Westminster is in a wonderful period of growth. The redevelopment of the former Westminster Mall and planned RTD trains will take our city into a new era. I want to represent my neighbors on the Westminster City Council to ensure that this growth brings positive results for everyone in our community. I will bring new energy to City Council and be a voice for unity as we face these opportunities for growth.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website to learn more about my campaign for Westminster City Council. I am a proud homeowner in Westminster and my husband and I are raising two darling girls here. I look forward to their future in our city. Even though my own childhood was challenging. I was able to overcome early obstacles through hard work and determination to set a good example for my younger sister — putting myself through college and law school after our single mom passed away when I was 20. Watching over my sister from such a young age cemented qualities of tenacity and empathy. I know first-hand the value of personal responsibility and economic ingenuity.
I am running for City Council because Westminster is at a tipping point where we have the possibility for new levels of prosperity. The new mall development needs to be a success, and our city needs to secure the promised trains/FasTracks from RTD. We need these ventures to make good on our investment, to raise up ALL of Westminster, and provide our citizens with the opportunities to make a better life.
I will fight to ensure that we invest in infrastructure and economic growth. I am committed to making our city a great place to grow a small business and an attractive home for large corporations. I believe in a city government that encourages confidence and works collaboratively with businesses to provide opportunities for all.
I will be your voice on City Council, and I want to hear from you. Please feel free to email or call me.
Good representation starts with listening, and I encourage you to let me know how I can best represent you.
I look forward to hearing from you,
I was raised to believe that we need to begin by being grateful for the good already received. In our city that is a long list.
In the near future we have several significant challenges facing our community.
I live a half mile from the site of the old Westminster Mall. Driving past that vast emptiness gives me a daily reminder of how much we need to focus on our economic future. The next few years of development in this area have the possibility to make good on our significant financial investment, to raise up all of Westminster, and to provide new business opportunities.
In talking to citizens, trains are at the top of nearly everyone's minds. Even if you do not plan to commute by train you will benefit from RTD making good on their promises. Having RTD trains to Westminster dramatically improves our appeal to businesses large and small. Making the city more attractive to business will naturally lead to more jobs for our community. This type of infrastructure will raise up all of Westminster. Connecting Westminster to Denver ensures that we are part of the economic engine of the Front Range.
Plus, won't it be great to leave your car behind to go to a Rockies or a Broncos game? None of the hassle of Denver parking for major festivals or events. Fighting for the trains our taxes have been paying for since the 1970's will be a key focus of my term on City Council.
Our city has not been immune from the financial challenges that have plagued our country in recent years. It is vital that more work is done to ensure that our city is growing economically and that we continue to have the funds available to maintain our city services. It is also important that the City is fiscally strong enough to be able to return programs like large item pick-up.
I will focus on bringing business to Westminster, working to ensure that all of Westminster benefits from economic growth and that no section of our city is left behind.
I want to be your voice as we lead this amazing city forward.