Time: October 12, 2013 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Location: Koelbel Library
Street: 5955 S. Holly St.
City/Town: Centennial, CO 80121
Website or Map: http://lwvarapahoe.org/Public…
Event Type: candidate forum
Organized By: LWV [posted by W. Branstetter]
Latest Activity: Oct 9, 2013
Centennial City Council Candidate Forum
Learn more about the candidates for Centennial Mayor and City Council District 2 at this event. Five of the nine positions will be decided this year.
Saturday, October 12 at 2:30 p.m.
Koelbel Public Library
5955 S. Holly St.
Centennial, CO 80121
This event is free and open to the public.
The candidates for mayor are:
Monika Sue Bromley
Cathy A. Noon, the incumbent who is seeking a second four-year term
The City Council District 2 candidates running for the position held by Sue Bosier, who is term-limited, are:
Voters will also choose between Mike Hanbery and Kathleen Turley, running to replace District 1 Council Member Rick Dindinger, who is term limited. Mark Gotto is the only candidate for term-limited District 3 Council Member Rebecca McClellan's position. And voters will decide among John Tate, William Turner, or Charles Whelan III to succeed term-limited District 4 Council Member Ron Weidmann.
More information on the Centennial candidates may be found on the city's web site here.
Centennial voters will also be asked to approve a city ballot issue on the city's ability to use it existing fiber optic network to provide telecommunication services to city residents and businesses. Currently Centennial (and all other local governments in Colorado) is prohibited by state law to partner with private entities to deliver telecommunication services to its constituents. This law remains as is, unless Centennial voters decide to override that law by voting on a ballot question. Centennial is asking the voters to override the state law.
Visit the city's web site here for more information on this ballot issue.
For information, call the City of Centennial's information line at 303-325-8000.