Lone Tree looks toward elections six months away

Positions now held by mayor, two members of council will be in balance on May 5

Posted 11/12/19

With the fall election season over, Lone Tree residents look to the spring, six months from now, for the city's largest municipal election since 2016. The City of Lone Tree's municipal elections are …

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Lone Tree looks toward elections six months away

Positions now held by mayor, two members of council will be in balance on May 5

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With the fall election season over, Lone Tree residents look to the spring, six months from now, for the city's largest municipal election since 2016.

The City of Lone Tree's municipal elections are set for May 5 and the orientation for those interested in running for city council is to be scheduled sometime in January.

Mayor Jackie Millet's seat is up for reelection, as are the seats for Mayor Pro Tem Cathie Brunnick and Councilmember Wynne Shaw. The three were elected in 2016. Millet and council oversaw the transition of major infrastructure and transportation projects from previous councils, such as the Leaf Pedestrian Bridge and Southeast Light Rail Extension project, extending light rail to RidgeGate. In Millet's first four years, she also led the implementation of the Lone Tree Link Circulator, now the Link On Demand.

If reelected in 2020, all three would be term-limited come 2024.

Brunnick is running to regain her seat in District 2, which includes RidgeGate Commons, Heritage Hills, Park Meadows and The Charter — most of the northern and eastern parts of the city. Shaw is running in District 1, which includes Carriage Club, Country Club Esates, Terra Ridge, Bluffmont and Heritage Estates.

Those interested in receiving updates on running for city council should contact Jay Robb at Jay.Robb@cityoflonetree.com.

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