I have worked in Denver’s Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District for 18 years, and I’ve lived in Central Denver’s Congress Park for 15 of those years. In that time, I’ve seen tremendous growth in our neighborhoods.
Preserving the diverse and unique neighborhoods that make our city unique is of the utmost importance to me. I want to enable and encourage neighborhoods to discuss the options, benefits and implications of conservation overlays and landmark historic districts. Another way to preserve neighborhood character while building more homes and businesses is adaptive reuse.
I will give a voice to residents, connecting individuals and neighborhood organizations with city-wide agencies so they may work together toward smart, responsible growth. I will always put our neighbors ahead of anything else.
GREAT CITIES are built one neighbor, one neighborhood at a time – the more we know each other, the less we fear. I will elevate ways neighbors can grow closer, including the “Denver Days” program. I encourage all to learn about the Denveright Comprehensive 2040 plan and the Elevate Denver Bond Program: New bike lanes, pedestrian enhancements and transit options are rolling out across the city, as are the first set of neighborhood repairs and improvements funded by this program.
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