Letter to the editor: Vote for Blosten

Posted 4/11/18

Vote for Blosten South Suburban is having an election on May 8 to select three new members to the board of directors. I believe that this is an important election as three longtime board members are …

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Letter to the editor: Vote for Blosten

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Vote for Blosten

South Suburban is having an election on May 8 to select three new members to the board of directors. I believe that this is an important election as three longtime board members are term limited (John Ostermiller, Pam Eller, and Mike Anderson). I am supporting the election of Charlie Blosten to the board. Charlie was the public works director for the City of Littleton until he recently retired after 40-plus years.

While I was with South Suburban as the executive director, I had the opportunity to work with him on many open-space acquisitions, trail developments, and playground renovations. He was active on both the South Platte and Highline Canal Working Groups. Charlie is an experienced administrator and understands the public planning and budgeting process.

South Suburban has a significant number of new projects currently underway and many plans for future development. I believe his experience and background in the community would be a valuable asset to the board and the district. He is an active user of South Suburban facilities and is a longtime resident of Littleton.  

Dave Lorenz

Centennial

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