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I'm running to bring a progressive voice to City Council, and if elected, will work to enact a community-focused agenda on Safety, Mobility, and Vitality.
Safety: Improved protections and enforcement to ensure that our homes, neighborhood streets, and civic spaces are safe for everyone.
Mobility: With more than 50,000 in-commuters every day, Boulder's traffic problems are worse than ever. I'll work for more transportation option, with wider accessibility, to reduce traffic congestions and CO2 emissions.
Vitality: Smart growth and middle-income housing strategies to benefit young families and retain our sense of community.
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I am running for the Boulder City Council because I love this place! I love Boulder for all of its outdoor and cultural assets, for its interesting and accomplished residents, and for all of its unique quirks. I also know that Boulder is facing a variety of challenges that we need to address to make it an even better and more welcoming community.
We need to make our streets and civic spaces safer, we need innovative transportation solutions to move people more efficiently from Point A to Point B, and we need to sustain the vitality of our economy while retaining our sense of community.
I moved to Boulder to work for former Vice President Al Gore at his global climate change initiative. I now serve as the Chairman of the Transportation Advisory Board, and am a member of the Boulder Chamber's Community Affairs Council. I was appointed by City Council to serve on the Marijuana Advisory Panel, and am also a proud board member of the Boulder Ensemble Theater Company.
I am also a near-daily user of our Open Spaces, and cycle, mountain bike, trail run, ski, and snowshoe.
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October 16, 2017
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August 28, 2017