BY FREDA MIKLIN
In addition to a three-person race for Cherry Hills Village Mayor, there will be competitive races in all three CHV city council districts where seats are being filled in the November election.
In CHV District Two, Earl Hoellen, who served on the city council from 2015 to 2018 and is currently vice-chair of the city’s planning and zoning commission, is running to reclaim that seat. Tory Leviton, a member of the city’s parks, trails, and recreation commission, is also running for that position.
Residents Susan Maguire and Mark Williams have each filed the required petitions as candidates for CHV City Council District Four.
In CHV District Six, Robert Eber, who is a member of the city’s parks, trails and recreation committee, has filed the necessary paperwork to run for city council, as has resident Tom Conroy.
All six city council candidates’ petitions have been certified as sufficient by the CHV City Clerk, so their names will be on the ballot in November. Although CHV City Council members represent individual districts, they each run at-large, so all registered voters in the city will have the opportunity to vote for one of the two candidates in city council districts two, four and six, as well as one of the three mayoral candidates.
The Villager will have more information on these candidates next week.