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Kevin Furman has lived in the Charter subdivision since 2012.
Tell us about your career.
I have 25 years of executive leadership in operations, administrative, project management and IT functions in a wide range of industries. I have a demonstrated track record of fiscal responsibility, improved productivity, quality and delivery of sustainable results.
What contributions have you made to the community?
I have been a member of the Charter Architectural Review committee since 2015, and spent three years working for the State of Colorado Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation.
Why are you running for the Park Meadows Metropolitan District Board?
I think the state as a whole is experiencing issues such as challenges for first-time home owners, traffic congestion, a rise in road fatalities, increase in DUIs and opioid use, increasing number of homeless and an increase in crimes, such as vehicle theft.
While these issues may have varying degrees of impact on PMMD, it is important to mitigate and monitor these issues to maintain the quality of life of those in the community and assure the value of properties continue to appreciate.
I believe that I can play a key role in helping the PMMD remain transparent and ensure it seeks the input and involvement of the residents of the district in resolving issues, prioritizing projects and ensuring continued fiscal responsibility.
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