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Centennial City Council 2023 Election: Meet District 2 Candidate Christine Sweetland

With hopes of getting re-elected to represent District 2 on the Centennial City Council, incumbent candidate Christine Sweetland said she has loved serving as a council member.“I’ve always been a volunteer and helped in the community. And this just feels like a bigger extension of that,” Sweetland said. “I have an important voice in the future of the city. And I want to continue to make that happen.”Sweetland is running for the District 2 seat against candidate Rick Rome and write-in candidate Pris...

With hopes of getting re-elected to represent District 2 on the Centennial City Council, incumbent candidate Christine Sweetland said she has loved serving as a council member.

“I’ve always been a volunteer and helped in the community. And this just feels like a bigger extension of that,” Sweetland said. “I have an important voice in the future of the city. And I want to continue to make that happen.”

Sweetland is running for the District 2 seat against candidate Rick Rome and write-in candidate Priscilla Rutledge.

She worked in telecommunications for about 15 years, working in different roles such as marketing and customer service, before switching her career to being a real estate appraiser, she said.

“Every role I had in my telecommunications jobs really helped me figure out how to run my business,” she said. “I love being a small business owner.”

Sweetland said being an appraiser helps with addressing issues on city council, especially when it comes to housing.

Some of her priorities include addressing housing issues, ensuring people feel safe in the community and focusing on what multimodal micromobility could look like in Centennial.

“I truly am passionate about the changes and growth that is happening, and … I want to have a strong voice in what our city’s gonna look like in the next 10, 15, 20 years,” she said. “I truly want what’s best for our city.”

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Housing is an issue where the decisions the council makes today will be really impactful in five to 10 years, Sweetland said.

“I think we’re a lot more open to exploring different housing opportunities than we ever have been in the past,” she said. “I think we’re a lot more open to looking at, like, maybe a Habitat for Humanity or some similar nonprofit-type housing solution.”

The council has been studying and discussing potential strategies it could adopt to address housing affordability and accessibility issues in Centennial.

Some of those strategies include an inclusionary zoning program, permitting accessory dwelling units, implementing a land banking program and having an expedited review process.

Inclusionary zoning is defined as policies that require and/or incentivize residential developers to include affordable units in their development or pay a fee-in-lieu of building affordable units.

Sweetland said she supports an inclusionary zoning ordinance and would want Centennial’s to be similar to Littleton’s ordinance.

“I think if we do adopt an inclusionary zoning policy, that we have to be open to the fact that we’re gonna be looking at it often to make changes to meet the needs of the community — the changing needs of the community,” she said.

Sweetland said she was not a fan of accessory dwelling units initially.

“But, during the housing study, it did get a lot of support from our community,” she said. “And so, I think if it’s right for, you know, certain areas, and the community supports it, I think that, you know, we’re going to do that.”

Land banking refers to when local governments buy, acquire and hold land for later development as affordable housing.

“I think everybody’s very supportive of land banking, just because it’s more of a market-driven solution,” she said. “That’s something we’re gonna have to partner with somebody.”

She said she cannot imagine Centennial ever standing up its own housing authority, but she believes there are enough partners in that space for the city to work with.

Sweetland said expedited review means looking at the city’s procedures to make sure that when people want to do developments in Centennial, they can get the structure they need to go forward before they put in a lot of money.

“Expedited review, now that we kind of have a better grasp on that, I think that’s a really good one,” she said.

Sweetland said she would also like to see more live-work units developed in the city, saying she thinks it is an untapped solution to an affordability issue.

Sweetland said the city has a great partnership with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.

“They did ask us for more deputies. And I think that’s going to be really helpful, because people want to see that there are officers available if they need it,” she said.

During a Sept. 12 city council work session, the sheriff’s office presented a 2024 budget request for Centennial that included adding five staff — two patrol deputies, two traffic safety deputies and one investigator.

Sweetland said about half of the city’s budget goes toward the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.

She said she likes that the sheriff’s office has a co-responder program to help people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

“I think that’s really important,” she said. “Public safety takes different forms, and so, I would like to see if we can, you know, expand that.”

A lot of residents worry about the issue of homelessness, Sweetland said.

The city recently worked with Arapahoe County to create a new position — a Centennial homeless outreach liaison who works with people facing homelessness and refers them to resources or programs.

Sweetland said she thinks having an outreach liaison helps a lot.

“We’ve done some really great programs. And, you know, I would like to see that continue,” she said.

Sweetland said she would like to see the city do more multimodal projects, such as the project happening on Colorado Boulevard.

Centennial needs to figure out better connections so that people feel comfortable taking shorter trips, such as 1-3 miles, by walking, biking, or using an electric scooter rather than taking a car, she said.

“I just think that we need to kind of focus a little bit more on what that multimodal micromobility looks like,” she said.

Sweetland said many Centennial residents are proud that the city has no debt.

“Even when interest rates were so low, it was almost like, are we hurting ourselves?” she said. “Because we’re … waiting to save this money in order to do these projects, when we could take basically a zero interest rate loan, but it’s, you know, people in our city really appreciate that.”

“I’m committed to keeping that when it makes, you know, sense to do it — it just means that projects take a little longer in Centennial,” she continued.

Sweetland said she sometimes has to explain to residents that although the city’s reserves look really high, all the money is earmarked for future uses.

In the city’s budget, she thinks the city should prioritize funding the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, funding for public works to invest in having good streets and sidewalks, as well as prioritizing open space, parks and trails.

“In our city, we have a lot of already defined parks and open space,” she said. “But I want to make sure that we have the connections so that if we do build more neighborhoods, that they have the same access to those amenities as everybody else.”

When it comes to voting on controversial issues, Sweetland said she believes that in most decisions, it is possible to find common ground.

“The other thing we have to remember is that decisions that we make aren’t set in stone,” she said. “We can always change it.”

She said she tries to always explain why she is voting a certain way when she sits on the council chamber dais.

Sweetland likes to go to events and educational opportunities to learn more about issues, she said.

“I have to be willing to listen to other viewpoints before I make a decision,” she said.

When it comes to supporting local businesses, Sweetland expressed pride in how the council spent its COVID-19 relief funds.

According to a city report, Centennial received more than $10.39 million through an agreement with Arapahoe County. Of that, about $9.2 million went to small business assistance.

Sweetland said the city started with a grant program for brick-and-mortar businesses, such as restaurants.

“But what I’m most proud of is that we still had money left over, and I asked that we also open it up to, you know, our small businesses that are home-based businesses — to, you know, the hairdressers, the massage therapists,” she said.

She said she also suggested that the city open up grant money to nonprofits.

Looking at how the city can continue to invest in local businesses, Sweetland said she supports the city’s program, Spark Centennial.

She also would like for Centennial to look at doing similar campaigns as she has seen Aurora and Littleton do where they help promote local businesses.

“I’d like to see us do some more of those types of things where we’re really focusing on some of those local unique Centennial businesses that people don’t even know exist,” she said.

Centennial City Council 2023 election: Meet District 3 candidate Valdan Vandemark

When neighbors and friends first asked Valdan Vandemark if he would be interested in running for Centennial City Council, his initial answer was no, he said.“And then I started getting really interested in what city council really does, what they’re accountable for, how they impact the lives of, you know, all my neighbors and me,” Vandemark said. “And my ‘no’ quickly became … ‘How could I not run?’”Vandemark is running against incumbent Council Member Richard Holt for...

When neighbors and friends first asked Valdan Vandemark if he would be interested in running for Centennial City Council, his initial answer was no, he said.

“And then I started getting really interested in what city council really does, what they’re accountable for, how they impact the lives of, you know, all my neighbors and me,” Vandemark said. “And my ‘no’ quickly became … ‘How could I not run?’”

Vandemark is running against incumbent Council Member Richard Holt for the District 3 seat.

“I went back and listened to, you know, hours and hours and several years of city council meetings,” he said. “I started to get really enrolled and excited about the possibility of serving and making that kind of difference.”

After listening through the city council meetings, he also felt unrepresented in his district, he said.

The 31-year-old said he does not think there is anyone around his age, or who thinks about business in the same way he does.

Vandemark said he has always had an entrepreneurial way of thinking. As a teenager, he started an online coaching business for different video games. Since then, he has worked as a manager for various companies, he said.

He now runs his own ADT security business, he said.

“I have a lot of experience working with people younger than me, people older than me, people my age, in managing teams of those people that, you know, get great results and have them work well together,” he said.

Some of the main issues he believes the city faces are housing and public safety. If elected, he said he will be a public servant, make himself available to people, and be active in the community.

“I’m clear that I will be a better representative for the residents of District 3,” he said. “I’ll do that by collaborating, listening, making myself massively readily available for people.

“And I’m going to show up prepared. I’m going to be a team player,” he added. “I will take your call, I’ll listen to what you have to say, and I will work with you and anyone I have to (on a) solution, common sense solution.”

Housing

One of the main issues Centennial faces is housing, Vandemark said.

“A responsibility for city council would definitely be housing,” he said. “Housing is going to be one of the biggest influencers on the future of Centennial in the next five to 10 years.”

Most of his friends cannot afford to live anywhere near where they grew up. He has also heard from older adults that they cannot afford to downsize, he said.

Vandemark would like to see more mixed-use developments in Centennial.

“I’m a huge fan of SouthGlenn,” he said, referring to The Streets at SouthGlenn. “Now, I think the rent prices are too high to be competitive in any market with the way they did that.”

“But, having a place where there’s, like, nice retail, there’s things to do, there’s restaurants, there’s activity, you know, and there’s higher density living options for people — that is something I’m all for,” he said.

Vandemark said he sees a lot of underutilized and aging office shopping and retail spaces that he thinks could be redeveloped into mixed-use areas with higher density living options that are more affordable.

The council has been studying and discussing potential strategies it could adopt to address housing affordability and accessibility issues.

Some of those strategies include an inclusionary zoning program, permitting accessory dwelling units, implementing a land banking program and having an expedited review process.

When it comes to accessory dwelling units, also called ADUs, Vandemark said the council will need to regulate them.

“They’re going to need to be regulated in a way that … works, is safe for both the occupants and safe for the people owning them, and kind of can be an organic fit to a neighborhood,” he said.

Vandemark said he supports having public hearings on things like that, providing a chance for neighbors to share their input.

“Overall, I’m for ADUs,” he said.

Inclusionary zoning is defined as policies that require and/or incentivize residential developers to include affordable units in their development or pay a fee-in-lieu of building affordable units.

Vandemark said he is “not really for or against inclusionary zoning.”

“In general, I am more of an advocate of being in communication and working with people than, kind of, just putting ordinances and saying, ‘You need to follow X, Y, or Z,’” he said.

Public safety

In the last year or so, Vandemark said his work vehicle has been broken into, his personal car was broken into and his neighbor’s house was broken into.

The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office was responsive and great, but there was no follow-up about the home invasion, he said.

He said he thinks the council should have a conversation with the sheriff’s office about whether it is getting what it needs to manage things.

The sheriff’s office did recently present a 2024 budget request for Centennial that included adding five staff — two patrol deputies, two traffic safety deputies and one investigator.

Vandemark feels there is a lack of communication between residents, city council and the sheriff’s office.

He said he is someone who can help bridge that gap by communicating what residents are experiencing and what the council plans to allocate to the sheriff’s office.

If elected, he would be attentive to local homeowners association meetings and local board meetings, he said. He also gives out his cell phone number and described himself as reliable and responsive.

“I’m someone that likes to be, you know, very active in the community,” he said.

He will also listen to what the sheriff’s office says it needs and will be “a voice for both sides,” he said.

Vandemark said he has family members in law enforcement and feels for that community.

“Part of this conversation is not just to be like, ‘Oh, we’re not getting what we need.’ It’s really to look at how can we support you guys, the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s (Office), as a community to make policing easier and more effective in our community?” he said.

Finances

Fiscal responsibility means spending money well on things that benefit the people who pay for it, Vandemark said.

“I think the city council does a pretty good job of being more fiscally responsible already,” he said.

The city contracts out many of its services and generally has less employees than other cities of a similar size, he said.

He thinks the council should prioritize public safety and infrastructure in the city budget.

Making decisions on controversial issues

Vandemark said he cannot promise to be an expert on everything, but he will do a ton of research when it comes to voting on issues so that he clearly understands both sides.

“I think that starts with talking to people,” he said.

When making a decision on a controversial issue, he would take a “common-sense look at things” and try to make a decision that will benefit everyone, he said.

He said he would be very transparent about why he is voting a certain way.

“When someone (is) a part of the decision making process, I think whether the decision is quite what they want it to be or not, as long as they feel heard, I would say … that’s my main goal,” he said.

“I want people to feel heard in the conversation,” he added. “That’s my approach to that — just transparency, honesty, collaboration.”

Supporting local businesses

Vandemark said he would advocate for “getting things passed quickly” for local businesses.

“If they have zoning issues or things they need to get done, that we make that a very easy, streamlined process for someone to come into Centennial and say, ‘I want to open a business,’” he said.

He said some shopping centers in the city have quite a few vacancies, and he would like to explore working with developers and property owners to potentially redevelop those shopping centers or make them more appealing.

“Overall, I think the biggest thing for businesses is just making it really easy for them … and simple for them to operate here,” he said.

What is Centennial, CO Known For? 5 Things to Love About This City

With its well-maintained parks, top-rated education opportunities, and diverse community events, Centennial, Colorado, provides its residents with a high quality of life. Whether exploring the local shops and restaurants or enjoying the beautiful outdoor spaces, there’s always something new in this dynamic city. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Centennial, ...

With its well-maintained parks, top-rated education opportunities, and diverse community events, Centennial, Colorado, provides its residents with a high quality of life. Whether exploring the local shops and restaurants or enjoying the beautiful outdoor spaces, there’s always something new in this dynamic city. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Centennial, homes for sale, or want to learn more about what Centennial is known for, this Redfin article will guide you.

1. 300 days of sunshine

The sunny climate in Centennial creates an ideal environment for outdoor activities year-round, attracting residents and visitors alike to enjoy hiking, biking, and exploring the city’s numerous parks and trails. The consistent sunshine contributes to the city’s vibrant and active lifestyle, fostering a welcoming atmosphere for outdoor enthusiasts.

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Centennial stands out for its Centennial Airport, renowned as one of the busiest general aviation airports in the United States. Serving as a hub for private and corporate aviation, it offers a wide range of services and facilities catering to private pilots, corporate jets, and enthusiasts. Its strategic location and state-of-the-art infrastructure make it a favored destination for private aircraft operations, contributing significantly to the region’s aviation landscape.

3. High-tech industry hub

Centennial is known for its thriving high-tech industry, attracting businesses and professionals nationwide. The city is home to diverse technology companies like Arrow Electronics and United Launch Alliance, contributing to its reputation as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship. With a strong focus on technology and innovation, Centennial offers numerous opportunities for career growth and development in the high-tech sector.

4. Craft breweries

Centennial has gained recognition for its craft brewery scene, boasting diverse local breweries crafting unique and flavorful beers. The city’s craft beer culture attracts enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike, offering various tasting rooms and innovative brews that reflect the creativity and passion of Centennial’s brewing community. Whether exploring well-established favorites or discovering new ones, Centennial’s breweries provide an inviting landscape for beer lovers to savor and explore.

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Centennial offers many recreational opportunities, with an extensive network of parks, trails, and open spaces catering to diverse interests. Residents and visitors enjoy access to amenities like the Family Sports Center, which provides ice skating, swimming, and fitness options. At the same time, nearby reservoirs and nature areas offer fishing, boating, and birdwatching. The city’s commitment to recreational facilities ensures an active community, inviting everyone to participate in various activities year-round.

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East Coast hoagie chain is ready to open 2nd Colorado location

The New Jersey-based sub chain said it is expanding to the Western U.S.CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A New Jersey-based sandwich chain is continuing its expansion into Colorado.PrimoHoagies announced it will hold the grand opening of its second Colorado location on Thursday.PrimoHoagies said a ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 9:45 a.m. Thursday with doors opening at 10 a.m. at ...

The New Jersey-based sub chain said it is expanding to the Western U.S.

CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A New Jersey-based sandwich chain is continuing its expansion into Colorado.

PrimoHoagies announced it will hold the grand opening of its second Colorado location on Thursday.

PrimoHoagies said a ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 9:45 a.m. Thursday with doors opening at 10 a.m. at 8170 S. Holly St. in Centennial.

Co-owned by Denver resident and Philadelphia native Bob Tunstall and Philadelphia local Aaron Borstein, the Centennial restaurant will offer the first 100 customers in line on July 27 a free Primo Size Hoagie. For the rest of the day, customers in the rewards program can get a Primo Size Hoagies for $6.99.

"The taste of PrimoHoagies is unlike any other sandwich. Always made fresh to order, with delicious meats and cheeses on an award-winning roll - you can’t get any better than that," Tunstall said. "We can’t wait to introduce the Centennial community to our gourmet Italian specialty sandwiches - or as we call them in Philly, hoagies!"

Originally founded in South Philadelphia in 1992, PrimoHoagies opened its first location in Colorado in May at 6200 Leetsdale Dr.

The company began to franchise in 1999 and now has franchise locations open across Pennsylvania, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Colorado.

PrimoHoagies said a store in Westminster is in the works.

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The casual chain said it is known for its "gourmet hoagies with high-quality meats and cheeses piled high on freshly baked rolls."

PrimoHoagies told 9NEWS in 2021 that it has signed new franchise agreements to open five locations in Denver, part of a 18-restaurant expansion that also includes Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

The chain said this is the first time it has expanded west of the Mississippi. PrimoHoagies currently has more than 100 locations nationally.

"We are incredibly excited and honored to open the first-ever PrimoHoagies in Colorado," said Denver franchisee Chris Maes. "When George and I saw the opportunity to expand this growing brand to the west, we knew it was a great fit for Denver. With ingredients so fresh and high-quality, you can’t get a better hoagie than this - I know our Denver neighbors are excited to get a first taste!"

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Movement Climbing, Yoga, and Fitness Officially Opens in Centennial, CO: Membership Deals, Free Climbing, and More!

Movement is thrilled to announce the official opening of its Centennial, Colorado location on March 30th, 2024, in the heart of Denver's Tech Center!Movement is thrilled to announce the official opening of its Centennial location on March 30th, 2024. Located in the heart of Denver’s Tech Center, this facility promises to be a haven for climbing, yoga, and fitness enthusiasts. Offering state-of-the- art facilities and a vibrant community atmosphere, Movement Centennial will have accessible transit as well as bike and car parking....

Movement is thrilled to announce the official opening of its Centennial, Colorado location on March 30th, 2024, in the heart of Denver's Tech Center!

Movement is thrilled to announce the official opening of its Centennial location on March 30th, 2024. Located in the heart of Denver’s Tech Center, this facility promises to be a haven for climbing, yoga, and fitness enthusiasts. Offering state-of-the- art facilities and a vibrant community atmosphere, Movement Centennial will have accessible transit as well as bike and car parking.

“We are excited to open our doors and introduce the Movement experience to the Centennial neighborhood and South Metro area,” says Kory Stratton, Gym Director at Movement Centennial. “We are eager to bring climbing, yoga, and fitness to this vibrant community, and to have built an incredible team that will be giving their all to grow the community further.”

Movement Centennial is a 41,000 sq. ft. facility that boasts 28,000 sq. ft. of climbing terrain, including 55ft high walls, 160 boulder problems, and 160 routes. Beyond the walls, this new facility features climbing training areas equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, a boutique- style yoga studio, cardio and weight areas complete with Olympic-lifting platforms, a fully- stocked gear shop for all your climbing needs, and modern locker rooms with showers. The facility also offers climbing instruction for beginners and experts alike; yoga and fitness classes for all levels; and after school programs, summer camp and youth teams for kids.

To celebrate opening, Movement Centennial is offering an exclusive discount to new members thru this Sunday, March 31st: 50% off your first three months of membership, or 20% off the first year.

In addition, Movement Centennial invites the community to join them for a weekend of free climbing starting Saturday March 30th through Sunday March 31st. Visitors can expect free climbing access, gear rentals, and introductory classes (subject to availability) all weekend long!

To learn more about Movement Centennial and to sign up for a discounted membership, please visit: https://movementgyms.com/centennial/

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About Movement Gyms

Movement is the largest nationwide community of indoor climbing gyms. Every Movement facility is committed to growing the climbing community through a shared vision to empower personal transformation. Movement gyms feature bouldering, top-roping, lead climbing, and amenities like yoga studios, functional fitness, cardio zones, and climbing gear shops. Each facility caters to participants of all abilities – from competitive athletes to weekend adventurers and families.

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