style in three words.
Collective Decision Making
Describe the skills that make you the best candidate for the job.
I am a good listener and open to new ideas. I am organized and follow through on promises and projects. I have worked with people of all ages and backgrounds in my 25 years of teaching. I have experience working on committees that developed and planned projects and curriculum that included the needs of many different stakeholders.
Please list your top three priorities if elected.
I want to protect the quality of life that Northglenn residents enjoy by keeping our streets, trails, and parks safe.
I want to improve the city's use of renewable energy, reduce water usage, and increase recycling for the health of current and future citizens.
I want to improve communication between the City Council and Northglenn citizens and create more opportunities for citizen input and involvement in our government.
Discuss economic growth in your community. How can you balance economic opportunity with current residents' desire to preserve their way of life?
Northglenn is limited in many ways by its size. I have seen some growth in small businesses within the city and would work to continue to support that. There are redevelopment opportunities and some projects underway. I would work to include citizen input and to use the new Rec Center planning process as a model.
What is the city's role in guiding redevelopment for areas in need of repair? Where would you target the city's redevelopment efforts and dollars?
The Northglenn Marketplace is in need of redevelopment and has been for years. I would be interested in learning what the city is doing to address that and work with my fellow council members on plans for that.
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