Meet the Silt Trustees
Age: 67Hometown: Whitehall, Md.Years in Silt: 32 yearsHow long mayor: since April 2006Term ends: April 2010Will you run again? Thats a good question. I feel that Im an asset to the town, and Ill probably make this a one-termer. I have been asked around town if I will run for County Commissioner, and that all depends. My first obligation is to the town of Silt, which I love.Occupation: DeveloperWhy did you decide to run for the board? I feel that with my age, Im 67, Ive had tremendous amount of experience in business. Im honest and Im a hard worker. Ive handled large amounts of money and know how this business works.
Age: 57Hometown: Born and raised in Menomonie, Wisc.Years in Silt: 11 yearsTerm ends: April 2010Will you run again? Yes, probablyOccupation: Computer consultant for the wholesale lumber industryWhy did you decide to run for the board? I feel that community service is important and my work schedule is flexible enough for me to serve on the board. Its a good way to pay the community back in such a capacity.
Age: 49Hometown: Born in Deming, N.M., raised in Luna County, N.M.; moved to Garfield County (Glenwood Springs) permanently in 1981Years in Silt: 6 yearsTerm ends: April 2008Occupation: Building supervisor for the City of Glenwood SpringsWhy did you decide to run for the board? (Comment not received)
Age: 65 Hometown: Rosemead, Calif.Years in Silt: 8 yearsTerm ends: April 2008Will you run again? No Ive retired and my wife and I are moving to North CarolinaOccupation: Retired real estate appraiserWhy did you decide to run for the board? I wanted to be involved in the community. I was on the P&Z board for awhile and a spot on the Board of Commissioners opened up. I have many years of real estate background and business background, 40-plus years to offer.
Age: Dont care to sayHometown: DenverYears in Silt: 5 yearsHow long trustee: since April 2006Term up: April 2008Will you run again? Dont knowOccupation: BankerWhy did you decide to run for the board? My decision to run for Silt Town Council was driven by my desire to make a positive impact on Silt and its future. It was my hope that my skills and expertise would complement the talents of the balance of the board members.
Joe CarpenterJoyce JornickBrad PlantzAndrew ReevesJohn ReevesJohn Zeller
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A restriction on outdoor water use for Glenwood Springs city water customers is in place Saturday night until 8 a.m. Monday following heavy weekend rains over both the Grizzly Creek and Lake Christine burn scars.