City Council candidate, District 4
Q. What is your favorite aspect of Downtown? In what ways do you utilize Downtown?
A. I visit downtown mostly for government chores, like filing my campaign reports!
I like Acacia Park.
Q. How do you think Downtown Colorado Springs relates to the entire Pikes Peak region?
A. It is the seat of city and county government.
Q. What do you hope can happen to better Downtown Colorado Springs by the end of your term in office?
A. I think it could be more user friendly by getting rid of the parking meters!
Q. If you possessed a magic wand, what changes would you make to Downtown?
A. Getting rid of the parking meters!
Q. In what ways do you see Downtown Colorado Springs as a catalyst for enhancing the economic and cultural vitality of our region?
A. I think people can be catalysts. I don't see a group of blocks as having the power
to alter behavior or create vitality.