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Politics

  • Indian Hills fire board candidate concerned with needs of firefighters

    Editor's note: This story is part of a series on candidates for the board of the Indian Hills Fire Protection District in May's election.

    Indian Hills resident Ty Robbins says he decided to seek a seat on the fire district board to support volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians.

    “I want those guys to know someone cares about them,” Robbins said. “I’m doing this because they deserve fair representation.”

  • Lindquist brings financial management experience to park district board

    Editor's note: This story is part of a series on candidates for the board of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District in May's election.

    Evergreen resident Peter Lindquist says he’s seeking re-election to the board of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District so that he may continue making a contribution to his community.

  • Inter-Canyon theft prompts newcomer to run for board

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of profiles of candidates running for the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District board in May’s election.

    Morrison resident Kerry Prielipp decided to run for the Inter-Canyon Fire District board after hearing about the theft and embezzlement allegations against former fire chief David MacBean.

    “I don’t understand how this could’ve happened if there was the right oversight,” Prielipp said. “As a taxpayer and as a citizen, I want to be a part of the solution.”

  • Former Indian Hills fire chief seeking seat on district board

    Editor's note: This is the first in a series of stories about candidates for the Indian Hills Fire District board in the May election.

    Former Indian Hills fire chief Don Schoenbein says the “firehouse fiasco” is the reason that he decided to run for the district fire board in the May 6 election.

    The $5 million bond issue, which the Indian Hills fire board asked residents to support to build a new station, prompted him to challenge incumbent board members, Schoenbein said.

  • Park district candidate is former fitness center executive, bodybuilder

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of profiles of the five candidates running for three seats on the Evergreen Park and Recreation District board.

    As a candidate for the board of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District, Tim Kimber says he can offer his experience as a former executive of a national fitness enterprise. He is among five candidates seeking three seats up for election on May 6.

    “With my business background and passion for fitness and health, I could bring some good things to the board,” Kimber said.

  • Gerou won’t seek re-election

    State Rep. Cheri Gerou, a prominent Evergreen Republican who is in her sixth year at the statehouse, will not run for re-election in November.

    Gerou, the first female member of the House to chair the powerful Joint Budget Committee, has represented District 25 in western Jeffco since first being elected in 2008. She is planning to return to her architecture career.

  • Five candidates vying for three open seats on EPRD board

    Evergreen residents will choose among five candidates for three seats up for election on the Evergreen Park and Recreation District board in the May 6 election.

    Park board member Peter Lindquist is the only incumbent among the candidates, which include new and familiar faces. Evergreen native John Ellis is joining Lindquist in the race, along with 12-year resident Peg Linn, Tim Kimber and Monty Estis, who are relatively new to the area.

    Board members Mark Footer and Kit Darrow decided not to seek re-election this year.

  • Fire district won’t need spring election

    The Evergreen Fire Protection District will not have a spring board election because there are no contested seats.

    Instead, Colorado election laws allow the fire district to cancel the election and declare the four candidates for the four available positions elected. The fire district will save about $80,000. The four will take over the positions in May.

  • Four candidates running for three Inter-Canyon board seats

    Four candidates, including three incumbents, will vie for three four-year terms on the Inter-Canyon Fire District board in May's election.

    Kerry Prielipp turned in a self-nomination form and will challenge incumbents Leslie Caimi, Karl Firor and Michael Reddy.

    Another seat up for election on the Inter-Canyon board with a two-year term had only one candidate, incumbent Joe Marcus, and so he will remain on the board, said Dana Retterer, Inter-Canyon’s election official. Board member Ralph Dreher’s seat is not up for election.

  • Indian Hills fire board members facing two challengers in May election

    Former Indian Hills fire chief Don Schoenbein and resident Timothy Robbins will be challenging three incumbent board members in the May election for the Indian Hills Fire Protection District.

    The terms of fire district board members Marc Rosenberg, Ron Walton and Kelley Lehman are expiring this year. All three have decided to seek re-election, according to information from Dana Retterer of Toussaint, Nemer and Coaty, designated election official for the fire district.