Nadine Caldwell, who served for 16 years on the Aurora City Council and has remained a powerful advocate for Northwest Aurora, today announced that she is endorsing Mike Coffman for Mayor of the City of Aurora.
“I’m honored to endorse Mike Coffman for Mayor for the City of Aurora.\ I’ve admired Mike ever since I first met him in 1983, right after he came home from the Marines and started a small business and became very active in our community.”
Caldwell founded one of the first neighborhood organizations in Aurora, Northwest Aurora Neighborhood Organization (NANO), in 1976.\ She served as President for 13 years and still sits on the board.\ Caldwell served on three of the largest redevelopment projects in the state, each significantly affecting north Aurora: the Lowry Redevelopment Authority, the Stapleton Development Corporation, and the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority. She has also served on the Aurora Historical Society Board, the Aurora Economic Development Corporation Board, Metro Wastewater Reclamation District Board, the E-470 Authority Board, and was a Sand Creek Regional Greenway founder and board member.\ Caldwell’s awards and honors include the Aurora Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year, the Circle of Life Award for community service from the City of Aurora and Waste Management, and induction into the Aurora Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame in 2015.
“Mike fully understands that public safety has to be his top priority and that every resident of our city has a right to feel safe, regardless of where they live in Aurora,” said Caldwell.\
“It’s such an honor to have Nadine Caldwell’s endorsement in my race for Mayor.\ She has had so many leadership roles for so long, but what impresses me the most is her tireless dedication to tackling the toughest challenges in northwest Aurora.” said Coffman.
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