I want to be your Mayor!
After serving two 4-year terms on the Westminster City Council as a strong voice and advocate for Westminster citizens, I have decided to continue my service to the community and will be running for the city's upcoming Mayoral election. As an entrepreneur and business owner with a deep commitment to our community, I will continue to advocate for Community Partnerships, for the Northwest Rail, and for our new Town Center.
It has been an honor to serve you as Councillor for the past 8 years.
As your Mayor, I will continue the many Regional partnerships and Intergovernmental agreements we have with surrounding cities and agencies.
Partnerships stretch YOUR tax dollars and expedite the completion of projects.
Our strategic plan is to be financially strong and sustainable and we strive to have vibrant...beautiful...neighborhoods. Our business's small and large are the backbone of our city.
We have managed our supply of water and storage and have a state of the art Wastewater Treatment plant that can sustain us through the complete build-out of Westminster in years to come.
I have served as the liaison for Westminster to many state, county, and national committees working as a TEAM member under the leadership of Mayor Nancy McNally.
As your Mayor, I will LEAD our 'new' team of councilors and work WITH them to continue our outreach to you, our valuable community.
As your Mayor, I will:
- Continue to work with the design engineers and our very dedicated city staff as we:
- Develop a New Town Center at 88th and Sheridan,
Welcome our first commuter TRAIN to the Westminster Station at 71st and Irving in 2016.
- And be your voice for the Northwest rail study to support equity in a regional rail system. In 2004, it was the vote of the people to have a complete Rail System in the Denver Region. I will defend the investment that you’ve made for almost 10years now.
- Westminster needs a total of three Commuter rail stops or we could dry up economiocally.
I ask for your vote and support now!
When you recive your mail-in ballot look for Mary Lindsey on the top line of the Mayor Section of the ballot in Adams County, and the Third name on the Jefferson County ballot.