Gary William Godden: candidate for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board

Candidate for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board

Posted 4/11/18

Gary William Godden lives in the Prominence Point subdivision. He has been in the Park Meadows community since 2000. Tell us about your career. I moved to Colorado in 1973 to earn a Master of …

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Gary William Godden: candidate for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board

Candidate for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board

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Gary William Godden lives in the Prominence Point subdivision. He has been in the Park Meadows community since 2000.

Tell us about your career.

I moved to Colorado in 1973 to earn a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1975. I received a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1988. I founded Godden/Sudik Architects in 1992, where I currently remain as a principal of this 28-person residential design firm.

What contributions have you made to the community?

I was a City of Lone Tree planning commissioner from 2007-14, and currently serve as a District 1 Douglas County planning commissioner. I am a member of Prominence Point Architectural Review Committee, as well as a member of Club at Ravenna Design Review Committee and a member of the Lone Tree Board of Appeals and Adjustment.

Why are you running for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board?

Through my career as an architect and land planner, as well as serving as a planning commissioner with the City of Lone Tree and Douglas County, I have become familiar with the efforts that the PMMD has made to improve the infrastructure of the district, and, in turn, enhancing the quality of life of its residents. I would like to make sure that the PMMD maintains its high standards in protecting property values while creating and maintaining well-designed and attractive projects for the district’s residents. As a member of the PMMD, I will work to ensure that the district’s project funds are spent in a cost-conscious and effective manner, and that high design standards continue to be maintained for the city that we love.

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