What we witnessed on Wednesday, January 6th in our nation’s capitol was nothing short of an attempted coup and must be condemned forcefully and completely.
I can’t believe it’s already been a little over a year since I had the honor of being sworn in to represent Ward IV. I think it’s safe to say 2020 has not been what any of us expected, but that didn’t keep us from getting work done for our community.
Community, I hope you are all doing well and are ready for the holiday season. Here’s a look at major events that have happened over the past several weeks.
Hello community! I hope you’re all doing well and got to enjoy the weekend. Here’s a look at what we’ve been up to over the past several weeks.
Hello community! I hope you’re all doing well and had a good Labor Day weekend. It’s been a very busy set of weeks covering the 2021 budget, campaign finance reform, and more. I’ll touch on these items and a little more in this update.
Community, I am introducing two ordinances that seek to demilitarize our police force at the September 10th Public Safety, Courts, and Civil Service Committee meeting.
Hello community! I hope you’re managing to stay well during this strange time we’re all living in. Here’s a look at what we’ve been up to over the past several weeks.
I know many of you are wondering why the votes for chief came down the way they did, and I want to take a moment to lay out my rationale.
As y’all know, a lot has happened over the past several weeks. Here’s a rundown of a few things we’ve been working on.
Community, I want to draw your attention to item 10j on the agenda tonight. I’ve received several email comments from the 80016 area code (Tallyn’s Reach/Ward 6) and I wanted to explain why I am sponsoring the resolution tonight and will be pursuing a formal amendment to our Unified Development Ordinance in the months to come. We’re about to experience