I have a strong desire to continue the great work the current Board has accomplished to make our community a better place for all who live and work here. I believe my qualifications and experience would make me a valued Triview Metropolitan District (TMD) Board member.
TMD continues to lead the way to provide for our current water needs while also anticipating and planning for what will be needed upon full build out, both residential and commercial. I find it complicated yet fascinating. It is impressive to see the hard work that has been done to date by the Board, who are all members of our community. They ask the hard questions, and tackle obstacles all with the benefit of the community at the forefront of their minds. I want to contribute to this effort, first by seeing the Northern Delivery System (NDS) to completion, and then to continue the development of the renewable water system.
Through many of my continuing and past positions, both employment or volunteer, integrity, professionalism, commitment, determination, and a strong work ethic are some of what I would bring to the Board of Directors table. My ability to work well with others, adapting and problem solving all while providing quality, timely responses have significantly contributed to my successful efforts in building strong, lasting relationships with internal and external offices and organizations. As a Neighborhood Watch Coordinator for Promontory Pointe, I have had the pleasure of working directly with Jim McGrady and the staff in organizing community events. In addition, having attended some Board meetings has allowed me to learn more about current projects, obstacles, ways forward and current Directors and Staff. This is an amazing team.
TMD makes the time to care for customers, they take pride in their work, and maintain regular communication across our community. These qualities appealed to me and being able to give back to my community on TMD’s Board of Directors would be another way to serve my community.
Thank you for your time and your vote.