Carol Fey to run for District 3 seat

Book publisher seeks to ensure fiscal restraint, thoughtful growth

Posted 9/25/17

Longtime Littleton resident Carol Fey is running for the District 3 city council seat, going up against incumbent Phil Cernanec and challenger Steve Esses.

Fey said her primary issues are ensuring the city spends taxes wisely and follows zoning …

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Carol Fey to run for District 3 seat

Book publisher seeks to ensure fiscal restraint, thoughtful growth

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Longtime Littleton resident Carol Fey is running for the District 3 city council seat, going up against incumbent Phil Cernanec and challenger Steve Esses.

Fey said her primary issues are ensuring the city spends taxes wisely and follows zoning laws, and encouraging citizen participation in government.

“I will bring financial restraint to city council,” Fey said in a press release. “I retired 10 years early because I’m so careful about spending. With me on council, Littleton will have more benefits with no tax increases.”

Fey moved to Littleton in 1987 from Minneapolis. She said she became actively involved in community affairs in 2015, when she objected to a proposed building in her neighborhood. She said she was told it would be tough to fight, but “I organized 50 neighbors, we presented the violations to the Planning Board, and they voted in our favor,” Fey said.

Fey said she has worked with the city’s Economic Development Department to encourage good development, and worked to oppose The Grove, the controversial apartment development near Littleton’s courthouse.

Fey holds two master’s degrees, in industrial technology and English. She taught at the University of Minnesota, Bowling Green (Ohio) State University and Arapahoe Community College. She also worked for a total of seven months in Antarctica, and has visited every continent.

Fey is a graduate of the Littleton Citizens Police Academy and served on the Oakbrook Homeowners Board of Directors.

Fey runs Carol Fey & Associates, which publishes and sells instructional books for HVAC contractors, and develops classroom training and webinars.

Fey and partner Patrick Fitzgerald have been together 17 years. Fey’s two children graduated from Heritage High School and the University of Colorado.

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