Brief imported Support 3B
As a business owner, community member, and a father of four D50 graduates, I am voting yes on 3B for Adams 50 schools.
I’ve signed both the front and the back of a paycheck, so I know that when it comes to investment, you need to focus on your return. When I see the news lately about the improvements at Adams 50 schools — three consecutive years of improved test scores, the opening of a STEM school, increased financial accountability measures — I see a good investment that will eventually help my bottom line and make Westminster a stronger community.
The district has already cut budgets to the bone. I don’t want to see us lose our good teachers to other districts any more than I want to see my best employees walk over to my biggest competitor.
Skeet Hartman, Westminster
We are fortunate to have Bob Briggs as a candidate for the office of Mayor of Westminster and I urge you to vote for him.
As a long time resident of Westminster I have known Bob for close to 30 years and have always been impressed with his commitment to public service and, particularly, his commitment to Westminster. As county commissioner, RTD board member, representative to the Colorado legislature, and, now, city councilor, he has demonstrated this commitment and his leadership in ways that few can match.
As just one of the many examples of Bob’s service to Westminster he chaired the Westminster Centennial Committee, which published a marvelous history of our city, “Westminster: The First 100 Years.” He not only made this happen but also led the effort that raised over $100,000 to make the project successful.
If commitment to Westminster and examples of leadership in a wide variety of organizations are criteria for serving as mayor then I hope you will help elect him.
Michael Hayes, Westminster