BY DORIS B. TRUHLARGOVERNMENTAL REPORTER
Don Sheehan was the winner in District 4, the eastern-most district of Centennial and also one with a considerable amount of land that constitutes “holes in the city,” that is, areas that have not been annexed to Centennial. Sheehan said he was grateful to the voters for giving him the nod to serve.
Additionally, Sheehan said the votes in favor of him, fairly lopsided (with a 388-vote margin) for a Centennial council election, were “exciting” and that he is looking forward to serving on the council. He said he knows there is “a steep learning curve,” including getting up-to-date on the status of the Streets at SouthGlenn. His opponent, Anna Burr, is an attorney.
Sheehan noted that there are numerous committees, including several that are not Centennial committees, such as the Centennial Airport Noise Roundtable and also the Denver Regional Council of Governments. He said that he believes it is important to learn about the business of those committees.
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