by John Kiljan
In a close three-way race for two openings on the Apex Park and Recreation District Board of Directors, incumbents Lee Humrich and Jeff Glenn were reelected to four-year terms. Candidate Carolyn Jacobs trailed Glenn by only four votes.
The publicly supported Apex P&RD owns and manages most of the public recreational facilities in Arvada, including the buildings at Lutz/Stenger, the Apex Center itself, several swimming pools, the Indian Tree Golf Club and the Community Center on Wadsworth Boulevard.
Here’s the announcement from the ApexPRD.org website:
“Official results of the May 8 Apex Park and Recreation District Board of Directors election were announced on Wednesday, May 9. The top two vote-getters were Lee Humrich with 223 votes and Jeff Glenn with 207 votes. Carolyn J. Jacobs received 203 votes. Humrich and Glenn will be sworn in on Thursday, May 17 at the next regular board meeting, set for 6 pm at Indian Tree Golf Club, 7555 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada.”
WHERE TO FIND OUT MORE
For more election information call Luann Levine, Apex’s designated election official, at 303-403-2518.
The Citizens for a Livable Ralston Community will post more information online on its website at www.RalstonCommunity.org as it becomes available. You can also friend us on Facebook. Our name is “Ralston Arvada.”
John Kiljan, CLRC News: 303-423-9875 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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