Letter to the editor: Pick Reed for mayor

Posted 10/24/18

Pick Reed for mayor The recently approved changes to the Castle Rock Town Charter call for the election of an at-large mayor and other procedural and substantive matters in November’s election. …

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Letter to the editor: Pick Reed for mayor

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Pick Reed for mayor

The recently approved changes to the Castle Rock Town Charter call for the election of an at-large mayor and other procedural and substantive matters in November’s election.

Several candidates have thrown their hats into the ring making for a highly competitive and spirited campaign. One of them, former Castle Rock Mayor Randy Reed, enjoys some unique qualifications worth noting.

Mr. Reed has the advantage of being able to run on an historical record of facts, not merely campaign promises, slogans or buzz words. Those of us who have come to know Randy recognize his determination, responsiveness and even-tempered nature. His broad, thoughtful perspectives on critical issues make him easily approachable. He is inquisitive, thoughtful and responsive in dealings with his constituents.

He is highly respected and enjoys a reputation as a truly civic-minded community leader and dedicated public servant. During his tenure as a town council member and mayor, Randy established a solid record as an effective leader. His collaborative style of governance and even-handedness served him well and were particularly helpful in dealing with the financial challenges of the great recession of 2008 for the town. Randy is a proven consensus-builder and established the reputation as a reliable collaborator in mutually beneficial municipal and regional relationships.

I have no doubt whatsoever that Randy will be able to “hit the streets running” beginning day one and urge you to consider casting your vote for him.

Ken Kania

Castle Rock 

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