Federal Heights Ward 2 (two year term)

Posted 10/16/19

Doris Peterson 1801W 92nd Ave. Lot 132, Background: Retired after more than 22years in the self-storage industry in Bailey before moving to Federal Heights. I am motivated to help make our city …

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Federal Heights Ward 2 (two year term)

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Doris Peterson

1801W 92nd Ave. Lot 132,

Background: Retired after more than 22years in the self-storage industry in Bailey before moving to Federal Heights. I am motivated to help make our city greater by improving the lives of its citizens however I can. It's a wonderful place to live and with the help of a dedicated council, it can grow and prosper.

Contact: 720 749-5992; Dpeterson@fedheights.org

Please describe your leadership style in three words.

Keep it simple

Describe the skills that make you the best candidate for the job.

Honest, thoughtful, straightforward

Please list your top three priorities if elected.

Seniors and aging, schools and education, community involvement.

Discuss economic growth in your community. How can you balance economic opportunity with current residents' desire to preserve their way of life?

Careful consideration of economic impact on the city's growth. Rely on advice and communication from city staff and citizens regarding expansion of opportunities.

What is the city's role in guiding redevelopment for areas in need of repair? Where would you target the city's redevelopment efforts and dollars?

The city can budget for repairs and redevelopment carefully, following the proposals and advice from our own employee experts. Redevelopment efforts might focus on additional businesses to bring in necessary tax dollars, and going forward we should consider adding facilities that benefit our youth and their families.

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