SUBMITTED BY RON PHELPS
I first arrived in Centennial in 2003 and have been active in volunteering on numerous community boards and committees including open space, budget oversight, sheriff’s office volunteer victim advocate, the Centennial Council of Neighborhoods (CenCON) and the Littleton Public Schools Safe Schools Design Team.
I am devoted to this city, love living here and will do whatever I can to fight for families and our cultural values.
I’m running for city council because I’m concerned about drifting away from the original vision. As the city continues to grow and thrive, we must find innovative ways to foster positive, desirable growth, while holding firm to the city’s original vision of limited government. So, while growth is inevitable, we must develop smart strategies. The city’s economic vision and execution is very important to attract the right kind of growth.
I enjoy opportunities to make a positive difference in people’s lives and in my community. Serving on city council offers an opportunity to do that as I work with other council members and residents to address the important issues facing Centennial.
I am excited for the future and for the opportunity to work together with our residents and my city council colleagues for Centennial.
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