Joe Brown 2007 E 115th Pl. Northglenn Background: I have been involved with the city for 14-plus years. I am currently president of the Citizens Police Academy Alumni Assoc and a member of the …
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2007 E 115th Pl. Northglenn
Background: I have been involved with the city for 14-plus years. I am currently president of the Citizens Police Academy Alumni Assoc and a member of the Citizens Affairs Board. I've served on the Parks Board, Planning Commission, Northglenn Urban Renewal Authority and eight years on council. I would like to continue to be part of keeping Northglenn in a positive direction.
Contact: 720 260-0208; firstname.lastname@example.org
Please describe your leadership style in three words.
Participative, Servant, Coaching
Describe the skills that make you the best candidate for the job.
14-plus years of involvement with the city, volunteering, boards and commissions, as well as eight years as a council member.
Please list your top three priorities if elected.
Maintaining economic stability, Police, Infrastructure.
Discuss economic growth in your community. How can you balance economic opportunity with current residents' desire to preserve their way of life?
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?
Convincing commercial property owners that maintaining and updating properties benefits them as well as the city, helping when and where we can. Outdated or run-down land/properties.
781 W. 118th Ave. Northglenn
Background: I was raised in Northglenn and am celebrating my 50 years as a long-term Northglenn resident.
What makes me qualified to be the Mayor of Northglenn is an extensive amount of leadership and knowledge from Western State University and Theta Chi Fraternity and of government management from my service in the US Navy, in Homeland Security and in construction and civic responsibility in other cities I have visited world-wide and in the states.
Contact: 303 451-8039; email@example.com; Facebook: Vote Bromley for the city of Northglenn; Web: vote-bromley.webnode.com
Sagacious, Resolute, Empowering.
I have multiple decades of managerial, civilian and government hands-on leadership and administration for projects of the U.S. Navy on aircraft carriers and ship yards. That could range over hundreds of millions of dollars in costs for flight operations.
I have been responsible for enforcing U.S. and foreign political policies in interactions with domestic and foreign law enforcement and government officials and with multiple U.S. government municipalities boards and commissions and FEMA trained Emergency Management.
To repair the integrity of the Northglenn council that has eroded away into a “toxic,” environment and restore the council to its former glory. To overhaul and review current activities in the city and ensure that the right path and correct ethical and moral compass is restored. To place Northglenn first and ensure that the city is being designed and maintained as the Northglenn Charter intended.
The Charter and original intentions of the City of Northglenn from my 50 years living in Northglenn have always been of family and friends. We can make this city one of quality. With a focus on quality the economy will always continue to get better as we move into a better and brighter future. Economic opportunity comes to us in the fact we can improve and upgrade services to what the citizens want and demand.
Residents I have spoken with door-to-door mention street safety as their primary concern. I was shocked the council and city didn't take my complaints about a crosswalk seriously until a motorcyclist got hit. This is wrong. Hazards, when identified, need to be looked into and resolved quickly. It's like the city picked the “wait until someone dies” attitude. If street are the problem, then redevelop the streets. Be proactive not reactive.
3238 E 105th Place, Northglenn
Background: Currently I am serving as Mayor Pro Tem of our great city. I will bring effective leadership, authentic collaboration and a genuine dedication to our community as Northglenn Mayor. As an elementary school principal, I bring a collaborative leadership style that seeks out resident input and data from all stakeholders. I am committed to working side by side with residents to ensure that Northglenn continues to be a safe, affordable place to raise a family.
Contact: 303 918-1568; firstname.lastname@example.org; Facebook: MeredithforMayor; Web: meredithformayor.com
Integrity. Service. Compassion.
I bring education and experience in leadership to the role of Mayor of Northglenn. I have the skills to facilitate productive and respectful discussions. I am dependable, responsible and honest. I believe in authentic collaboration; listening to all stakeholders and valuing every opinion. I believe in doing the right thing; even when it's the hard thing.
I advocate for a clean, safe and healthy environment for all residents of Northglenn.
I am focused on maintaining a sustainable infrastructure for generations to come.
I support the revitalization of the Northglenn Marketplace and am excited to break ground on a new Recreation Center, Senior Center and Theater. Both the Civic Center development and the Karl's Farm development provide new opportunities for growth and sustainability in our city.
Northglenn is a landlocked city with small areas of opportunity for economic growth. We owe it to residents to make the best decisions as we work with businesses to redevelop the Northglenn Marketplace. Increased sales taxes benefit our residents through increased access to exciting programming. We must use the land we have to the best of our ability in order to generate funds that will ultimately benefit all of our residents.
Northglenn Urban Renewal Authority does a great job of prioritizing redevelopment areas in our city. NURA is a great partner to our council and city staff and we will continue to work together to ensure that we are balancing redevelopment across the city. NURA, city council and the city staff work hard to gather resident input that guides our prioritization process for redevelopment efforts.
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