by John Kiljan
Dear CLRC members and friends,
Your vote on Tuesday counts more than in most elections. Votes from our neighborhoods count in two ways:
Your vote helps decide who will represent us as the park and recreation district makes some very important decisions on its upcoming bond proposal. But a high vote count from the neighborhoods around the central Ralston Road corridor also raises the profile of our neighborhoods and local recreational needs. In the past Apex board elections have been won or lost by a small handful of votes.
If you have not already applied for and received a main-ballot, you will have to go to one of two polling places in Arvada to vote in this election. The polls will be open May 8th from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at these locations:
The Apex Center
13150 W 72nd Avenue
and at the
Community Recreation Center
(aka the Senior Center)
6842 Wadsworth Boulevard
There are two board openings and three candidates are running. You can vote for one or two candidates from the list of three.
Who to vote for? The CLRC doesn’t endorse candidates. You have to make that decision yourself, but to help out our members we interviewed each of the candidates running for the board. You can read those interviews by going to our website at http://www.RalstonCommunity.org or you can click on the links below for each candidate.
Lee Humrich http://wp.me/p1ecMV-8y
Jeff Glenn http://wp.me/p1ecMV-8D
Carolyn Jacobs http://wp.me/p1ecMV-8u
WHERE TO FIND OUT MORE
The Citizens for a Livable Ralston Community regularly posts information on its website at http://www.ralstoncommunity.org/ as it becomes available. Or you can friend us on Facebook. Our name is ‘Ralston Arvada.’
John Kiljan, CLRC Notes: 303-423-9875 or email@example.com